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  • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera
    web tool It let s YOU see where LRO is over the Moon Learn more here Featured Image Nov 13th 2012 Caption Unnamed craters on the western edge of Mare Frigoris LROC NAC M186056576L image width is 1 65 km image center is 56 579 N 334 890 E NASA GSFC Arizona State University Continue reading Recent Announcements News Thursday October 18 2012 18 Oct Lunar Landscapes Beginning 2 November

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera
    and now we have answers Enjoy our videos featuring NASA scientists and engineers Learn more here Featured Image Nov 13th 2012 Caption Unnamed craters on the western edge of Mare Frigoris LROC NAC M186056576L image width is 1 65 km image center is 56 579 N 334 890 E NASA GSFC Arizona State University Continue reading Recent Announcements News Thursday October 18 2012 18 Oct Lunar Landscapes Beginning 2 November

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/index.html (2012-11-14)
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  • Announcements - LROC News System
    November 2012 you can visit the Moon through Lunar Landscapes an exciting new exhibit featuring the most current images from NASA s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera LROC showing at monOrchid gallery in Phoenix Continue reading Lunar Landscapes Posted by Mark Robinson in Announcements at 15 47 Friday September 14 2012 14 Sep LROC 11th PDS Release The 10th LROC Planetary Data System release includes images acquired between 2011 03 16 to 2012 06 14 This release contains 76 715 EDR images totaling 9 4 TB and 76 715 CDR images totaling 20 TB An additional 10 LROC NAC DTM and 3 NAC Region of Interest ROI products were also added to the LROC RDR Dataset Continue reading LROC 11th PDS Release Posted by Ernest Bowman Cisneros in Announcements at 09 58 Comments 0 Trackbacks 0 Thursday September 13 2012 13 Sep International Observe the Moon Night Explore the Moon with the LROC team at the Arizona Museum of Natural History for International Observe the Moon Night on Saturday September 22nd Continue reading International Observe the Moon Night Posted by Jeff Leland in Announcements at 14 23 Comments 0 Trackbacks 0 Sunday August 26 2012 26 Aug Neil A Armstrong 1930

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/news/index.php?/categories/1-Announcements (2012-11-14)
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  • Operations Journal - LROC News System
    Christian Alf in Operations Journal at 11 36 Tuesday August 16 2011 16 Aug Special Targeting Welcome to the exciting world of Special Targeting My name is Christian Alf and I will guide you through this special adventure As a member of the LROC Operations Staff I work on the Uplink Team for which Zack gave an introduction One of the responsibilities of an uplinker is to plan special observations Don t be fooled we love each of our 600 images we target a day but we dedicate a lot more time to a few of them Typically these observations require moving the whole spacecraft coordinating with other instruments or crunching some numbers to ensure the viewing geometry is optimal There are five main types of special targets Geometric Stereo Obliques Limb Views Earth Calibrations and Ride alongs with other instruments Since we target geometric stereo at a higher frequency lets talk about them first Continue reading Special Targeting Posted by Christian Alf in Operations Journal at 16 21 Monday August 15 2011 15 Aug Uplink Commanding the Camera Howdy My name is Zack Bowles and I am one of the Uplink members of the LROC Operations team Operations are mainly divided into Uplink and Downlink with Uplink responsible for targeting images and generating command loads and Downlink is responsible for data integrity analysis and spacecraft instrument monitoring Uplink is also further subdivided into 2 components Nominal and Special Targeting with Nominal responsible for the majority of camera commanding while Special Targeting is responsible for planning slewed observations calibrations and any observation that requires coordination with the other LRO instruments Continue reading Uplink Commanding the Camera Posted by Zack Bowles in Operations Journal at 13 02 Thursday July 21 2011 21 Jul Introduction to LROC Down link DL and Team

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/news/index.php?/categories/4-Operations-Journal (2012-11-14)
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  • LRO Live! (videos) (Outreach) @ LROC
    Where is LRO History Explore the Moon Educators Students Our Team Press Kit Tours Tour Information Arrange Tour Homepage Outreach LRO Live videos Stuff go here Maybe an introduction to the page kind of thing Perhaps some sort of background info on ask a question Choose a question category by clicking on one of the images below Responses to Questions Follow LROC Choose which groups of people show up in

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/lrolive/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Where is LRO? (Outreach) @ LROC
    Outreach Art Challenge Operations Journal LRO Live videos Where is LRO History Explore the Moon Educators Students Our Team Press Kit Tours Tour Information Arrange Tour Homepage Outreach Where is LRO Where is LRO Sorry Please enable Javascript in your browser Helpful Hint Use the Customize Where is LRO toolbar above to change settings for this web tool you can hide or show features labels change colors and more You

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/whereislro/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Site Map @ LROC
    Kit Tours Tour Information Arrange Tour Homepage Site Map LROC Site Map Looking for a page but can t seem to find it You ve come to the right place Below is an organized listing of the current pages on our website Navigation Bar Home What is LROC Images Downloads Outreach Tours Homepage Links News Announcements Operations Journal Targeting Tool Target Tool Help LRO Live videos Where is LRO Site Map RSS Feed LROC Images What is LROC What is LROC Mission Overview LROC Summary Objectives Specifications Outreach Education Art Challenge Operations Journal LRO Live videos Where is LRO History The Moon and Humanity Rockets Space Exploration Race to the Moon Mercury Gemini Americans in Space The Apollo Adventure Clementine Lunar Prospector ASU Plays Key Role in Lunar Exploration Explore the Moon When did humans first visit the Moon What is the oldest rock found on the Moon How did the Moon form What is the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter LRO What are the Narrow Angle Cameras NACs on LRO What is the Wide Angle Camera WAC on LRO What types of minerals and rocks are found on the Moon Does the Moon have an atmosphere How are craters formed on

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/sitemap.html (2012-11-14)
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  • What is LROC? (What is LROC) @ LROC
    Overview LROC Summary Objectives Specifications What is LROC The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera LROC is designed to address two of the prime LRO measurement requirements 1 Assess meter scale features to facilitate selection of future landing sites on the Moon 2 Acquire images of the poles every orbit to characterize the polar illumination environment 100 meter scale identifying regions of permanent shadow and permanent or near permanent illumination over a full lunar year In addition to these two main objectives the LROC team is conducting meter scale mapping of polar regions stereo images that provide meter scale topographic measurements global multi spectral imaging and has produced a global landform map We have imaged over 20 of the Moon at high resolution using the Narrow Angle Cameras if the LRO mission continues for several more years we will eventually image the whole moon at 1 2 m pixel LROC images will also be used to map and determine current impact hazards by imaging areas photographed by Apollo astronauts Comparing the new and old images reveals impact craters that formed over the past 40 years LROC consists of two Narrow Angle Cameras NACs to provide 0 5 meter scale panchromatic images over

    Original URL path: http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/EPO/LROC/lroc.php?pg=what (2012-11-14)
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