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A global solution for the Mars static and seasonal gravity, Mars orientation, Phobos and Deimos masses, and Mars ephemeris
Abstract With the collection of six years of MGS tracking data and three years of Mars Odyssey tracking data, there has been a continual improvement in the JPL Mars gravity field determination. ThisExpand
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Mars high resolution gravity fields from MRO, Mars seasonal gravity, and other dynamical parameters
Abstract With 2 years of tracking data collection from the MRO spacecraft, there is noticeable improvement in the high frequency portion of the spherical harmonic Mars gravity field. The new JPL MarsExpand
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The JPL lunar gravity field to spherical harmonic degree 660 from the GRAIL Primary Mission
[1] The lunar gravity field and topography provide a way to probe the interior structure of the Moon. Prior to the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission, knowledge of the lunarExpand
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Characterizing and navigating small bodies with imaging data
Stereophotoclinometry can be used to map small bodies with high-resolution topography/albedo maps of varying resolution. Expand
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An improved JPL Mars gravity field and orientation from Mars orbiter and lander tracking data
Abstract The Mars gravity field resolution is mostly determined by the lower altitude Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) tracking data. With nearly four years of additional MRO and Mars OdysseyExpand
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Gravity field of Mars: A 75th Degree and Order Model
Radiometric tracking data collected by NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN) for Mariner 9, Viking 1 and 2 orbiters, and Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) have been analyzed to determine the gravity field ofExpand
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An Improved 360 Degree and Order Model of Venus Topography
We present an improved 360 degree and order spherical harmonic solution for Venus' topography. The new model uses the most recent set of Venus altimetry data with spacecraft positions derived from aExpand
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New constraints on Mars rotation determined from radiometric tracking of the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover
Abstract The Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover remained stationary between January and May 2012 in order to conserve solar energy for running its survival heaters during martian winter. WhileExpand
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High-resolution lunar gravity fields from the GRAIL Primary and Extended Missions
The resolution and accuracy of the lunar spherical harmonic gravity field have been dramatically improved as a result of the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission. From the PrimaryExpand
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The topography and gravity of Mare Serenitatis: implications for subsidence of the mare surface
Abstract The long wavelength topography of Mare Serenitatis was analyzed using topographic data obtained by the Clementine laser ranging instrument (LIDAR). The topography shows that the lowestExpand
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