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Previous missions have imaged active plumes at Io and Enceladus, as well as outgassing by cometary nuclei. It is often difficult to predict where and when these transient events will occur, so characterizing them requires collecting long image sequences with many redundant frames. This demands a prohibitive fraction of the spacecraft's limited cache and bandwidth, and precludes sustained surveys of plume activity. Onboard processing could enable long-term plume monitoring campaigns with highdoi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.11.006 fatcat:wbksujw75bhkjmlkaazzr2vozy