|First Time Users|
|New and first time users may want to start by reading the aareadme.txt file. It provides additional documentation and general information regarding the UVVIS Digital Image Model CD archive.|
|Browse the Image Collection on this CD|
|You can view browse versions (at reduced spatial resolution) of enhanced color, color ratio, and b/w (750nm) images derived from the CD image products. See the browinfo.txt file for more information regarding the browse collection.|
|Enhanced Color Interface||Color Ratio Interface||b/w (750nm) Interface|
A detailed description of the Clementine UVVIS DIM with information about the organization and compilation of the database is provided in the file: volinfo.htm. Please refer to this document for more information.
The Clementine UVVIS Mosaic was compiled for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) under the direction of Eric M. Eliason (USGS) and Alfred McEwen (University of Arizona). Mark Robinson (Northwestern University) provided tremendous support and expertise in the compilation of the UVVIS DIM mosaic. Ella Lee and Tammy Becker headed the USGS technical group responsible for its compilation. Cartographic and archive design, data conversion for PDS compliance, and production of the CDs were performed by Chris Isbell. The Lunar Geometric Control network was derived by Mert Davies and Tim Colvin (both from the RAND Corporation). Generation of the UVVIS DIM is a very complex process that involves and depends on an extended number of people. See the acknowledgements section of the document/volinfo files for a complete list of those who contributed.
The Clementine UVVIS DIM can be obtained by contacting the Planetary Data System (PDS) Imaging Node. For more information contact Eric Eliason, U.S. Geological Survey, 2255 North Gemini Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 [telephone: (520) 556-7113, e-mail: email@example.com].
The image files are organized according to NASA's PDS standards. An image file (tile) is organized as a PDS labeled file containing an "image object". Additionally, each image file is associated with an Integrated Software for Imagers and Spectrometers (ISIS) "qube object" detached label. This detached label allows for images to be accessed and processed in the ISIS system (available through the USGS, Flagstaff, AZ). Within ISIS, users should reference the detached label file when accessing image files on this CD set. Other access tools are available that support the Clementine UVVIS DIM. A software tool called "MapMaker" enables users to extract seamless mosaics of images for any latitude-longitude region and at a variety of scales in different map projections. MapMaker, available for distribution through the PDS Imaging Node, can output images in a variety of formats common to the user community (gif, jpeg, tiff, PDS). Also, see the "NASAView" discussion below in the "Image Display for Full Resolution Image Products" section.
Digital storage requirements for the full resolution image products range from ~35MB to ~55MB. These images have the 'img' filename extension and are found in the 'data' directory.
The CD contents and directory structure are presented below. Directories (folders) are indicated by boldface type. Documentation and other ancillary support files may be viewed by selecting (clicking) the desired filename. Detailed documentation regarding the Clementine UVVIS datset are available in the aareadme (top level directory) and volinfo (document directory) files.
The browse/color, browse/ratio, and browse/750nm sub-directories each contain the following directory structure:
The following links allow for viewing browse images for each image product provided on the CD.