Sarah R. Lundeen

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  • J W Head, C Pieters, J Boardman, B Burratti, L Cheek, R Clark +19 others
  • 2009
Introduction: Almost all lunar multi-ringed impact basins have been eroded by impacts or filled by mare volcanism. One multi-ringed basin, Orientale, remains largely unfilled by mare volcanism and offers substantial clues to the nature of basin forming events and their early evolution. The Orientale basin (~930 km in diameter) (Fig. 1), the youngest (~3.82(More)
The search for water on the surface of the anhydrous Moon had remained an unfulfilled quest for 40 years. However, the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1 has recently detected absorption features near 2.8 to 3.0 micrometers on the surface of the Moon. For silicate bodies, such features are typically attributed to hydroxyl- and/or water-bearing(More)
This study was designed to determine the magnitude of plantar pressures during level walking in comparison to other activities. These activities included climbing up stairs, going down stairs, a simple pivot while walking, and a crossover pivot while walking in normal individuals. Twelve volunteers, six men and six women, mean age 28 years, served as(More)
Introduction: India's Chandrayaan-1 successfully launched October 22, 2008 and went into lunar orbit a few weeks later. Commissioning of instruments began in late November and was near complete by the end of the year. Initial data for NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M 3) were acquired across the Orientale Basin and the science results are discussed here. M 3(More)
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