A full, uncompressed image would take 44 minutes to send down to the ground.
This allows for full image and text variability within a printed book.
The full image of each telescope has about 300 resolution elements across its diameter.
The planet presents a small "full" image when it is on the opposite side of the Sun.
This requires the audience to use its imagination in constructing the full image.
But even then, you can just make your own installer out of the full image.
I too was anxious to see a full image of the only ships in the Cluster besides our own.
The 70 mm transparencies should show the entire 'full' image.
As the ship drew closer to the planet, the display could no longer hold the full image of the world.
As the full images shows below, almost everyone can classify it easily.