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Astronomy & Space Science
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Title from web screen (viewed Dec. 7, 2000). Geological Survey open-file report, 00-374.

Title from web screen (viewed Dec.

Open-File Report 00-374. Central Valles Marineris DOC (40 kB). Microsoft Word document that gives geographic information about the image. Pubs Warehouse OFR 00-374.

Description Mars;Valles Marineris. Additional Online Files (Y/N).

Readme; Central Valles Marineris: TXT; Central Valles Marineris: DOC; 2 Photos; 2 World files. Mars;Valles Marineris.

These images were processed from a raw format using Integrated Software for Images and Spectrometers (ISIS) to perform radiometric corrections and projection. All the images were projected in sinusoidal using a center longitude of 0 degrees

These images were processed from a raw format using Integrated Software for Images and Spectrometers (ISIS) to perform radiometric corrections and projection. All the images were projected in sinusoidal using a center longitude of 0 degrees. Both mosaics are ArcView-ArcInfo(2) ready in TIF format with associated world files . fw).

Central Valles Marineris book. Imprint from transmittal sheet.

Both mosaics are ArcView-ArcInfo ready in TIF format with associated world files . These images were processed from a raw format using Integrated Software for Images and Spectrometers (ISIS) to perform radiometric corrections and projection.

MOC operated in Mars orbit between September 1997 and November 2006.

The Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) science investigation used 3 instruments: a narrow angle camera that obtained grayscale (black-and-white) high resolution images (typically . to 12 m per pixel) and red and blue wide angle cameras for context (240 m per pixel) and daily global imaging (. km per pixel). MOC operated in Mars orbit between September 1997 and November 2006. It returned more than 240,000 images spanning portions of . Martian years. Launch: 7 November 1996. Mars Orbit Insertion: 12 September 1997. Last Contact: 2 November 2006. MOC Images (and other Mars images) with Captions.

central valles marineris: uncontrolled mars global surveyor (mgs) mars .

central valles marineris: uncontrolled mars global surveyor (mgs) mars orbital camera (moc) digital context photomosaic (250 m/pixel resolution) author: guest. This CD-ROM is comprised of photographs taken by the Mars Orbital Camera from the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft. using mars orbital camera dust devil observations to develop schemes for representing dust devils in mars general circulation models. Stereo images from the Mars Orbital Camera on the orbiting Mars Global Surveyor were used to create this 3-D map.

Mosaic of the Valles Marineris hemisphere of Mars projected into point perspective, a view similar to that which one would see from a spacecraft. The distance is 2500 kilometers from the surface of the planet, with the scale being. The mosaic is composed of 102 Viking Orbiter images of Mars. The center of the scene (lat -8, long 78) shows the entire Valles Marineris canyon system, over 2000 kilometers long and up to 8 kilometers deep, extending form Noctis Labyrinthus, the arcuate system of graben to the west, to the chaotic terrain to the east.

PDF Cartographic products of the Martian trough system, Valles Marineris, are useful to identify the diversity and . A geomorphological map of Ius Chasma in western Valles Marineris is presented. The map is published in three sheets at 1:260,000.

PDF Cartographic products of the Martian trough system, Valles Marineris, are useful to identify the diversity and complexity of geological activity. It was drawn on the basis of 100 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s Context Camera images of 12 m/pixel resolution, mosaiced using the USGS ISIS Planetary Image Processing Software, and subsequently mapped and interpreted for geomorphology in ArcGIS.