Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera

LROC 33rd PDS Data Release

The 33rd LROC Planetary Data System release includes NAC and WAC images acquired between 2017-09-16 to 2017-12-15. This release contains 58,918 EDR images - totaling  9.2 TBytes, and 58,918 CDR images - totaling  17.2 TBytes.

The LROC Team also released several new RDR products:

This update includes four (4) new NAC DTMS: NAC_DTM_THEOPHILUS4, NAC_DTM_OPNHEIMRE, NAC_DTM_OPNHEIMRE1, NAC_DTM_OPNHEIMRE2

Two (2) new NAC ROIs: NAC_ROI_LCSAUTMNLOA, NAC_ROI_MARIUS__LOF

One (1) new shapefile: SHAPEFILE_CONTROLLED_MOSAICS

Three (3) updated shapefiles: SHAPEFILE_FEATURED_MOSAICS, SHAPEFILE_NAC_DTMS, SHAPEFILE_STEREO_OBSERVATIONS

A replacement WAC Colorshade with a new color profile: WAC_CSHADE

and removes two (2) WAC Color test products that have been superseded by the newer WAC color products: WAC_COLOR_E235S1590, WAC_COLOR_E300S0975

Please review the RDR volume ERRATA.TXT file for complete information on what changed with the volume during this release.

To date, the LROC Team has delivered 2,285,580 EDRs (totaling 334 TBytes),  2,265,650 CDRs (totaling 616 TBytes), and 28,747 derived (RDR) data products (totaling 6.7 TBytes) to the NASA Planetary Data System. The current RDR collection is comprised of: NAC DTMs, NAC ROI Mosaics, NAC North/South Polar Mosaics, WAC Global Morphology mosaic, WAC Monthly Global mosaics; WAC DTM, WAC Color Shade, WAC Empirically Normalized Nearly Global mosaic, WAC 7-band color mosaics (regional area),  and WAC ROI mosaics. The RDR dataset also includes the following products in the EXTRAS directory: NAC Anaglyphs, Mare and Lobate Scarp Shapefiles. The LROC Team has also released a PDF formated NAC Stereo Catalog that contains all NAC pair and triplet observations that can be used for generating Digital Terrain Models. The complete LROC PDS archive can be accessed via the URL:

http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/data

One can also search for specific images or mosaic products using the LROC WMS Browse interface. Also, please be sure and try out our Quickmap interface!


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