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  • SBN Mission Support: Hubble Space Telescope
    Names Designations Tools Software SBN Tools PDS Tools JPL OLAF Data Ferret Small Bodies Image Browser Comet Cross ID Utility Small Bodies Modeling SPICE Self Training How To Search for Data Understand PDS3 Data Understand PDS4 Data Prepare Data Review PDS3 Data Review PDS4 Data FAQ ROSES Support SPICE Self Training About SBN Intro Organization Contact Us Visiting SBN What are Small Bodies Related Links Data Archives Archived at SBN By Mission By Target By Data Type Archived Elsewhere Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission Hubble NSSDC HST NASA Hubble EPO HubbleSite Hubble Space Telescope The SBN has a few datasets containing data taken by HST which we list here The majority of small bodies data is archived at the Space Telescope Science Institute A catalogue of small bodies has been generated

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/hst/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: IRAS
    Prepare Data Review PDS3 Data Review PDS4 Data FAQ ROSES Support SPICE Self Training About SBN Intro Organization Contact Us Visiting SBN What are Small Bodies Related Links Data Archives Archived at SBN By Mission By Target By Data Type Archived Elsewhere Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission IRAS NSSDC IRAS NASA na IRAS The Infrared Astronomical Satellite IRAS was a mission with joint execution by the United States NASA the Netherlands and the United Kingdom The goal of this mission was to perform unbiased all sky survey 12 25 60 and 100 microns IRAS detected about 350 000 infrared sources which increased the number of cataloged astronomical sources by nearly 70 IRAS discoveries included a disk of dust grains around the star Vega and six new comets Instruments IRAS Focal Plane

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/iras/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN: The IUE Comet Observations
    Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission IUE ESA NSSDC IUE NASA na MAST IUE data all The IUE Comet Observations The International Ultraviolet Explorer IUE was launched on 26 January 1978 to serve as the first observatory facility in space for use by guest observers It contains two pairs a Prime pair and a Redundant pair of spectrographs the Short Wave spectrometer covering 1200 2000Å and the Long Wave spectrometer covering 1900 3350Å Both had a low dispersion single grating mode and a high resolution cross dispersed echelon mode There was gradual deterioration over that remarkably long operational period including loos of gyroscopes which resulted in less accurate pointing from 1985 on and scattered light at small solar elongations thought to be reflections from torn pieces of thermal blankets Having been designed for three years of operation the observatory was shut down on 30 September 1996 after more than 18 years of continuous operation This dataset consists of all spectra of comets that were obtained with IUE extracted from the IUE databases and uniformly processed The SWR spectrograph Short Wave Redundant was almost never used Use of LWP Long Wave Prime was transferred to LWR Long Wave Redundant fairly early in the mission Spectra are numbered sequentially within each of the three cameras Prefixes other than LWP LWR and SWP correspond to various processing stages but always beginning with L or S

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/iue/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: Mid-Course Space Experiment (MSX)
    Contact Us Visiting SBN What are Small Bodies Related Links Data Archives Archived at SBN By Mission By Target By Data Type Archived Elsewhere Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission MSX NSSDC MSX NASA na Wikipedia MSX IRSA MSX data all Mid Course Space Experiment MSX The Midcourse Space Experiment MSX mission began with the launch of the spacecraft on April 24 1996 into a 900 km polar orbit for a nominal 5 year mission The MSX mission was divided into three phases Phase 1 which ended on February 26 1997 with the depletion of the cryogen was devoted almost exclusively to observations with the infrared telescope Phase 2 lasting from cryogen depletion through September 1997 emphasized astronomy and atmospheric measurements with the UVISI Ultraviolet Visible Imaging and Spectrographic Imaging sensors Phase

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/msx/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: SOHO
    Ferret Small Bodies Image Browser Comet Cross ID Utility Small Bodies Modeling SPICE Self Training How To Search for Data Understand PDS3 Data Understand PDS4 Data Prepare Data Review PDS3 Data Review PDS4 Data FAQ ROSES Support SPICE Self Training About SBN Intro Organization Contact Us Visiting SBN What are Small Bodies Related Links Data Archives Archived at SBN By Mission By Target By Data Type Archived Elsewhere Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission SOHO NSSDC SOHO NASA SOHO SOHO The Solar Heliospheric Observatory SOHO was developed by ESA and NASA and was designed to study the internal structure of the Sun its extensive outer atmosphere and the origin of the solar wind the stream of highly ionized gas that blows continuously outward through the Solar System The spacecraft was launched on

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/soho/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: Ulysses
    Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the primary mission website as well as pages about the mission on other sites such as the NSSDC NASA portal etc Mission Ulysses ESA NSSDC Ulysses NASA Ulysses SSE Ulysses Ulysses Solar Mission Jupiter Flyby The Ulysses spacecraft a joint endeavor between the European Space Agency ESA and NASA was launched from the space shuttle in October 1990 It flew past Jupiter in February 1992 for a gravitational assist in getting to its final orbit a polar orbit around the Sun It subsequently flew over the south pole of the Sun in 1994 the north pole in 1995 and undertook a second solar orbit which brought it back to the solar poles in 2000 2001 during a period of maximum solar activity The out of ecliptic orbit of the spacecraft has a period of 6 2 years The mission was extended until March 2008 to allow a third fly over of the solar poles during 2007 2008 Although the primary objective of the mission was to study the properties of the heliosphere as a function of solar latitude Ulysses also collected data concerning interplanetary dust and studied the magnetosphere of Jupiter while flying past that planet The SBN in cooperation with the Planetary Plasma Interactions Node is the contact node archiving the Ulysses dust data into the PDS Instruments Instrument Details Data from these instruments are archived at SBN Dust Detector System DDS Other Instruments Spacecraft has other instruments data from which are archived at another PDS node Magnetometer MAP Large scale features and gradients of the solar magnetic field Solar Wind Observations SWOOPS Bulk flow and internal state conditions of the interplanetary plasma Solar Wind Ion

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/ulysses/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: ICE
    International Cometary Explorer ICE This spacecraft was launched in 1978 as the International Sun Earth Explorer 3 ISEE third in a series of Explorer class missions to investigate details of the interactions between the Sun and solar wind and the Earth s magnetosphere The spacecraft carried instruments to measure plasmas energetic particles waves and fields This last mission in the series was launched into a heliocentric orbit at the L1 Lagrangian libration point 235 Earth radii on the sunward side of Earth In 1982 the spacecraft was renamed the International Cometary Explorer ICE and through a complex series of Earth and Moon flybys was sent on a trajectory to intercept comet 21P Giacobini Zinner The primary objective of the ICE mission was to study the interaction between the solar wind and the cometary atmosphere The ICE made particle field and plasma measurements as it passed through the plasma tail of 21P Giacobini Zinner then continued on to pass between the Sun and comet 1P Halley in late March 1986 as other missions Giotto VEGA Planet A MS T5 were also observing that comet Spacecraft operations were terminated in May 1997 The SBN leads the effort to restore and archive data from the ICE mission into the PDS Instruments Instrument Details Data from these instruments are archived at SBN Energetic Particle Anisotropy Spectrometer EPAS Ion Composition Instrument ICI Vector Helium Magnetometer MAG Plasma Wave Spectrum Analyzer PLAWAV Radio Mapping of Solar Wind Disturbances RADWAV Solar Wind Plasma SWPLAS Ultralow energy charge analyzer ULECA Other Instruments Spacecraft has other instruments data from which are archived at another PDS node Ultralow energy charge analyzer ULECA Ions in the 3 560 KeV charge range Ultralow energy wide angle telescope ULEWAT Ions in the 0 2 80 MeV nucleon range Ultralow ebergy Z E and

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/ice/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN: Comet ISON Observing Campaign
    Bodies Related Links Data Archives Archived at SBN By Mission By Target By Data Type Archived Elsewhere Chandra Hubble Spitzer ESA Planetary Sci Archive Data related Resources Data Release Schedule Small Body Designation Formats Periodic Comet Names Designations PDS Nodes Atmospheres Geosciences Imaging Navigation Ancillary Information Facility NAIF Planetary Plasma Interactions PPI Planetary Rings Small Bodies PDS Support PDS Home Management Engineering Mission Websites Here we list links to the

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/cioc/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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