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Stratigraphy and geologic history of Mercury
The geologic evolution of Mercury based on the Mariner-10 mission data is discussed. As reconstructed through photogeological analysis of global geologic relations of rock-stratigraphic units,Expand
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The Geology of Multi-ring Impact Basins
This specification is directed to a lightweight hydraulic cement, to the use of lightweight slurries formed by combining this lightweight cement with water, and to lightweight concrete formed by theExpand
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Books-Received - the Geology of Multi-Ring Impact Basins - the Moon and Other Planets
Preface 1. The multi-ring basin problem 2. From crater to basin 3. The 'archetype' basin: Orientale 4. An ancient basin: Nectaris 5. A modified basin: Crisium 6. A transitional basin: Serenitatis 7.Expand
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Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Overview: The Instrument Suite and Mission
Abstract NASA’s Lunar Precursor Robotic Program (LPRP), formulated in response to the President’s Vision for Space Exploration, will execute a series of robotic missions that will pave the way forExpand
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Beginning and end of lunar mare volcanism
Mare volcanism on the Moon is commonly attributed to an important but relatively short-lived epoch of internal heating after 3,900 Myr BP but before about 2,500 Myr BP (refs 1, 2). Although someExpand
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The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Miniature Radio Frequency (Mini-RF) Technology Demonstration
The Miniature Radio Frequency (Mini-RF) system is manifested on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) as a technology demonstration and an extended mission science instrument. Mini-RF represents aExpand
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Distribution and modes of occurrence of lunar anorthosite
[1] We have utilized telescopic near-infrared spectra and multispectral images of the Moon provided by the Galileo and Clementine missions to determine the distribution and modes of occurrence ofExpand
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The Clementine Bistatic Radar Experiment
During the Clementine 1 mission, a bistatic radar experiment measured the magnitude and polarization of the radar echo versus bistatic angle, β, for selected lunar areas. Observations of the lunarExpand
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Volcanism on Mars
More than 15 years of planetary exploration of Mars have given insight into the geologic processes that have shaped its surface. The newly acquired Viking data have shown that volcanism is one of theExpand
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FeO and TiO2 concentrations in the South Pole‐Aitken basin: Implications for mantle composition and basin formation
We use newly developed spectroscopic methods for determining FeO and TiO2 abundances to study the huge (2500 km diameter) South Pole-Aitken basin. The floor of this basin shows iron and titaniumExpand
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