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Lunar Prospector Gamma Ray Spectrometer and Neutron Spectrometer Reduced Data

This archive contains Lunar Prospector Gamma Ray Spectrometer (GRS) and Neutron Spectrometer (NS) corrected spectra. 

Click on the links to view files and directories in the data set. See below to download the data set with FTP.

Online Data

Use the links for direct access to any part of volume LP_2xxx.

root directory Top level of data set
aareadme.txt Introduction to the archive
catalog directory Contains descriptions of the mission, spacecraft, instruments, and data sets, along with a reference bibliography
document directory Contains a document describing the GRS and NS data files
grs directory Contains GRS data files and their detached PDS labels
index directory Contains an index table that lists every product in the archive
ns directory Contains NS data files and their detached PDS labels

Downloading with FTP

To download the entire data set or parts of it with FTP, use this URL:

Online Tools

Lunar Orbital Data Explorer (ODE) - Provides search, display, and download  tools for this data set.

Data Set Producer

The GRS and NS data files were produced by David Lawrence, Los Alamos National Laboratory. The archive was assembled by Edward Guinness and Susan Slavney, PDS Geosciences Node, Washington University.   Please direct any questions and comments to the PDS Geosciences Node,


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