3Benjamin T Greenhagen
2B T Greenhagen
2Ian R Thomas
2Michael B Wyatt
2Carlton C Allen
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We obtained direct global measurements of the lunar surface using multispectral thermal emission mapping with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment. Most lunar terrains have spectral signatures that are consistent with known lunar anorthosite and basalt compositions. However, the data have also revealed the presence of highly(More)
  • Kerri L Donaldson Hanna, Michael B Wyatt, Ian R Thomas, Neil E Bowles, Benjamin T Greenhagen, Alessandro Maturilli +11 others
  • 2012
[1] We present new laboratory thermal infrared emissivity spectra of the major silicate minerals identified on the Moon measured under lunar environmental conditions and evaluate their application to lunar remote sensing data sets. Thermal infrared spectral changes between ambient and lunar environmental conditions are characterized for the first time over(More)
Images of surface volatiles in Mercury's polar craters acquired by the Email alerting services articles cite this article to receive free e-mail alerts when new www.gsapubs.org/cgi/alerts click Subscribe to subscribe to Geology official positions of the Society. citizenship, gender, religion, or political viewpoint. Opinions presented in this publication do(More)
  • Carlton C Allen, Benjamin T Greenhagen, Kerri L Donaldson, Hanna, David A Paige, C C Allen +3 others
  • 2012
[1] Thermal infrared reflectance spectra of rock-forming minerals include a prominent minimum near 8 mm, known as the " Christiansen feature " (CF). The inflection point wavelength is sensitive to the degree of polymerization of silicates, which is strongly influenced by major cations – notably iron – in the minerals. Laboratory spectra of lunar soils(More)
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