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A photometric function for analysis of lunar images in the visual and infrared based on Moon Mineralogy Mapper observations

A photometric function for analysis of lunar images in the visual and infrared based on Moon Mineralogy Mapper observations,10.1029/2010JE003733,Journ

A photometric function for analysis of lunar images in the visual and infrared based on Moon Mineralogy Mapper observations   (Citations: 8)
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M3 spectral images are used to generate wavelength-dependent photometric modelsThe empirical models treat lunar mare and highland regions separatelyThe models enable the correction of M3 spectral images to a standard geometry
Journal: Journal of Geophysical Research , vol. 116, 2011
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    • ...They are required for accurate photometric [Hicks et al., 2010] analysis and for the radio-...

    Joseph W. Boardmanet al. Measuring moonlight: An overview of the spatial properties, lunar cove...

    • ...of the approach in comparisons to terrestrial data discussed in section 3.1 and the reduced accuracy relative to analyses of laboratory data), and the data are fully calibrated (Green et al., submitted manuscript 2011), corrected for photometry [e.g., Hicks et al., 2011], and corrected for thermal emission [e.g., Clark et al., 2011] (all of which are part of ongoing efforts by the M 3 team), then deconvolutions of M 3 olivine‐ dominated ...

    Peter J. Isaacsonet al. Remote compositional analysis of lunar olivine-rich lithologies with M...

    • ...parameters [see, e.g., Hapke, 1981, 1984, 1986; Buratti, 1985], since these parameters are often impossible to uniquely fit [Helfenstein et al., 1988] and may not accurately portray physical truth [Shepard and Helfenstein, 2007]...

    B. J. Burattiet al. A wavelength-dependent visible and infrared spectrophotometric functio...

    • ...A thermal correction [Clark et al., 2011] and a photometric correction [Hicks et al., 2011] are under development but were not applied for this analysis...

    S. Besseet al. Compositional variability of the Marius Hills volcanic complex from th...

    • ...Specifically, we compare the recently calibrated and photometrically corrected M 3 images [Hicks et al., 2011; R. O. Green et al., The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) imaging spectrometer for lunar science: Instrument, calibration, and on‐orbit measurement performance, submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research, 2011] to Clementine DIMs [McEwen et al., 1998; McEwen and Robinson, 1997]...
    • ...calibration (Green et al., submitted manuscript, 2010), geometric control [Boardman et al., 2011], and photometric correction [Hicks et al., 2011], which are all fundamental for the comparison presented herein...
    • ...Boardman et al., 2011; Hicks et al., 2011] to bring the data to a level of processing similar to that of Clementine’s DIMs (Figure 2). This photometric correction does not include topography, instead it assumes a smooth sphere of radius = 1734 km, which is the same as the photometric calibration for Clementine...
    • ...There is also a gradient from east to west which is related to the photometry correction used for this study, which is still being improved [Hicks et al., 2011]...

    Georgiana Y. Krameret al. Newer views of the Moon: Comparing spectra from Clementine and the Moo...

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