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Lunar orbiter digitization and cartographic processing

December 19, 2001

Digitization and cartographic processing of 5 Lunar Orbiter (LO) IV frames (109H, 110H, 114H, 115H, and 114M) are now complete, and these data are available online at Coverage ofthese data extends from Eratosthenes crater on the west to Mare Serenitatis in the east, and from Aristoteles crater in the north to Rima Hyginus in the south. Geologic features in this area encompass a wide variety of lunar units, processes, and ages, and they include parts of the Apennine Mountains, the KREEP-rich Apennine Bench Formation, Rima Bode pyroclastics (Figure 1), Mare Vaporum, Sulpicius Gallus, and the Imbrium basin ejecta southeast of the basin rim. These data products demonstrate our capability for digitizing and cartographically processing the LO data.

Citation Information

Publication Year 2001
Title Lunar orbiter digitization and cartographic processing
Authors Lisa R. Gaddis, Tammy L. Becker, Tracie L. Sucharski, A. Gitlin, Randolph L. Kirk, Elpitha Howington-Kraus
Publication Type Conference Paper
Publication Subtype Conference Paper
Index ID 70201658
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Astrogeology Science Center

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