3 edition of Summary of lunar stratigraphy -- telescopic observations found in the catalog.
Summary of lunar stratigraphy -- telescopic observations
Don E. Wilhelms
|Statement||by Don E. Wilhelms.|
|Series||Contributions to astrogeology, Geological Survey professional paper 599-F, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 599-F.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 599-F|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 47 p.|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||77608123|
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Impact craters and basins, their numerous secondary craters. Wilhelms DE () Summary of lunar stratigraphy: telescopic observations. US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC Google Scholar Wilhelms DE, McCauley JF, Trask NJ () The geologic Summary of lunar stratigraphy -- telescopic observations book of the Moon.
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U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, Lunar Stratigraphy and Surface Ages Telescopic observations from the Earth, In summary, the Moon is a complex differentiated planetary object and much remains to be explored and discovered, especially regarding the origin of the Moon, the history of the Earth–Moon system, and processes that have operated in the inner solar system over.
Remote analysis of the lunar mare includes photogeologic observations, Apollo X- ray and 7 ray data and broader studies relating the spectral character of lunar soils to remotely acquired imagery.
The geologic history of the lunar south pole region is shaped by the creation of the immense (2, km diameter) and ancient ( to Ga) South Pole-Aitken (SPA) basin (Fassett and Minton, types of data: in situ investigations, analyses of lunar samples, telescopic observations, and spacecraft da tasets.
This initiative, New Views of the Moon stratigraphy, lunar crustal evolution, terrain form ation, cratering processes, tectonic and Summary of lunar.
s including the Rangers, Surveyors, and Lunar Orbiters, as well as Earth-based telescopic studies, laid the groundwork for the Apollo program and provided a basic understanding of the surface, its stratigraphy, and chronology.
Telescopic observations from the Earth, observations by spacecraft from lunar orbit, measurements on the lunar surface by manned and unmanned landed missions, the analyses of lunar samples including those returned by the Apollo and Luna missions, and lunar meteorites found on the Earth are important sources of information that were used to.
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Engineers, mission planners, planetary scientists, educators, and students interested in scientific study and exploration of the Moon will find this a unique and essential reference. The time between the first telescopic observation of the Moon by Galileo () to the Apollo and Luna landings in early s (and subsequent analysis of the lunar samples) span almost three centuries of observations, hypotheses and validation of popular theories that provided numerous perspectives on the astronomical, dynamical and geological aspects of the Moon (e.g., [17,18]).
The Lunar Sourcebook, a concisely presented collection of data gathered during the American and Soviet missions, is an accessible and complete one-volume reference encyclopedia of current scientific and technical information about the Moon.
This book provides a thorough introduction to lunar studies and a summary of current information. The introductory chapter cites questions, controversies, and milestones in the study of Mars, and also includes an annotated book list, basic data about the planet, and a guide to Martian seasons.
A chapter on telescopic observation credits the contributions made by many amateurs that have advanced our knowledge of variations observed on Mars. We present the first globally consistent map of lunar light plains from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera mosaics m/pixel.
Based on this map, ~70% of light plains are likely related to the Orientale and Imbrium basins; however, many light plains deposits originated with local‐ and regional‐scale impacts, nonmare volcanics (i.e., the Apennine Bench Formation), as well as.
An exhaustive summary would be far beyond the scope of National Research Council (NRC) reports, and COMPLEX is quick to admit that this report is far from exhaustive. The report first reviews nine topics that comprehensively describe contemporary Mars science (Chapters 2 through 10), working from the interior of the planet outward.
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C This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's quality scale. High This article has been rated as High-importance on. Early telescopic observations and orbital measurements of the lunar surface from the Clementine UV visible camera and the Galileo solid‐state imager identified exposures thought to be evidence of the Moon's primary anorthositic crust around the inner rings of lunar basins [e.g., Spudis et al., ; Hawke et al., ; Peterson.Lindsay, John F.
- Lunar Stratigraphy and Sedimentology (book), Elsevier, Melosh, - Impact cratering: A geologic process Moore et al, - Lunar Remote Sensing and Measurements - crater thermal anomalies Mutch, - Geology of the Moon (book) NASA SP - Analysis of APOLLO 10 Photography and Visual Observations (12 MB PDF).
We must begin from the summary of the first era in lunar exploration . The Lunar Source Book gives preference to the reduction hypothesis [1, 2.