Astrogeology Science Center

The Imaging Node Data Archive Exceeds 400 Terabytes
The Imaging Node Data Archive Exceeds 400 Terabytes
The Imaging Node Provides Data for the Science Community and the General Public
The Imaging Node Provides Data for the Science Community and the General Public
The USGS Astrogeology Science Center is host to the lead science component of the Imaging Node of the NASA Planetary Data System (PDS). A partner facility at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) provides engineering support and technical management for the Imaging Node. The Imaging Node is a PDS science node that archives over 400 TB in a growing collection of image and ancillary data from greater than 20 past and present planetary missions. The Node provides to the NASA planetary science community the digital image archives, necessary ancillary data sets, software tools, and technical expertise necessary to fully utilize the vast collection of digital planetary imagery. Click on the links to the right to view the many Imaging Node data and services.