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Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Mission

November 22, 2021. Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Release 2 includes raw, calibrated, and derived data from sols 90 through 179, May 21 through August 21, 2021, for all the instruments listed below. Follow the links to each PDS archive and read the Release Notes for details.

The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover was launched July 17, 2020, and landed in Jezero Crater on February 18, 2021.

Science data from Perseverance's suite of instruments is now released three times a year by PDS. See the complete release schedule below.

Instruments and Archive Bundles

Instruments PDS Bundles
Engineering Cameras - Front and rear stereo Hazcams, stereo Navcams Engineering Cameras Bundles at the PDS Imaging Node
EDLCam - Entry-Descent-Landing Camera Audio and Video EDLCam Bundles at the PDS Imaging Node
Helicam - Helicopter Cameras Helicam Bundles at the PDS Imaging Node
Mastcam-Z - Mast Zoom Camera Mastcam-Z Bundles at the PDS Imaging Node
MEDA - Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer MEDA Bundle at the PDS Atmospheres Node
MOXIE - Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment MOXIE Bundle at the PDS Atmospheres Node
PIXL - Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry PIXL Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node
RIMFAX - Radar Imager for Mars Subsurface Exploration RIMFAX Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node
SHERLOC - Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman and Luminescence for Organics and Chemicals SHERLOC Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node
SuperCam - LIBS, Raman, Time-Resolved Fluorescence, VIS/IR, RMI SuperCam Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node
Other Archives PDS Bundles
Mission Bundle - documents and other products relevant to all Mars 2020 archives Mission Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node
Rover Bundle - PLACES, targets, and science intent databases Rover Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node [Coming in a later release]
ImgOps Bundle - Images from PIXL/MCC, SHERLOC/ACI, SHERLOC/WATSON, and SuperCam/RMI cameras ImgOps Bundle at the PDS Imaging Node
Returned Sample Science Returned Sample Science Bundle at the PDS Geosciences Node [Coming in a later release]
SPICE - Observation geometry and ancillary data SPICE Bundle at the PDS NAIF Node

Tools

MSL ANB Mars 2020 Analyst's Notebook  - This PDS Geosciences Node tool provides access to Perseverance data in the context of mission operations -- by sol, location, instrument, and other criteria. The Notebook for Mars 2020 is under construction and will be ready soon.
   
  PDS4 Viewer - This standalone tool displays PDS4-labeled images and tables. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms. Source code and Python library also available.

DOIs for Mars 2020 Data

DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) for all Mars 2020 data archived in PDS are listed here.

Release Schedule

Updated October 29, 2021

Release Data
Acquisition (Sols)
Release to Public
1 0 - 89 August 20, 2021
2 90 - 179 November 22, 2021
3 180 - 299 March 22, 2022
4 300 - 419 July 22, 2022
5 420 - 539 November 21, 2022
6 540-639 March 7, 2023
7 640 - 669 July 6, 2023

Revised November 22, 2021

What's New

Nov. 22, 2021. Mars 2020 Release 2 includes data from sols 90-179, May 21 - Aug. 21, 2021.

Oct. 14, 2021. PIXL ESF ancillary products that were missing from the Release 1 delivery are now available in the Raw Ancillary data collection.

Sep. 17, 2021. The RIMFAX raw (EDR) data have been released.

Aug. 27, 2021. The Engineering Camera Bundle has been released.

Aug. 20, 2021.  Mars 2020 Release 1 includes data from sols 0-89, Feb. 18-May 20, 2021.

 

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