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  • Welcome to the JMARS website | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    04 14 3 5 3 Update is out Bug Fix 2016 04 05 Check out the LPSC Showcase Presentation Videos 2016 03 24 3 5 0 is out 2016 03 17 Small bug fix Update more Tour of the JMARS user interface Introduction to JMARS Video Tutorial Interface Overview Viewing Window Layer Manager Interface Details Tour of the JMARS Layers Lat Lon Grid Layer Map Layer Mosaics Layer Stamp Layer Crater Counting Layer 3D Layer JMARS Video Tutorials View all the layers here Login Username Email Address Password Create new account Request new password JMARS Public Downloads The following JMARS installer is likely the best for your system This JMARS installation includes several planetary bodies such as Mars Earth Earth s moon Mercury Venus and many more Show other JMARS installers Win 64 Win 32 Mac OS Linux 64 Linux 32 The following JMARS 2035 installer is likely the best for your system JMARS 2035 Website and Video Tutorials Show other JMARS 2035 installers Win 64 Win 32 Mac OS Linux 64 Linux 32 The following JMARS MSIP installer is likely the best for your system This is the JMARS MSIP version of JMARS for the Mars Education Program Show other MSIP installers Win 64 Win 32 Mac OS Linux 64 Linux 32 The following JMARS 3D Demo installer is likely the best for your system This JMARS 3D Demo installation includes several planetary bodies and contains the new 3D shape model viewer Show other JMARS installers Win 64 Win 32 Mac OS Linux 64 Linux 32 The following J Earth installer is likely the best for your system Show other J Earth installers Win 64 Win 32 Mac OS Linux 64 Linux 32 The following J Vesta installer is likely the best for your system Show other J Vesta

    Original URL path: https://jmars.mars.asu.edu/ (2016-04-23)
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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    Mars it has branched out to work with data for the Earth Earth s Moon Venus Jupiter Mercury and much more In all its variants it s free to use and open sourced and is actively supported on Mac Windows Linux and Solaris JMARS can do a great many things here are a few of them Take multiple datasets thermal inertia mineral composition digital elevations etc and overlay them into a single registered multilayer image Make topographic profiles extract surface temperatures day or night plot footprints and render remote sensing images from orbiters Correlate mineral compositions with topographic data Combine surface roughness data with thermal inertia data Contour maps may be created Groups of layers can be composed by transparency blending or building an HSV RGB composite Plots may be created by drawing multi segment lines on the map making it easy to sample elevation thermal inertia or other surface properties in an area of interest Load and process raw numeric rasters which may be stretched and colorized on the fly Load and process vector data in several common formats Edit vector data on the map or in a table Use vector processing tools to calculate properties like line bearing or polygonal area An SQL like scripting language provides a powerful transformation and filtering feature And so on JMARS provides access to many Mars data products image footprints and rasters from the THEMIS MOC CTX HiRISE CRISM Viking Imaging System HRSC and OMEGA instruments mosaics from THEMIS Viking and CTX topography from MOLA compositional maps from TES and GRS HEND albedo and thermal inertia from TES and Viking For the Moon datasets include Clementine UV VIS multispectral imaging Lunar Orbiter imaging Arecibo radar and laser altimetry topography from Kaguya Selene and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter For Earth in beta development datasets

    Original URL path: https://jmars.mars.asu.edu/getting-started/all (2016-04-23)
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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    it has branched out to work with data for the Earth Earth s Moon Venus Jupiter Mercury and much more In all its variants it s free to use and open sourced and is actively supported on Mac Windows Linux and Solaris JMARS can do a great many things here are a few of them Take multiple datasets thermal inertia mineral composition digital elevations etc and overlay them into a single registered multilayer image Make topographic profiles extract surface temperatures day or night plot footprints and render remote sensing images from orbiters Correlate mineral compositions with topographic data Combine surface roughness data with thermal inertia data Contour maps may be created Groups of layers can be composed by transparency blending or building an HSV RGB composite Plots may be created by drawing multi segment lines on the map making it easy to sample elevation thermal inertia or other surface properties in an area of interest Load and process raw numeric rasters which may be stretched and colorized on the fly Load and process vector data in several common formats Edit vector data on the map or in a table Use vector processing tools to calculate properties like line bearing or polygonal area An SQL like scripting language provides a powerful transformation and filtering feature And so on JMARS provides access to many Mars data products image footprints and rasters from the THEMIS MOC CTX HiRISE CRISM Viking Imaging System HRSC and OMEGA instruments mosaics from THEMIS Viking and CTX topography from MOLA compositional maps from TES and GRS HEND albedo and thermal inertia from TES and Viking For the Moon datasets include Clementine UV VIS multispectral imaging Lunar Orbiter imaging Arecibo radar and laser altimetry topography from Kaguya Selene and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter For Earth in beta development datasets include

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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    body while JMARS opens on Mars For information on how to access JEarth please see the instructions at the bottom of this page What can JMARS do for me Students K 12 students Target a THEMIS image as part of the Mars Student Imaging Project Undergraduate students Target and analyze THEMIS observations as part of your School of Earth and Space Exploration coursework Graduate students Target locate and analyze observations made by THEMIS and other Mars orbiting instruments as part of your individual research projects Space enthusiasts Navigate across the Martian surface and view data collected by every NASA Mars orbiter since Viking 1976 as well as the European Space Agency s Mars Express orbiter Locate specific observations for viewing and or analysis outside of JMARS View the past present or future location of the Mars Odyssey spacecraft View data for the Moon Earth Venus and many others using JMARS Get a JMARS account Before downloading JMARS go to http jmars asu edu user register to register for an account It s free Fill out the registration form A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide Follow the link in the confirmation email to activate your account Once you have done so you can use your account to log into JMARS To edit your account go to http jmars asu edu user and login to change your account information Download and install JMARS Go to the JMARS Download page to download and install the latest version of JMARS OR go to the JMARS home page JMARS Home Page and Click the the latest version of JMARS How to download When you get to the download area the page automatically recognizes the type of computer you are on Downloadable individual installers are available for Windows Mac and

    Original URL path: https://jmars.mars.asu.edu/getting-started/students-enthusiasts (2016-04-23)
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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    have registered for an MRO Team account using the instructions in the Get a JMARS Account section they can log into the JMARS website and download the MRO Team Release What can JMARS do for me Mission planners Plan observations for the HiRISE camera Identify observation opportunities for the other MRO instruments CTX MARCI CRISM MCS and SHARAD Integrate observations submitted by the instrument teams and resolve observational conflicts Planetary geologists Simultaneously view datasets previously acquired by instruments aboard Mars Global Surveyor Mars Odyssey and the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter View future observations planned for various instruments Locate previously acquired observations Get a JMARS account Begin by registering for a public account Before downloading JMARS go to http jmars asu edu user register to register for an account Fill out the registration form A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide Follow the link in the confirmation email to activate your account At this point you have a Public account You now need to apply for MRO team status Go to http jmars asu edu user and log into the JMARS website Then click on the My Account link at the top of the page Click the Apply for Role tab at the top of the page choose on the MRO Team option and click Apply Your MRO Team member status will be activated as soon as your participation on the MRO Team has been confirmed Once you have MRO Team member status whenever you log into http jmars asu edu the website will automatically give you team member access To edit your account go to http jmars asu edu user log into the website and click on the My Account tab Download and install JMARS Internal Users Please see one of the JMARS developers External Users Go to http jmars asu edu site and log in The Download JMARS section on the right hand side should say MRO Team Version If not you either did not log in properly or do not yet have MRO Team member status The JMARS team recommends the Cross Platform WebStart Installer because it always has the latest version and works with all operating systems Starting JMARS Internal Users Please see one of the JMARS developers External Users On most operating systems the installer will place an icon on your desktop You can start JMARS by double clicking the icon and entering your username and password To manually launch JMARS on a Linux machine change to the directory containing the jmars jar file which you have already downloaded and type java jar jmars jar If you would like to open JMARS from a different directory just replace jmars jar with path jmars jar Starting JMARS with additional arguments The startup behavior of JMARS can be modified by including additional command line arguments Note Only one of these command line arguments can be used at a time Specify the Starting Position By default JMARS starts with the viewing window centered at 0E

    Original URL path: https://jmars.mars.asu.edu/getting-started/mro-team (2016-04-23)
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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    account they can log into the JMARS website and download the THEMIS Team Release What can JMARS do for me Mission planners Plan IR and VIS observations for the THEMIS camera View Regions of Interest ROIs submitted by THEMIS science team members Locate previously acquired observations Planetary geologists Simultaneously overlay and view datasets from TES THEMIS and other Mars orbiting instruments Submit Regions of Interest ROIs over areas where you would like the missions planners to collect data Determine the extent and quality of observational coverage for a particular area Access THEMIS data that has not yet been released to PDS Get a JMARS account Begin by registering for a public account Before downloading JMARS go to http jmars asu edu user register to register for an account Fill out the registration form A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide Follow the link in the confirmation email to activate your account At this point you have a Public account You now need to apply for THEMIS team status Go to http jmars asu edu user and log into the JMARS website Then click on the My Account link at the top of the page Click the Apply for Role tab at the top of the page choose on the THEMIS Team option and click Apply Your THEMIS Team member status will be activated as soon as your participation on the THEMIS Team has been confirmed Once you have THEMIS Team member status whenever you log into http jmars asu edu the website will automatically give you team member access To edit your account go to http jmars asu edu user log into the website and click on the My Account tab Download and install JMARS Internal Users If you are planning to use JMARS in the Mars Space Flight Facility building it is available on all Linux machines External Users Go to http jmars asu edu site and log in The Download JMARS section on the right hand side should say THEMIS Team Version If not you either did not log in properly or do not yet have THEMIS Team member status The JMARS team recommends the Cross Platform WebStart Installer because it always has the latest version and works with all operating systems Starting JMARS Internal Users Open a terminal window and type jmars External Users On most operating systems the installer will place an icon on your desktop You can start JMARS by double clicking the icon and entering your username and password To manually launch JMARS on a Linux machine change to the directory containing the jmars jar file which you have already downloaded and type java jar jmars jar If you would like to open JMARS from a different directory just replace jmars jar with path jmars jar Starting JMARS with additional arguments The startup behavior of JMARS can be modified by including additional command line arguments Note Only one of these command line arguments can be used at a time

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  • JMARS: Quick Overview | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    the PDS released products is available through the JMARS download page To change from the Mars body to the Moon open JMARS Go to the top of JMARS window and click Body Select Body Luna What can JMARS JMoon do for me Mission planners Plan both narrow angle and wide angle observations for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera LROC View Regions of Interest ROIs submitted by LROC science team members Locate previously acquired observations Planetary geologists Simultaneously overlay and view datasets from past lunar missions Submit Regions of Interest ROIs over areas where you would like the mission planners to collect data Locate previously acquired observations Get a JMARS JMoon account LROC Team Members Access to the LROC Team version of JMoon is managed directly by the LROC team themselves There is currently no automated registration process for LROC Team accounts Public Users If you already have a JMARS Public account you can skip ahead to the next section If you do not have a JMARS account use the following steps to register for a Public account Go to http jmars asu edu user register to register for an account It s free Fill out the registration form A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide Follow the link in the confirmation email to activate your account To edit your account go to http jmars asu edu user log into the website and click on the My Account tab Download and install JMARS LROC Team Members If you are planning to use the LROC Team Release in the LROC Science Operations Center building it is available on all Linux machines Public Users Internal Users If you are planning to use the Public Release in the Mars Space Flight Facility building it is available on all Linux machines External Users Go to http jmars asu edu In the JMARS Public Downloads section on the right hand side click the appropriate system download under the full JMARS version The first option Once you click the download link the installer will start to download JMARS For more instructions click the Instructions for Installing JMARS at the bottom of the download panel Change from Mars to the Moon Open JMARS and Navigate to the top of the screen Click the Body tab Select Body Luna Starting JMARS LROC Team Members Please contact one of the mission planners Public Users Internal Users In the Mars Space Flight Facility building open a terminal on a Linux machine and type jmars moon External Users On most operating systems the installer will place an icon on your desktop You can start JMARS JMoon by double clicking the icon and entering your username and password To manually launch JMARS JMoon on a Linux machine change to the directory containing the jmars jar file which you have already downloaded and type java jar jmars jar If you would like to open JMARS JMoon from a different directory just replace jmars jar with path jmars jar Starting

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  • Tour the JMARS User Interface | JMARS - Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing
    of Interest Loading a Custom Map Viewing TES Data in JMARS Using the Shape Layer Shape Layer Selecting a non default column for circle radius Shape Layer Selecting a non default column for fill color Shape Layer Add a Map Sampling Column Shape Layer Adding a new color column based on the values of a radius column Shape Layer Using Expressions Using JMARS for MSIP JMARS Shortcut Keys JMARS Data Submission FAQ Download JMARS Open Source References Presentations by the JMARS Team Citations Forums Log In Register Search this site Home Documentation Tour the Interface Tour the JMARS User Interface Interface Overview Viewing Window Layer Manager Interface Details The JMARS user interface consists of one window with two sections the Layer Manager on the left hand side and the Viewing Window the larger window on the right hand side The Layer Manager controls the datasets and analysis tools called layers that are loaded into the current session of JMARS Layers can have various options and parameters which are controlled by the focus panel associated with each layer The focus panels can be accessed by double clicking on the appropriate layer in the Layer Manager The Viewing Window displays the visual

    Original URL path: https://jmars.mars.asu.edu/tour-interface/all (2016-04-23)
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