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Clementine - A Return to the Moonhttp://astrogeology.usgs.gov/missions/clementine
USGS cartographers used data and images from the Clementine spacecraft, relying on four cameras (UVVIS 415-1000nm; NIR 1100-2789 nm; HI-RES 415-750 nm; LWIR 9 microns) to map the moon. Using the…
Moon Control Networkshttp://astrogeology.usgs.gov/maps/control-networks/moon
Lunar Orbiter Lunar Control Network 2004 The USGS worked to digitize and restore a global set of Lunar Orbiter images and to assemble this into a global digital Lunar Orbiter mosaic of the Moon. A…
Moon Pyroclastic Volcanism Projecthttp://astrogeology.usgs.gov/geology/moon-pyroclastic-volcanism-project
Project Overview The goal of this research project is to advance our understanding of pyroclastic volcanism on the Moon using remote sensing data, primarily the high-spatial-resolution (~100 m/pixel)…
Moon Clementine NIR Global Maphttp://astrogeology.usgs.gov/maps/moon-clementine-near-ir-global-map
Background In May and June of 1994, the NASA/DoD Clementine Mission acquired global, 11-band, multispectral data of the lunar surface using the ultraviolet-visible (UVVIS) and near-infrared (NIR)…
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Lunar Clementine NIR Empirical Calibration 500mapplication/isis 2 GB
This mosaic represents a reduced-resolution version of the empirical calibration Clementine near-infrared (NIR) mosaic processed to 500 m/pixel spatial resolution as an ISIS cube (70° N to 70° S).
Lunar Clementine NIR Standard Calibration 500mapplication/isis 2 GB
This mosaic represents a reduced-resolution version of the standard calibration Clementine near-infrared (NIR) mosaic processed to 500 m/pixel as an ISIS cube (70° N to 70° S).