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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
[1] The HiRISE camera features a 0.5 m diameter primary mirror, 12 m effective focal length, and a focal plane system that can acquire images containing up to 28 Gb (gigabits) of data in as little asExpand
Thermal evolution of a differentiated Ganymede and implications for surface features
Thermal evolution models are presented for Ganymede, assuming a mostly differentiated initial state of a water ocean overlying a rock layer. The only heat sources are assumed to be primordial heatExpand
Ultrahigh resolution topographic mapping of Mars with MRO HiRISE stereo images: Meter‐scale slopes of candidate Phoenix landing sites
[1] The objectives of this paper are twofold: first, to report our estimates of the meter-to-decameter-scale topography and slopes of candidate landing sites for the Phoenix mission, based onExpand
The rayed crater Zunil and interpretations of small impact craters on Mars
Abstract A 10-km diameter crater named Zunil in the Cerberus Plains of Mars created ∼ 10 7 secondary craters 10 to 200 m in diameter. Many of these secondary craters are concentrated in radialExpand
Voyager 2 at Neptune: Imaging Science Results
Voyager 2 images of Neptune reveal a windy planet characterized by bright clouds of methane ice suspended in an exceptionally clear atmosphere above a lower deck of hydrogen sulfide or ammonia ices.Expand
Observations of periglacial landforms in Utopia Planitia with the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
[1] The region of western Utopia Planitia (80–105°E, 40–55°N) displays several types of landforms similar to Earth periglacial features, including scallop-shaped depressions and networks of polygonalExpand
Observations of Comet 19P/Borrelly by the Miniature Integrated Camera and Spectrometer Aboard Deep Space 1
TLDR
The nucleus of the Jupiter-family comet 19P/Borrelly was closely observed by the Miniature Integrated Camera and Spectrometer aboard the Deep Space 1 spacecraft on 22 September 2001, and Borrelly's coma exhibits two types of dust features: fans and highly collimated jets. Expand
Compositional stratigraphy of clay‐bearing layered deposits at Mawrth Vallis, Mars
Phyllosilicates have previously been detected in layered outcrops in and around the Martian outflow channel Mawrth Vallis. CRISM spectra of these outcrops exhibit features diagnostic of kaolinite,Expand
Eros: Shape, Topography, and Slope Processes
Stereogrammetric measurement of the shape of Eros using images obtained by NEAR's Multispectral Imager provides a survey of the major topographic features and slope processes on this asteroid. ThisExpand
Radar: The Cassini Titan Radar Mapper
The Cassini RADAR instrument is a multimode 13.8 GHz multiple-beam sensor that can operate as a synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) imager, altimeter, scatterometer, and radiometer. The principalExpand
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