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Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog

Karl R Blasius

Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog

Karl R. Blasius and, Amelia V. Vetrone, Michael D. Martin ; prepared for NASA Office of Space Science under contract NASW-3208

by Karl R Blasius

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mars (Planet) -- Photographs from space -- Catalogs,
  • Planets -- Exploration -- Catalogs,
  • Stereoplanigraph -- Computer programs -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 3277
    ContributionsVetrone, Amelia V, Martin, Michael D, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, United States. Office of Space Science
    The Physical Object
    Pagination302 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14930517M

      The location of the lander on Viking Orbiter pictures E 11 (NGF Rectilinear) determined from these correlations is line and sample (Fig. 1), about m west of the earlier location. Davies et al. () have used the new location in a revision of the control net of Mars (Davies, a) placing the lander at lat N and long Get this from a library! Viking orbiter views of Mars. [Cary R Spitzer; Viking Orbiter Imaging Team (U.S.); United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.].

    Viking Orbiter 1 Picture Catalog: Revs. C9 - A16 (microfiche) Viking Orbiter 2 Picture Catalog: Revs. D1 - B58 (microfiche) Viking SEDR Support Data, Parts 1 - 4 (microfilm) Viking Orbiter 1 & 2 Images by Quadrangle, Latitude and Longitude (microfilm) Viking Orbiter Mosaic Summary and Index (microfilm) Viking Orbiters Images by. This mosaic is composed of 18 Viking Orbiter images (6 each in red, green, and violet filters), acquired on Septem , during revolution of Viking Orbiter 2. The south pole is located just off the lower left edge of the polar cap, and the 0 degree longitude meridian extends toward the top of .

    Lander activities consisted of measurements by the imaging, meteorology, and XRFS instruments operating in a fully automated manner. Viking Orbiter 2 developed a leak in its propulsion system and lost its attitude control gas. VO2 was turned off on J after orbits around Mars. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter entered a martin orbit on 10 March Aerobraking was used over the next six months to lower the orbit to the x km science orbit (with periapsis over the south pole and apoapsis over the north pole) resulting in 12 sun-synchronous orbits per day.


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Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog by Karl R Blasius Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog / Karl Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog book. Blasius and, Amelia V. Vetrone, Michael D. Martin ; prepared for NASA Office of Space Science under contract NASW [Karl R Blasius; Amelia V Vetrone; Michael D Martin; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Scientific and Technical Information Office. The extremely long mission of the two Viking Orbiter spacecraft produced a wealth of photos of surface features. Many of these photos can be used to form stereo images allowing the student of Mars. The extremely long mission of the two Viking Orbiter spacecraft produced a wealth of photos of surface features.

Many of these photos can be used to form stereo images allowing the student of Mars to examine a subject in three dimensional. This catalog is a technical guide to the use of stereo coverage within the complex Viking imaging data by: 3. Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog - CORE Reader.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: 1. Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog. By M. Martin, K. Blasius, B. Lewis and A.

Vertrone. Abstract. The extremely long mission of the two Viking Orbiter spacecraft produced a wealth of photos of surface features. Many of these photos can be used to form stereo images allowing the student of Mars to examine a subject in three.

Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog The extremely long missions of the two Viking Orbiter spacecraft produced a wealth of photos of surface features. Many of which can be used to form stereo images allowing the earth-bound student of Mars to examine the subject in 3-D.

This catalog is a technical guide to the use of stereo coverage within the. Viking orbiter stereo imaging catalog The extremely long mission of the two Viking Orbiter spacecraft produced a wealth of photos of surface features. Many of these photos can be used to form stereo images allowing the student of Mars to examine a subject in three dimensional.

This catalog is a technical guide to the use of stereo coverage. Inthe Viking 1 orbiter began imaging Mars in unprecedented detail, and by had successfully mosaicked the planet at approximately meters per pixel. Inthe Mars Orbiter Camera onboard the Mars Global Surveyor () also imaged this site with its Wide Angle lens, at around meters per pixel.

Evaluation of Stereo Coverage: Our determination of usable stereo coverage and quantification of its quality closely follows that of Cook et al. [8] for Clementine imagery of the Moon.

To identify Viking Orbiter stereo pairs, we compared all overlapping pairs of images and selected those meeting the following criteria. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA   Viking orbiter views of Mars by Cary R.

Spitzer,Scientific and Technical Information Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. edition, in English. Beginning with Viking 1 and ending with our HiRISE image, this animation documents the historic imaging of a particular site on another world.

Inthe Viking 1 orbiter began imaging Mars in unprecedented detail, and by had successfully mosaicked the planet at.

Viking 1’s orbiter then continued a Survey Mission from July to July The lander continued to return daily (and then eventually weekly) weather reports as part of the Viking Monitor Mission. In Januaryit was renamed the Thomas Mutch Memorial Station in honor of Thomas A.

Mutch () the leader of the Viking imaging team. of Mars Global Surveyor Mars Orbiter Camera on-orbit experience. CTX has been allocated 12% of the total MRO data return, or about 3 terabits for the nominal mission. This data volume would cover 9% of Mars at 6 m/pixel, but overlapping images (for stereo, mosaics, and observation of changes and meteorological events) will reduce this area.

Viking 1 Orbiter:Orbiter Imaging: Stereo Imaging Catalog on Microfiche: Viking 1 Orbiter:Orbiter Imaging Viking 2 Orbiter:Orbiter Imaging: IPL Processed False Color Reconstructed Orbiter Images: Viking 1 Orbiter:Orbiter Imaging: VO1/VO2 Mars IRTM Binned Data and Derived Clouds (V) (PDS) Viking 1 Orbiter:Infrared Thermal Mapper (IRTM).

Viking Lander High Resolution Mosaics, Stereo Images and Range Data Sets - SDDPT; The following are NOT PDS formatted volumes. They were produced by the Science Digital Data Preservation Task by copying data directly off of old, decaying tape media onto more stable CD-WO media.

"The Viking Lander 2 site, with its combination of lander-based and orbiter-based imaging, gives us an important anchor for evaluating the ground roughness and boulder densities at sites where we have only orbital imaging," said Dr. Ray Arvidson of Washington University in St. Louis, chair of NASA's Phoenix Landing Site Working Group.

Catalog of Viking Mission Data. Robert W. Vostreys. May NSSDC/WDC-A-R&S Chemistry. Johnathan Eberhart, Jeff C. Davis Jr., and Ronald P. D'Amelia. November Conclusion of Viking Lander Imaging Investigation. Picture Catalog of Experiment Data Record.

Stephen D. Wall and Teresa C. Ashmore. March NASA Reference Publication   We present two photoclinometric profiles across a trough in the martian northern polar layered terrain.

Complications caused by albedo variations were avoided by using an early springtime Viking image with a thin cover of seasonal CO 2 frost. The topographic profiles were constrained with stereogrammetric elevations derived from summertime Viking images of the same region. The image combines elevation data from the High Resolution Stereo Camera on the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter, image data from the Context Camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and color information from Viking Orbiter imagery.NASA's Viking 1 Orbiter spacecraft photographed this region in the northern latitudes of Mars on J while searching for a landing site for the Viking 2 Lander.

The speckled appearance of the image is due to missing data, called bit errors, caused by problems in transmission of the photographic data from Mars to Earth.ISPRS A Database of Viking Orbiter Image Coverage of Mars for Cartographic and Scientific Use application/pdf 2 MB.

Viking Orbiters 1 and 2 collectively returned more t images of Mars between and Numerous observation sequences with different objectives resulted in an extremely complex and.