2 edition of Photometric properties of selected lunar features found in the catalog.
Photometric properties of selected lunar features
Boeing Company. Space Division. Guidance and Control Technology.
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; for sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. in Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||by R. W. Shorthill [and others.|
|Series||NASA contractor report, NASA CR-1429, NASA contractor report ;, NASA CR-1429.|
|Contributions||Shorthill, R. W., Boeing Scientific Research Laboratories., Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TL521.3.C6 A3 no. 1429|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 405 p.|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||77604664|
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Photometric properties of selected lunar features. Washington] National Aeronautics and Space Administration; for sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.
 (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. Highlights We derived lunar photometric correction parameters for wavelengths – μm.
We obtained different parameter sets for three albedo groups. The parameters cover solar phase angles between 5° and 85°.
An additional correction method for high latitude regions was investigated. The lunar high latitude regions have bluer spectra than the other by: Cambridge Core - Planetary Science and Astrobiology - Introduction to Planetary Photometry - by Michael K. Shepard Please note, due to essential maintenance online purchasing will be unavailable between and (BST) on 24th February Cited by: 3.
Photometric Analysis of the Apollo Landing Sites. indicating that these lunar surface features are not erased on the order of decades. (, Photometric Properties of Selected Lunar. A more advanced chapter reviews in short detail lunar photometric measurements of the albedo of various small selected lunar features.
Another list labels colormetic backgrounds of additional lunar areas. A hand hand-drawn map is included near the end. A small easy to read book any lunar afectiaudo would be happy to have. Photometric roughness parameter ∆I Cumulative number of particles N per 10 4 m 2 Surveyor I, III, V, VI, VII Lunokhod 1, 2 Lunar Orbiter II Apo 12, 15 Comparison of the local thorium content and the photometric roughness parameter S-V S-VII LKH-2 A S-I LKH-1 LO-II S-VI A S-III 0 4 6 8 10 Photometric.
The Lavoisier lunar crater (°W, °N, Fig. 1) is located at the western edge of Oceanus Procellarum. It is a large old pre-Nectarian crater, 70 km in diameter and km deep (Kaydash et.
photometric properties of the lunar maria are nt to produce an exact solution but with an inherent practical difficulty. The resulting equations are then specialized to the case of lunar photography and applied to the Ranger pictures as part of a digital processing procedure.
Examples of the resulting. A preliminary determination has been made of the photometric properties of the lunar surface from high–resolution pictures received from the Surveyor I spacecraft.
Several target areas were chosen at selected locations around the spacecraft, and photometric measurements were taken with the television camera throughout the lunar day.
Surveyor I data agree within ±20% with the terrestrially. Introduction. Photometry is the study of the reflectance properties of a surface as a function of illumination and viewing geometry.
The amount of light reflected by a surface is dependent on incidence (i, the angle between the direction of the illumination source and the surface normal), emission (e, the angle between the direction to the detector and the surface normal), and phase (α Author: Deborah Domingue, Eric Palmer, Robert Gaskell, Matt Staid.
Disturbed lunar regolith has distinctly different photometric properties than undisturbed regolith. Properties such as composition, grain size and size distribution, grain shapes, glass and Fe 0 contents, and structure (fine-scale layering or "fairy-castle" forms) determine how light is reflected from the surface.
Photometry can be used to extract this information from regions with different. Physical Properties of the Lunar Surface Particle Size Distribution The particle size distribution in an unconsolidated material, such as lunar soil, is a variable that controls to various degrees the strength and compressibility of the material, as well as its optical, thermal, and seismic properties (Carrier, ).
Particle size. This investigation deals with accurate photometric data concerning a number of rays of Tycho, Copernicus, Kepler, and Aristarchus. They have been derived from plates taken at the Yerkes Observatory in a night of a total lunar eclipse near phase angle 0°. By comparing the normal albedo with that of the surroundings of the rays we found that they can be interpreted as samples of telescopically Cited by: 5.
The photometry of the Moon gives us some information about the properties of the lunar surface. The photometric uniformity of the lunar surface as a scattering screen is determined by the shadow phenomena on small irregularities due to the dust layer covering the whole surface. A small component of light (Cited by: 5.
The most detailed map of Neptune's moon Triton. Full resolution available here. Image credits: data from Voyager 2 (NASA/JPL), processed by Paul Schenk/Lunar & Planetary Institute.
Astronomy & Astrophysics manuscript no. aa c ESO Septem Gaia Data Release 1 Summary of the astrometric, photometric, and survey properties. Reflectance and emittance spectroscopy are increasingly important tools in remote sensing and have been employed in most recent planetary spacecraft missions.
They are primarily used to measure properties of disordered materials, especially in the interpretation of remote observations of the surfaces of the Earth and other terrestrial : Bruce Hapke. Farouk El-Baz () was born in Zagazig, Egypt.
He received a B.S. in Chemistry and Geology in from Ain Shams University, Cairo. In he came to the United States, where he earned an M.S. in geology at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy in and a Ph.D.
in geology at the University of Missouri in A photometric function for analysis of lunar images in the visual and infrared based on Moon Mineralogy Mapper observations M. Hicks,1 B. Buratti,1 J.
Nettles,2 M. Staid,3 J. Sunshine,4 C. Pieters,2 S. Besse,4 and J. Boardman5 Received 31 August ; revised 22 December ; accepted 9 February ; published 16 June Most space books are filled with stories of astronauts, missions and adventure.
Good. That's what we want. Butpeople were involved in the Apollo program and only 12 of them walked on the moon. This book tells the industrial, management and engineering story behind the lunar module and its a fascinating read and a new light on the whole Cited by: 6.
We will use one physical map and two websites for this lab. The lunar map is the ‘’Lunar Card’’. This has a selection of particularly interesting lunar features chosen by lunar scientist Charles A.
Wood. The Lunar Card can serve both as a Moon map as well as a finder chart to be used at the telescope. There are two websites. Limited edition high-resolution eBook of the original printed book titled, “ULOs – Unidentified Lunar Objects Revealed in NASA Photography” published by Allan Sturm in .Measurement of Properties of the Lunar Surface Using the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment on the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Ian Thomas Second Year Report Lincoln College Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics University of Oxford August Supervised by .