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Mars Express: HRSC

August 20, 2015. New radiometrically calibrated (version 3) data have been added, with coverage through July 8, 2005.

The HRSC (High/Super Resolution Stereo Colour Imager) is a stereoscopic camera that photographs the Martian surface to reveal detail as small as 2 m. The images are used to produce a geological map showing the location of different minerals and rock types. The HRSC Principal Investigator is Ralf Jaumann, DLR, Ralf.Jaumann@dlr.de.

The primary source for HRSC data is the ESA Planetary Science Archive.

Through a cooperative agreement between ESA and NASA, the PDS Geosciences Node is hosting copies of the HRSC data archives. The PDS Imaging Node also has copies.

Copy of HRSC data at the PDS Geosciences Node

Radiometrically Calibrated Image Data, version 3 January 1, 2004 through July 8, 2005
Radiometrically Calibrated Image Data, version 2 January 1, 2004 through June 30, 2014
Map Projected Image Data January 1, 2004 through June 30, 2014
HRSC Orthophoto and DTM data January 1, 2004 through February 12, 2009

Version 2 of the radiometrically calibrated images will remain online for six months after the complete version 3 has been released.

More information about HRSC is on the HRSC web site.

Online Tools

Mars Orbital Data Explorer - Provides search, display, and download  tools for this data set.
  HRSCview Data Explorer - Online visualization tool provided by the HRSC Science Team that allows a user to view regions of interest in HRSC images at full resolution without downloading the products.

August 20, 2015. New radiometrically calibrated (version 3) data have been added, with coverage through July 8, 2005.

 August 10, 2015. New radiometrically calibrated (version 3) data have been added, with coverage through February 18, 2005.

July 21, 2015. New radiometrically calibrated (version 3) data have been added, with coverage through September 30, 2004.

July 14, 2015. New radiometrically calibrated (version 3) data have been added, with coverage through May 13, 2004.

June 5, 2015. A new version (V3) of the HRSC radiometrically calibrated data set is being released by the team. It features improved radiometric calibration based on inflight calibration measurements. The older version (V2) will remain available for six months after the complete version 3 data are released.

February 20, 2014. New Radiometrically Calibrated data are available, extending the coverage through orbit 13323, June 30, 2014.

February 17, 2014. New Map Projected data are available, extending the coverage through orbit 13323, June 30, 2014.

August 12, 2014. New Radiometrically Calibrated and Map Projected data are available, extending the coverage through orbit 12707, December 31, 2013.

June 11, 2014. New DTM data are available through orbit 6567, February 12, 2009.

 

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