The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M 3 ) on Chandrayaan-1

@inproceedings{Pieters2009TheMM,
  title={The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M 3 ) on Chandrayaan-1},
  author={Carle M. Pieters and Joseph W. Boardman and Bonnie J. Buratti and Alok Chatterjee and Roger Nelson Clark and Tom Glavich and Robert O. Green and James W. Head and Peter J. Isaacson and Erick R. Malaret and Thomas M. McCord and John F. Mustard and Noah E. Petro and Cassandra Runyon and Matthew Staid and J. M. Sunshine and Lawrence A. Taylor and Stefanie Tompkins and Padma Prabodh Varanasi and Mary Katherine T. White},
  year={2009}
}
3 is an imaging spectrometer that operates from the visible into the near-infrared (0.42-3.0 μm) where highly diagnostic mineral absorption bands occur. Over the course of the mission M 3 will provide low resolution spectro- scopic data for the entire lunar surface at 140 m/pixel (86 spectral channels) to be used as a base-map and high spectral resolution science data (80 m/pixel; 260 spectral channels) for 25-50% of the surface. The de- tailed mineral assessment of different lunar terrains… CONTINUE READING

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