The second table below now includes links to preview images for all UVIS
Since UVIS observations contain a lot of imformation which is target dependent,
representing that information with reasonable fidelity is complex. Consequently
we have provided a key for the UVIS previews..
In addition to the raw data referenced below, the PDS Rings node
has a new, data set of Saturn ring radial profiles
derived from UVIS stellar occultation data. The data include ring
radial profiles at 1 and 10 km resolution from more than 50 UVIS
stellar occultations. The data set is still being compiled and has
not undergone peer review.
Since the data has not undergone peer review, users should exercise
caution when using the data.
Please contact us if you encounter difficulties
with the data, identify errors in the data set, or have suggestions for
improvement of the data set.
Getting the Data You Want
The tables below contain links to all of the available raw UVIS data,
including all four 'phases': calibration, cruise, Jupiter, and Saturn data.
This data is also available through the
PDS Atmospheres Node.
For each phase, individual observations are grouped by observation
type into one of five virtual "data sets" (cruise and Jupiter calibration data are
combined in a single data set). Here are the data product types associated with each
data set identifier:
-calib- Calibration data.
-cube- Spatial spectral image cubes.
-spec- Edited spectra.
-ssb- Solar and stellar occulation data.
-wav- Images taken at a single wavelength.
However, the data are physically organized into chronological "volumes"
that are mission phase and data set independent.
Consequently, any given volume will contain data products from
several data sets and in some instances from multiple mission phases.
For more information about the organization
and naming conventions used in the UVIS archive, see
About UVIS Data.
The following tables provide links to individual volumes.
The first table identifies which volumes which contain data products for each
of the data set types.
The second table is arranged by volume and includes temporal coverage
information and links to various options including directories of
Review a volume on-line by clicking the volume ID
in either table.
Download an entire volume, by right clicking on that
volume's "Bundled" link in the second table.
The bundled volumes are provided in .tar.gz format. For
information on opening files of this type, click
PREVIEW will take you to a directory containing
sub-directories of preview images for each UVIS cube in the volume.
The preview images contain a wealth of information.
The key for the preview images is in
Available Data sets and the volumes which contain them
To determine which volumes meet the publicly available criteria for a
specific ROSES Announcement please see the appropriate DAP
page under our Proposal Support pages.