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Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) Release 1


Susie Slavney
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The first release of data from the Mars Science Laboratory rover, Curiosity, is now online at the PDS Geosciences Node. This release takes place in two parts. Part 1, released February 27, 2013, includes raw data products (EDRs) acquired on sols 0 through 89 (August 6 through November 5, 2012) for these instruments: APXS, ChemCam, DAN, Hazcam, Navcam, and REMS, along with SPICE data.

 

Part 2, to be released March 20, 2013, will included the derived data products (RDRs) for sols 0-89 for the above instruments, along with both EDRs and RDRs for the CheMin and RAD instruments, and RDRs for SAM.

 

Release 1 does not include data from the the MAHLI, MARDI, and Mastcam instruments. These instrument teams have not yet delivered data to PDS.

 

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