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  • PDS-SBN: New Horizons SWAP Jupiter Encounter Calibrated Data v3.0
    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 New Horizons SWAP Jupiter Encounter Calibrated Data v3 0 Status IN LIEN RESOLUTION CERTIFIED Abstract This data set contains Calibrated data taken by the New Horizons Solar Wind Around Pluto instrument during the Jupiter encounter mission phase This is VERSION 3 0 of this data set NH J SWAP 3 JUPITER V3 0 Errata Liens Browse Download 1 4 GB Citation to use when referencing this data set McComas D NEW HORIZONS Calibrated SWAP JUPITER ENCOUNTER V3 0 NH J SWAP 3 JUPITER V3 0 NASA Planetary Data System

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/holdings/nh-j-swap-3-jupiter-v3.0/dataset.html (2015-06-02)
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  • PDS: Small Bodies Node Search Results
    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

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/search.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • PDS-SBN: Small Bodies Cross-Identification Utility
    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 Small Bodies Cross Identification Utility Updating to New Version Note this version of the Cross ID Utility is no longer working We are in the process of porting and upgrading the code and expect to have the new version ready in late June Last cross ID update 01 April 2011 Search String Enter an identification string below corresponding to all or part of an official small body designation and select the match criterion Match criterion Exact Match All characters blanks and case are significant and must match the entire identification as it appears in the database Wildcard Match Case is not significant non alphanumeric characters are ignored Two wildcard characters are recognized the underscore matches exactly one arbitrary character and the percent sign matches zero or more arbitrary characters Object Types Select one or more of the following to limit the type of objects returned selecting none returns all matching objects Asteroids All Comets Periodic Comets usually numbered Non periodic Comets Defunct Comets disappeared disintegrated etc Lost Comets inadequately determined orbit Satellites Meteorites Major Planets Dwarf Planets Cross ID Sources The cross IDs incorporated into the database come from the following sources Asteroid number and discovery designation correspondences come from Ted Bowell s asteroid cross ID database which he maintains privately and graciously makes available with regular updates every 2 3 months Asteroid names come from the Minor Planet Center s Minor Planet Names Alphabetical List page Comet names numbers and discovery designations come from a database of information extracted from IAU Circulars Minor Planet Electronic Circulars and IAU Central Bureau Electronic Telegrams maintained by Mike

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/tools/form_sbxid.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • PDS-SBN: ROSES 2011
    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 PDS SBN support for NASA ROSES 2011 Data Analysis Programs DAP ATTENTION If you are planning to use PDS data for your ROSES proposal please check its status indicated on the top of the dataset webpage Only the datasets with the status certified archived or locally archived are eligible for the proposals Datasets with the status non certified safed or in peer review are not eligible for any DAP and PG G programs Cassini Data Analysis ROSES C 10 Cassini Mission Overview Cassini Available Data Cassini dust data at SBN The website to support Cassini DAP can be found at the Rings Node See also Cassini and Huygens data at Atmospheres Node Astrophysics Data Analysis ROSES D 2 EPOXI EPOCh Mission Overview EPOXI Available Data EPOXI data at SBN Exoplanet transits and Earth data Planetary Mission Data Analysis ROSES C 11 New Horizons Mission Overview New Horizons Available Data New Horizons data at SBN Post launch test and Jupiter flyby data New Horizons data at Planetary Rings node New Horizons data at Atmospheres

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/proposals/ROSES2011.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • PDS-SBN: Archive File Types
    plain text version of the file asc file or a pdf version and a PDS label They can be opened using Microsoft Word or other word processing software that is capable of reading Word 2003 and earlier documents fit Flexible Image Transport System FITS files are data files and the most common image data format in the SBN archive They may contain images spectra and or tables All FITS files have both a header and data in the same file and may have multiple file extensions They also have separate PDS labels FITS files should be readily interpreted by any standard FITS image display software or pre existing routines in standard analysis packages like IRAF IDL MatLab Mathematica etc Some links are provided for downloading display software SAOImage ds9 fv Note that the PDS labels which correspond to the FITS image files will contain a pointer and object description for the FITS header as well as the image gif Graphics Interface Format files are low resolution image files which may appear in the document directory either as part of a larger collection of files or as stand alone graphics They will be listed in a PDS label and can be opened using most image manipulation software like XV Photoshop etc or a browser img These are PDS binary image files with attached or detached PDS labels They may be found in the data directory They can be displayed using the PDS NASAView tool The SBN utility ReadPDS will read the data into IDL Be sure to use the PDS4 version for PDS4 data sets jpg These are compressed image files which may appear in the document directory either as part of a larger document or as stand alone images They will be referenced by a PDS label and can be opened using most image manipulation software like XV Photoshop etc or a browser lbl PDS3 only The PDS label files describe the contents of each referenced file in detail field by field and are a PDS3 archive requirement Labels include a physical description of the storage format as well as a logical explanation of the significance or content of each field Detached labels accompany most files in the SBN holdings and are ASCII text so they can be read with any standard text editor or browser pdf These are Adobe Portable Document Format PDF files They may be found in the document directory and should have an associated PDS label They can be opened using any standard PDF viewer png These are Portable Network Graphics images another image format They may appear in the document directory as part of a larger document or as stand alone images They can be opened using most image manipulation software like XV Photoshop etc or a browser tab These are ASCII table files Table files may be found in most directories The tables should be accompanied by PDS labels The tables should be displayable in a standard text editor or browser tar These files

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/howto/file_types.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: BRRISON
    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 na NSSDC na NASA na SSE BRRISON BRRISON BRRISON or Balloon Rapid Response for ISON was a stratospheric science balloon that planned to lift a gondola housing the refurbished Stratospheric Terahertz Observatory STO telescope and science instruments 37 km 23 miles above the Earth s surface in order to capture images and data of comet ISON in September 2013 The payload had two instruments The BRRISON IR Camera BIRC will be used to observe water H2O and carbon dioxide CO2 emissions in the infrared by imaging from 2 5 to 5 microns The UVVis camera with a fast steering mirror and fine guidance system will be used to observe OH 308

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/brrison/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: Cassini
    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 Cassini NSSDC Cassini NASA Cassini SSE Cassini Cassini Only interplanetary dust data from Cassini s Cosmic Dust Analyzer CDA and High Rate Detector HRD are archived at the SBN All other Cassini non dust data are archived at The Planetary Rings Node The Cassini mission is a joint endeavor between NASA the European Space Agency ESA and the Italian Space Agency ASI Scientific objectives for the mission include a detailed study of the planet Saturn and its rings magnetosphere and satellites The Cassini mission includes ESA s Huygens probe a spacecraft designed to study the atmosphere of Titan Cassini was launched on 15 October 1997 and after two gravitational assists from Venus on 26 April 1998 and 24 June 1999 the spacecraft entered into orbit around Saturn on 1 July 2004 On 25 December 2004 the Huygens probe

    Original URL path: http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu/data_sb/missions/cassini/index.shtml (2015-06-02)
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  • SBN Mission Support: CONTOUR
    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 na NSSDC CONTOUR NASA na SSE CONTOUR CONTOUR COmet Nucleus TOUR The CONTOUR COmet Nucleus TOUR spacecraft was launched on 3 July 2002 into a high apogee Earth orbit On 15 August 2002 the solid rocket was fired to put the spacecraft in a heliocentric trajectory After the firing contact was lost On 16 August 2002 ground observations recorded what appeared to be three separate objects slightly behind CONTOUR s expected position Several unsuccessful attempts were made over the next months to contact the spacecraft The mission was terminated on 20 December 20 2002 when NASA and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory concluded the spacecraft was lost CONTOUR was a NASA Discovery class mission planned to fly by two comet nuclei 2P Encke in 2003 73P SW3 in 2006 and possibly re targeted for a third flyby 6P d Arrest in 2008 The spacecraft was to fly by the comet nuclei with a closest approach distance of approximately 100 km and near the period of maximum activity for each comet Scientific objectives of the mission included imaging the nuclei at resolutions of 4 m spectral mapping of nuclei at resolutions of 100 200 m and acquiring detailed compositional data on both gas and dust in the near nucleus

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