Data for: A small lunar swirl and its implications for the formation of the Reiner Gamma magnetic anomaly

Published: 2 November 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kfrhxy62h5.1
Jung-Kyu Lee, Ho Jin, Omid Ghassemi, Rachel Maxwell, Hyojeong Lee, Seul-Min Baek, Ian Garrick-Bethell, Megan Kelley, Seongwhan Lee, Khan-Hyuk Kim


LVL 0 magnetometer data product description: The data is given in 24 hour frames with the decimal DOY (day of year) as the title, and is further split into half orbits, exploiting the nearly polar orbit of the LP spacecraft. Each struct contains the following: Col 1: LP LVL0 magnetometer data and position array (data)* Col 2: start of half-orbit in julian-time (jdstart) Col 3: end of half-orbit in julian-time (jdstop) Col 4: start of half-orbit in decimal doy (doystart) Col 5: end of half-orbit in decimal doy (doystop) Col 6: longitude at equator crossing (eqlon) * The description for the mag data arrays is as follows: Col 1: julian date Col 2: decimal doy Col 3: B_x (nT) Col 4: B_y (nT) Col 5: B_z (nT) Col 6: |B| (field magnitude) (nT) Col 7: julian date corresponding to spacecraft position/trajectory (Col 8-12)(redundant) Col 8: radius of spacecraft relative to fixed lunar center (km) Col 9: spacecraft translational velocity (km/s) Col 10: latitude (deg) Col 11: longitude (deg) Col 12: altitude (km)



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