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    Lighting Geometry

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    Phase Angle Range
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    Filters

    Lat/Lon Bounding Box

    Center Latitude Range
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    Center Longitude Range
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    Time Constraints

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    Orbital Mission Constraints

    Declination
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    Sub Spacecraft Longitude
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    Target Distance
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    Twist Angle
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    Landed Mission Constraints


    Eye




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    Rover Instrument Azimuth
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    Site Solar Azimuth
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    PDS Archive Constraints

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    Advanced Constraints

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    MRO HiRISE Image Content   new

    Image Class
    (MRO HiRISE RDRs Only)





    Number of Bright Dunes

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    Number of Craters

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    Number of Dark Dunes

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    Number of Impacts

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    Number of Streaks

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    MSL Image Content   new


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    Confidence Level

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    Cassini ISS Image Content   new


    Image Class



    Galileo SSI Europa Image Content   new


    Image Class



    Process

    A random forest classifier was trained to classify individual pixels using image and texture features, followed by human review.

    Available Classes
    • Chaos - blocky, disturbed terrain
    • Crater - circular bowl-shaped depression, presumed from an impact
    • Datagap - missing data
    • Plains - smooth undisturbed terrain
    • Ridge - narrow curvilinear feature
    • Space - regions outside of Europa surface

    Maps



    Reports

    Select Report Fields:

    Selecting Images

    Images may be selected in three ways:

    - By clicking on their checkboxes on the right,
    - By clicking the "all on page" checkbox above, or
    - By clicking the "all in query" checkbox above.

    Selecting Fields

    Choose the fields you would like in your report by control-clicking them from the list (or Command-clicking on MacOS). Additionally, you may select a range of fields by first clicking on one field and then, while holding shift, clicking on a second field.

    If a particular product does not have a value for any of the chosen fields, an empty string will be entered in its place in the CSV file.

    Due to URI length restrictions, if the total character length of the fields you have chosen is greater than 2000, all available fields will be chosen automatically.

    Obtaining Report

    Once you have chosen some products on the right and selected fields from the box on the left, click the "Download CSV" button.

    If you chose either individual products or the "all products on page" option, a CSV file will be downloaded for you. If you chose the "all products in query" option, however, a WGET script will be created that can be sourced to obtain the CSV report.

    What is WGET?

    A WGET file can be used in Unix based operating systems (Solaris, Linux, MacOS). Source the WGET file in a terminal window to download your report.

    Windows users will need to install WGET before executing each wget command from the command prompt. To obtain WGET, either build the code from source or download one of the pre-built binaries recommended by GNU.

    NOTE: Secured access will require a .wgetrc file for authorization. Refer to your WGET help for setup information.

    Send questions via email to webmaster.

    Bulk File Download

    Selecting Images

    Images may be selected for download in three ways:

    - By clicking on their checkboxes on the right,
    - By clicking the "all on current page" checkbox above, or
    - By clicking the "all images returned by the current query" checkbox above.

    Downloading

    Once you have chosen the products you would like to download, click the "Create WGET File" button to generate a WGET file of all the selected images.

    As an alternative, images may be directly downloaded to the user's system with the "Bulk File Download" button. This is not a recommended approach, as the downloads will hog your browser's resources until they have all completed.

    What is WGET?

    A wget file can be used in Unix based operating systems (Solaris, Linux, macOS). Source the wget file in a terminal window to download products.

    Windows users will need to install wget before executing each wget command from the command prompt. To obtain wget, either build the code from source or download one of the pre-built binaries recommended by GNU.

    NOTE: Secured access will require a .wgetrc file for authorization. Refer to your wget help for setup information.

    Send questions via email to webmaster.

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