Sehaj Posted September 14, 2022 Share Posted September 14, 2022 Hello CRISM Team! I have been using CRISM data for around 2 years and I appreciate the team for providing useful workshops and TRR-V3 data. I am wondering no new workshops have came up for using CRISM data. Recently, I have processed MSP and HSP images (TRDR) of Hellas Planitia region. In HSP dataset, I am getting a lot of bad bands. Though ATP and PHT corrections ignore some bad bands, but after applying these corrections, hsp0002d9a3 is getting worse (Display 2 in screenshot) as there might be more bad bands. Projecting the cube and applying destriping (Display 3 in screenshot) gives unusual results. Similar issues are being faced while processing some other files. Do, I need to spectrally subset good bands individually from each of the files? I am afraid there are lot of bands and many files, so this would be a a bit difficult job. Or else, can I safely ignore this data and try with different observations. Thanks in anticipation! - Sehajpal Singh (Doctoral candidate at IIT Bombay) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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