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Jennifer Ward

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  1. Release 49 from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission includes new data for CRISM, SHARAD, and Gravity/Radio Science. The data are online at pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/mro.
  2. The Mercury Space Weathering Maps bundle is released. This bundle is composed of 6 space weathering maps representing the abundance in weight percent of four different particle types, derived using the radiative transfer model with the VIRS data from the MESSENGER mission. The maps were generated by David Trang, University of Hawaii, and funded by the NASA Discovery Data Analysis Program (DDAP).
  3. This is the eleventh release of CRISM MTRDR and TER data products. In addition, the volumes MROCR_2101 and MROCR_2102 are updated with new TRDR browse and extras data products.
  4. Release 20 from the Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) mission includes new data for APXS, ChemCam, CheMin, DAN, and SAM. The data are online at pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/msl.
  5. Release 37 of Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data is now online at the Geosciences Node. This release includes new data acquired between September 15, 2018, and December 14, 2018, for most data sets. Data can be reached from the Geosciences Node LRO page. The Lunar Orbital Data Explorer allows searching and downloading of LRO data.
  6. Release 48 from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission includes new data for CRISM and Gravity / Radio Science. The data are online at pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/mro. SHARAD data are delayed and will be posted as soon as they are available.
  7. Release 47 from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission includes new data for CRISM, SHARAD, and Gravity / Radio Science. The data are online at pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/mro.
  8. This is the tenth release of CRISM MTRDR and TER data products. In addition, the volumes MROCR_2101 and MROCR_2102 are updated with new TRDR browse and extras data products.
  9. Gene, The detector temperature requirement for IR delivery to the PDS is < -145.45C. 243D0_07 is higher than that limit. MRO:DETECTOR_TEMPERATURE = -143.586 I will contact you by email to discuss this matter further. Jennifer
  10. Mars Odyssey Release 65 includes new raw data (EDR), Derived Neutron Data (DND), and Derived HEND Data (DHD) products covering the period January 1 through March 31, 2018. Averaged Neutron Data (AND) and Averaged HEND Data (AHD) products cover the period January 26 to April 26, Ls 120 to Ls 165 in year 09. The data are online at the PDS Geosciences Node at http://pds-geoscienc...dyssey/grs.html.
  11. Shyam, I have forwarded your questions to the PDS Imaging Node, and will post their response as soon as I receive it. Thanks, Jennifer
  12. Gene, I have forwarded your question to the CRISM team and will get back to you shortly. Thank you, Jennifer
  13. Shyam, The definition for emission angle in ODE is correct. The image where the craters look circular has the same value for scaled pixel width and height. The other image has a scaled pixel width that is twice that of the pixel height making the craters look elliptical. You can verify this by following the link in ODE to the team site and viewing the metadata there (see attached images). This metadata is also provided in the index table of the PDS archive. Please let us know if you have any more questions. PDS Geosciences Node
  14. Data from Release 57 of the Mars Exploration Rover mission are now online at the PDS Geosciences Node. This release includes APXS, Atmospheric Opacity, Microscopic Imager, Navcam, Pancam, RAT, and Rover Motion Counter data from sols 4951 through 5040 for the Opportunity rover.
  15. Field photographs of Amboy Crater, CA have been restored. This bundle contains a digitization of photographs taken in February 1976 by Drs. Ronald Greeley and James Iversen during field research at Amboy Crater in the Mojave Desert of southeastern California. The photographs are currently housed at the Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies (RGCPS), at the Arizona State University (ASU) Regional Planetary Information Facility (RPIF). The data were provided by David Williams (ASU) and archived by the PDS Geosciences Node.
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