Mini-RF S-band Radar Characterization of a Lunar South Pole-Crossing Tycho Ray: Implications for Sampling Strategies

Dataset DOI

Draft

Author(s)

Caleb I. Fassett, Brett W. Denevi, Heather M. Meyer, Catherine D. Neish, Gareth A. Morgan, Joshua T. S. Cahill, Angela M. Stickle, G. Wesley Patterson

Journal

Planetary Science Journal TBD: TBD

Publication DOI

TBD

Publication Year

2024

Description

Data behind the figures for the publication in the Planetary Science Journal.  Data is in .mat format, which is a Matlab save file which can also be read by open languages such as Python. The accompanying code, in .m format, is a Matlab code that will recreate the figures. The .m code can be read by any text editor application. All figures are also provided as pngs. Figures 7 and 8 are provided as GeoTiffs, where the first channel is S1, second channel S2, third channel S3, and the fourth channel S4 (i.e., the four Stokes parameters).

Files

Preview Filename Description
haworth_stokes.tif

GeoTiff for Figure 8, the Haworth candidate landing site. This is a mosaic of two Mini-RF collects: lsz_04938_1cd_xku_87s336_v1
lsz_02364_1cd_xku_87s327_v1

newton_stokes.tif

GeoTiff for Figure 7, the Newton crater group. This is a mosaic of four Mini-RF collects:
lsz_04367_1cd_xku_82s337_v1
lsz_04369_1cd_xku_82s335_v1
lsz_04367_1cd_xku_77s344_v1
lsz_04369_1cd_xku_77s342_v1

figuredata.zip

Zip file with MakeFigures.m, the Matlab code that will recreate the figures, and RiveraValentinETAL_2024_PSJ_AccompanyingData.mat, the Matlab data needed to re-make the figures.

figures.zip

Zip file with all of the Figures in the paper in png format.

Uploaded by rivereg1 on Feb. 9, 2024, 2:52 p.m.
Last modified Feb. 29, 2024, 4:36 p.m.