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Mare volcanism: Reinterpretation based on Kaguya Lunar Radar Sounder data.
Shoko Oshigami
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Oshu, Japan)
Shiho Watanabe
(Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan)
Yasushi Yamaguchi
(Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan)
Atsushi Yamaji
(Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan)
Takao Kobayashi
(Geological Research Division, Korean Institute of Geoscience and Mineral
Resources, Daejeon, Korea)
Atsushi Kumamoto
(Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)
Ken Ishiyama
(Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)
Takayuki Ono
(Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)
Journal of Geophysical Research, Planets, 2014
Introduction
This data set shows SAR-processed LRS data of 5 mare basins showing our
interpretations and the nadir tracks of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed lines) on the previous lithological maps [Hiesinger et al., 2000, 2003,
2010; Kodama and Yamaguchi, 2003; Morota et al., 2011].
fs01.pdf (Figure 6). (a) SAR-processed LRS data of Oceanus Procellarum showing our
interpretations. (b) The nadir tracks of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed lines) on the previous lithological map of Oceanus Procellarum [Hiesinger
et al., 2003; Morota et al., 2011]. The tracks over which subsurface reflectors are
detected are marked as the same color as in the LRS image.
fs02.pdf (Figure 7). (a) SAR-processed LRS data of Mare Smythii showing our
interpretations. (b) The nadir track of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed line) on the previous lithological map of Mare Smythii [Hiesinger et al.,
2010]. The tracks over which subsurface reflectors are detected are marked as the same
color as in the LRS image.
fs03.pdf (Figure 8). (a) SAR-processed LRS data of Mare Nectaris showing our
interpretations. (b) The nadir track of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed line) on the previous lithological map of Mare Nectaris [Kodama and
Yamaguchi, 2003]. The tracks over which subsurface reflectors are detected are marked
as the same color as in the LRS image.
fs04.pdf (Figure 9). (a) SAR-processed LRS data of Mare Humorum showing our
interpretations. (b) The nadir track of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed line) on the previous lithological map of Mare Humorum [Hiesinger et al.,
2000]. The tracks over which subsurface reflectors are detected are marked as the same
color as in the LRS image.
fs05.pdf (Figure 10). (a) SAR-processed LRS data of Mare Imbrium showing our
interpretations. (b) The nadir tracks of the Kaguya spacecraft corresponding to the LRS
data (dashed lines) on the previous lithological map of Mare Imbrium [Hiesinger et al.,
2000]. The tracks over which subsurface reflectors are detected are marked as the same
color as in the LRS image.
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