1 edition of Geologic maps of the moon found in the catalog.
Geologic maps of the moon
by For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office in [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
The USGS (with help from NASA and the Lunar Planetary Institute) has released the first complete geologic map of the Moon, providing a truly comprehensive look at . Called the Unified Geologic Map of the Moon, the map combines Apollo-era data from the s and s with modern satellite observations to yield a .
The lunar map, called the “Unified Geologic Map of the Moon,” will serve as the definitive blueprint of the moon’s surface geology for future human missions and will be . The digital map, which is available for download, shows the moon's geologic landscape at a scale of ,, The map was created using six regional maps made during the Apollo era, in combination with information collected during recent lunar missions. The older maps were overlaid on the newer, higher resolution datasets.
version of the map product. This effort builds on the original digital renovation of the six ,,scale lunar geologic maps  (near, central far, east, west, north, and south sides)  as released in This renovation allows the older geologic maps to be overlain on newer, higher resolu-. The United States Geological Survey (USGS), in collaboration with NASA and the Lunar Planetary Institute, has released the Unified Geologic Map of the Moon-- the first time the entire lunar.
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. If you observe the Moon with a small telescope (I have a 5-inch refractor), the Sky and Telescope Field Map of the Moon is an excellent resource. I often use it in conjunction with the book, “What’s Hot on the Moon Tonight” by Andrew Planck. All lunar features described in the book are keyed to the coordinates on the Sky and Tel.
map /5(38). Arrived in good condition. I wish the fold out line through the left side of the moon face was more seemless but otherwise a good product. The surface markings are crystal clear and incorporating both a numerical and alphabetical index in large enough black print letters to read is pleasing.
The Geologic History of the Moon Paperback – Febru by U.S. Department of the Interior (Author), Don E. Wilhelms (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Cited by: The Unified Geologic Map of the Moon, released April 20 by the USGS, as it’s called, combines information from six regional lunar maps created during the Apollo era, as well as recent spacecraft.
I_1 Geologic Map of Part of the Fra Mauro Region of the Moon. This animation shows a rotating globe of the new Unified Geologic Map of the Moon with shaded topography from the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA). This geologic map is a synthesis of six Apollo-era regional geologic maps, updated based on data from recent satellite missions.
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This geologic map is a synthesis of six Apollo-era regional geologic maps, updated based on data from recent satellite missions. It will serve as a reference for lunar science and future human missions to the Moon. The lunar map, dubbed the “Unified Geologic Map of the Moon,” will now serve as the definitive blueprint of the Moon’s surface geology for all future human missions to the Moon and will provide an invaluable for scientists studying the billion-year-old history of the planet Earth’s nearest : Jason Goodyer.
Mapped: The Geology of the Moon in Astronomical Detail. If you were to land on the Moon, where would you go. Today’s post is the incredible Unified Geologic Map of the Moon from the USGS, which combines information from six regional lunar maps created during the Apollo era, as well as recent spacecraft observations.
Feet on the Ground, Head in the Sky. The recently published map is a seamless combination of six digitized geologic maps of the moon that were originally created in the s. This updated GIS dataset of s lunar geology is now usable with tandem with newer, higher resolution datasets including the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Wide Angle Camera mosaic and the Lunar.
The Moon The Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon: Final Report () Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century (, Scanned Version) Origin of the Moon (, Scanned Version) Geologic History of the Moon (USGS Prof.
Paper, PDF File). First-ever comprehensive geologic map of the moon Date: Ap Source: US Geological Survey Summary: For the first time, the entire. Added geologic text to some prominent features pages.
CHANGES BETWEEN VAND V The v is almost same as v in image presentation, but the text has following changes: Regrouped 16, 29 with few NP or SP images.
Updated Farside Map. Updated Spacecraft page. Updated Moon Data page. Added Lunar Geologic Timescale in Map 1. Geologic and artistic interpretations have been combined to produce reconstructions of the visual appearance of the Moon at two geologically significant points in its evolution.
Relief shown by shading. Title supplied by cataloger. Maps hand painted on top of original remote-sensing image. Maps signed "Don Davis" at lower right. Described in: Ica p. The Astrogeology Science Center's mission includes producing planetary maps and cartographic products which reveal topography, geology, topology, image mosaics and more, all made available to the international scientific community and the general public as a national resource.
A selection of our more prominant products are listed here. The map is a synthesis of six Apollo-era regional geologic maps, updated with data from more recent moon missions.
USGS said it’s designed to serve as “the definitive blueprint” for lunar science. The entire moon is pockmarked with craters of every size, from microscopic pits to basins hundreds of miles in diameter.
The largest is the South Pole-Aitken Basin, which is about 1, miles (2, kilometers) across. Objects (asteroids, meteoroids, and comets) that struck the moon — very long ago, for the most part — caused these [ ].
Geologic Map of the Near Side of the Moon Click here to download a 72dpi JPEG image (MB) Click here to download a dpi JPEG image (38MB) Click here to download a dpi JPEG image (48M) (Requires JPEG viewer) USGS Geologic Atlas of the Moon home page.Geologic History of the Moon, Don Wilhelms US Geological Survey Professional Paper Since The Geologic History of the Moon (D.
Wilhelms) has remained the cornerstone reference for all lunar geologists, and was originally published as United States Geological Survey Professional Paper Unfortunately this volume has long been out of print. A new pair of lunar maps lets you explore the moon without bothering to get off Earth first.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) recently posted online two moon maps — a .