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June 25th, 2017 - MESSENGER Release 16 has been loaded into ODE. This release is the final release from the MESSENGER Project. It includes new derived products, revisions to some previously released products, and new tutorial documents. See ERRATA.TXT in the root directory of each archive volume for details. Updated MESSENGER NS EDR and CDR products from August 12th, 2004 to April 30th, 2015 Updated MESSENGER NS DDR products from March 25th, 2011 to April 30th, 2015 Updated MESSENGER GRS CDR products from August 12th, 2004 to April 30th, 2015 Updated MESSENGER GRS RDR products from March 24th
May 31st, 2016 - MESSENGER Release 15 has been loaded into ODE. This release includes the redelivery of calibrated products created from data acquired through the end of Mercury orbital operations on 30 April 2015, the redelivery of advanced products created from data acquired through 17 March 2014, and the delivery of advanced products created from data acquired through 30 April 2015. New products for this release include additional Mercury maps and digital elevation models (DEMs). The products in this delivery reflect improved calibrations and corrections as well as the incorporation of MESS
Hello everyone, I don't know if this is the rigth place to ask this but i have a problem. I have submit a request on Mercury Data Orbital Explorer for MASCS and MLA Data and it seems that the requested was not fulfilled. I selected an area from Lat:15.26, Long:164.24 to Lat:14.71, Long:163.69 and asked for a RDR MLA which producti id is MLASCIRDR1201220114 and when I extract the data I needed, it turns out there were nothing within the box. So I plotted the track to see if it goes until the box and apparently it stop at Lat: ~34; Long:~350 So i wanted to know if you had any idea about how