August 19, 2009
August 19, 2009
To kick off the launch of this journal, I'd like to offer up the first post in order to talk about its motivation and goals we hope to achieve...
My name is Andrew, and I am currently an undergraduate Industrial, Systems and Operations Engineering student at Arizona State University, where LROC operations are based. At LROC, I am currently employed as the web developer. This means I am the person who is primarily responsible for maintaining, developing and making updates and additions to the LROC website (as well as other websites for associated projects).
August 17, 2009
I would like to be the first to welcome you to our new LROC Operations Journal
So what is this journal all about?
This journal will receive regular postings from the LROC team. What do we do? How do we know what to image and when? What do we do with the images once they are on the ground? What is housekeeping data? And many other topics.Read more
August 6, 2009
Head on over to our LRO Live! page to check out videos taken by LROC's narrow-angle-camera (NAC) in high definition format.Read more
July 24, 2009
LROC began performing its star calibrations this week!Read more
July 13, 2009
With bakeout complete, the NACs were reactivated over the weekend to begin systematic calibrations.Read more
July 9, 2009
The LROC NACs are powered down as we complete the final bakeout!Read more
July 6, 2009
We have added more of our favorite images to the LROC Image Gallery!Read more
July 4, 2009
See a spectacular flyover of the lunar surface!Read more
July 3, 2009
LROC has begun commissioning operations!Read more