Galileo Jovian Ring Data.
Two instruments on the Galileo Spacecraft acquired data on Jupiter’s Ring
- The Solid State Imager (SSI) obtained high-resolution images at visual and infrared wavelengths.
- The Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) obtained multi-spectral images at wavelengths from 0.7 to 5.2 microns.
Finding Galileo Data
- **Use OPUS to search for specific Galileo SSI data products using a wide range of criteria. **
While the PDS Imaging Node is the primary
repository for all Galileo SSI and NIMS data, the Rings Node maintains subsets
of the data obtained by these two instruments, including all of the Jovian
Ring observatons. Pages of browse images of the Galileo ring observations are
Solid State Imager
Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer
Links outside the Rings Node
Access all Galileo SSI and NIMS data at the PDS Imaging Node by using the
Imaging Node’s updated Planetary Image Atlas, or by browsing data
volumes from the Galileo page at the Imaging Node.
The Galileo Mission Homepage.
The SSI instrument
The NIMS instrument