Contributors: MRIDUSMITA BURAGOHAIN, Gauri Devi, Amit Pathak
... Supplementary material is provided in support of wavelength and intensity of the bands that are studied in this article.
Data for: Raman and reflectance spectroscopy of serpentinites and related hydrated silicates: Effects of physical properties and observational parameters, and implications for detection and characterization on Mars
Contributors: Edward Cloutis, Daniel Applin, David Hewson, Stanley Mertzman, Paul Mann
... Raman and reflectance spectra of samples included in this paper
Data for: Regional unit definition for the nucleus of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on the SHAP7 model
Contributors: Nicolas Thomas, Ekkehard Kuehrt, Stubbe Faurschou Hviid, Cecilia Tubiana, Panagiotis Theologou, Mohamed Ramy El-Maarry, Stefano Debei, Carsten Guettler, Raphael Marschall, Juan Lopez-Moreno
... .vtk files (compatible with ParaView) for visualizing the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko shape model with the region and sub-region definitions (Thomas et al., 2018, submitted to PSS). The files here are the 125k facet models. Higher resolution models will be upload after acceptance of the paper.
Contributors: Diana Gamborino, Peter Wurz
... Sodium velocity profiles reported by Yakshinskiy and Madey (2000, 2004)
Contributors: Ilia Kuznetsov, Fabrice CIPRIANI, Sergey Popel, Oleg Petrov, Alexander Zakharov, Sergei Kopnin, Gennady Dolnikov, Andrey Lyash, Evgeniy Lisin, Hess Sébastien
... Reports generated from SPIS-Dust software.
Contributors: Petrus Jenniskens, Jim Albers, Dave Samuels, Carl Johannink, J. Andreas Howell, Nick Moskovitz, Jack Collison, Jack Baggaley, Ian Crumpton, Martin Breukers
... CAMS Meteor Shower Look-up Table - Version 2018-1 ========================================== IAU shower number assignments of video-detected meteors (+5 to -5 magnitude) in meteoroid orbit data from:  2010-2016 Cameras for Allsky Meteor Surveillance (CAMS) - this study;  2007-2016 SonotaCo Network Simultaneously Observed Meteor Data Sets (http://sonotaco.jp/doc/SNM/);  2001-2015 European Video Meteor Observation Network (EDMOND) (http://www.daa.fmph.uniba.sk/edmond);  2007-2013 Croatian Meteor Network (http://cmn.rgn.hr/). The list is limited to meteors assigned to showers only, and is used in the near real-time visualization of new CAMS data at: http://cams.seti.org/FDL/ If database is used, please reference: P. Jenniskens, J. Baggaley, I. Crumpton, P. Aldous, P. Pokorny, D. Janches, P. S. Gural, D. Samuels, J. Albers, A. Howell, C. Johannink, M. Breukers, M. Odeh, N. Moskovitz, J. Collison, S. Ganju, 2018. A Survey of Southern Hemisphere Meteor Showers. Planetary and Space Science (in press) EDMOND data are described here: Kornoš L., Koukal J., Piffl R., and Tóth J., 2014a. EDMOND Meteor Database. In Proceedings of the International Meteor Conference, Poznań, Poland, Aug. 22-25, 2013, Eds.: Gyssens M., Roggemans P., Zoladek, P. International Meteor Organization, pp. 23-25. Kornoš L., Matlovič P., Rudawska R., Tóth J., Hajduková M. Jr., Koukal J., and Piffl R., 2014b. Confirmation and characterization of IAU temporary meteor showers in EDMOND database. In: Proceedings of the Meteoroids 2013 Conference, A.M. University, Poznań, Poland, Aug. 26-30, 2013, Eds.: Jopek T.J., Rietmeijer F.J.M., Watanabe J., Williams I.P., pp. 225-233. CMN data are described here: K. Korlević, D. Šegon, Ž. Andreić, F. Novoselnik, D. Vida and I. Skokić, 2013. Croatian Meteor Network Catalogues of Orbits for 2008 and 2009. WGN, the Journal of IMO 41, 48-51. D. Šegon, D. Vida, K. Korlević, Ž. Andreić, 2017. Croatian Meteor Network: Ongoing work 2015 - 2016. Proceedings of the International Meteor Conference, Egmond, the Netherlands, 2-5 June 2016, Eds.: Roggemans, A.; Roggemans, P., ISBN 978-2-87355-030-1, pp. 270-274. Columns: lo = Solar Longitude, ranging from 0 to 360 (degrees, Eq. J2000); l = Sun-centered ecliptic longitude (degrees, J2000), which is ecliptic longitude of the geocentric radiant minus solar longitude; b = Ecliptic latitude of the geocentric radiant (degrees, J2000); Vg = Geocentric velocity at begin of meteor (km/s); IAU = IAU shower number.
Data for: Background and Lunar Neutron Populations Detected by LEND and Average Concentration of Near-Surface Hydrogen Near the Moon’s Poles
Contributors: Timothy Livengood, Anton B. Sanin, TImothy McClanahan, Larry G. Evans, Julia G. Bodnarik, Karl P. Harshman, Gordon Chin, William Boynton, Jao Su, Richard Starr
... This file tabulates neutron leakage flux measurements for data collected by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Lunar Exploration Neutron Detector (LEND) instrument, organized by central latitude and longitude of 3°X3° pixels in cylindrical projection. Data were collected from 15 September 2009 through 31 December 2011. The measurements are reported in a simple ASCII text file. The three LEND detectors reported here are STN3 (Sensor for Thermal Neutrons), SETN (Sensor for Epi-Thermal Neutrons), and CSETN (Collimated Sensor for Epi-Thermal Neutrons). The columns are as follows: LODX = longitude index LADX = latitude index E_long = east longitude at pixel center W_long = west longitude at pixel center lat = latitude STN3 cts = # neutron detections, including corrections for detector sensitivity variation and cosmic ray flux variation STN3 bkd = estimated # neutron detections due to background in detector STN3 sec = total integration time, in seconds SETN cts = # neutron detections, including corrections for detector sensitivity variation and cosmic ray flux variation SETN bkd = estimated # neutron detections due to background in detector SETN sec = total integration time, in seconds CSETNcts = # neutron detections, including corrections for detector sensitivity variation and cosmic ray flux variation CSETNbkd = estimated # neutron detections due to background in detector CSETNsec = total integration time, in seconds, summed over all operating CSETN detector elements alt km = average altitude above lunar surface (selenoid), in km, within this pixel element. Net flux is number of detections minus background, divided by integration time. For CSETN, this will result in flux/detector; multiply by 4 to standardize by LEND reporting for four operational CSETN detector elements. "Background" is actual spacecraft background plus out-of-band neutron flux. For STN3, out of band flux includes epithermal neutrons, derived from SETN detector. For SETN, out of band flux includes thermal neutrons derived from STN3 detector (minimal contribution). For CSETN, only background is subtracted, no out of band contribution.
Contributors: Alexey Berezhnoy, Alejandro Palma, Andrey Stolyarov, Jonathan Santos, Lourdes Sandoval, Jiři Borovička, Juan F Rivas-SIlva
... Franck-Condon factors of CaO orange bands
Data for: Geological characterization of the three high-priority landing sites for the Luna-Glob mission
Contributors: Mikhail Ivanov, H. Hiesinger, N.E. Demidiv, A. A. Kohanov, S. S. Krasilnikov, Evgeniya Guseva, A. T. Basilevsky, James Head
... List of impact craters counted in the Lina-Glob landing ellipses