The Ring-Moon Systems Node of NASA's Planetary Data System is devoted to archiving, cataloging, and distributing scientific data sets relevant to planetary rings and moons, and the ways they interact.
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Systems: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Missions: Cassini, New Horizons, Voyager, Galileo, and HST.
Search Options: Surface geometry for moons, planets and rings, lighting geometry, resolution, and much more!
Browse our Data holdings using Viewmaster
Learn about how to use our data sets by following one of the “Missions and Data” links at left.
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The Cassini RSS, UVIS and VIMS occultation datasets are now version 2.
Combined the three datasets contain more than 1400 ring radial profiles spanning the entire Cassini mission.
See our Occultations page for more information and links to the data.
Our Research Proposal Support pages provide information and links to data for ROSES 2020 programs relevant to the Planetary Ring-Moon Systems Node. They also provide links to support pages for ROSES calls for previous years.
See the Mission Report Section of our Cassini home page for links to the full Volume 1 document and extracted sections of that document relevant to the RMS Node.</b>
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