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Commit c8e27ea9 authored by Carlos H. Brandt's avatar Carlos H. Brandt
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Update some links

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## Products
* image mosaic
* landing site
* map making
### Image mosaic
From a list of partially overlapping images, image mosaicking return the resulting
image from their composition.
Image mosaicking uses ISIS3 to combine terrain images from Mars.
* Datasets implemented:
* MRO/CTX/EDR
### Landing site
To analyse the surface of Mars in search for good rovers' landing sites is the
purpose of this service.
The search for landing sites analyses surface features and composition through
different tools for the evaluation of possible sites.
### Map making
Map making is a graphical tools to annotate maps with polygons, symbols, labels.
#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -ue
wget_indexes() {
echo "Downloading: '$@'"
_get_indexes() {
echo "Getting: '$@' index.html"
wget -r -np -l inf -e robots=off -A 'index.html' $@
}
wget_indexes https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/RDR/{AEB,TRA}/
hirise_indexes() {
echo "HiRISE: getting indexes(.html)"
url=https://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/RDR/{AEB,TRA}/
_get_indexes ${url}
}
ctx_indexes() {
echo "CTX: getting indexes(.html)"
baseurl="https://pds-imaging.jpl.nasa.gov/data/mro/ctx"
for i in `seq -f "%04.0f" 1 3507`; do
echo "* mrox_${i}"
url="${baseurl}/mrox_${i}/data/"
_get_indexes ${url}
done
}
[[ $# -ne 1 ]] && { echo "Usage: ${BASH_SOURCE} {ctx,hirise}"; exit 1; }
case $1 in
ctx)
ctx_indexes
;;
hirise)
hirise_indexes
;;
*)
echo "Support for '$1' is not yet implemented"
;;
esac
......@@ -10,8 +10,7 @@ As explained in [Scholten et al, 2005][] (hereafter S05) and overviewed in [Neuk
* Level-3: map projection of all data;
* Level-4: DTMs and orthoimages.
We are interested in Level-4 data: DTM/DEM, and data taken from
instrument's Nadir observations; Figure [S05 Fig-1][] pictures the different lines fo
We are interested in Level-4 data (DTM/DEM), and Level-2 data (reduced). In particular, for level-2, those images taken from instrument's Nadir observations; Figure [S05 Fig-1][] pictures the different lines fo
sight according to the different CCDs (Nadir represented as `ND`):
![HRSC/SRC technical parameters][S05 Fig-1]
......@@ -511,4 +510,4 @@ esac
[hrsc_eaicd.pdf]:
\ No newline at end of file
[hrsc_eaicd.pdf]:
# Datasets
* Mars express:
* [ESA MEX HRSC](/datasets/MEX/HRSC/README.md)
* [ESA MEX HRSC](MEX/HRSC/README.md)
* Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter:
* [NASA MRO CRISM](/datasets/MRO/CRISM/README.md)
* [NASA MRO HIRISE](/datasets/MRO/HiRISE/README.md)
* [NASA MRO CTX](/datasets/MRO/CTX/README.md)
* [NASA MGS MOLA](/datasets/MGS/MOLA/README.md)
* [NASA MRO HIRISE](MRO/HiRISE/README.md)
* [NASA MGS MOLA](MGS/MOLA/README.md)
* [NASA MRO CRISM](MRO/CRISM/README.md)
* Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter:
* [NASA LRO LROC](/datasets/LRO/LROC/README.md)
......@@ -19,6 +19,7 @@
PSA introduction page, https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/psa/psa-introduction,
provides links to PDS standards, data access, resources, etc:
* PDS3: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/psa/pds-standards,
* PDS4: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/psa/pds4-standards,
* data access: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/psa/psa-interfaces,
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