This is a very simple Java program that I have written to create orthgraphic images of the lunar surface using the Clementine Mosaic basemap.
The program allows one to specify the latitude and longitude where the image is to be centered. It also allows for a diameter from this center to be specified so that only the portion of the image one wishes to see is created.
The very first thing you will need to do is ensure that you have installed the Java Advanced Imaging (JAI) API. After this simply download the Clementine TIFF image and the jar file and one can begin to run the program. e.g.
What do the variables mean? (in order of the command above..)
The larger the baseimg_size, the higher the final resolution, however the smaller the increment required to fill the image. There is of course a trade off in terms of performance when creating very large images with a small increment size.
I created this software to produce images of craters from the Clementine mosaic. Here is an example of tycho crater.