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, HST, and others.
Search Options: Surface geometry for moons, planets and rings, lighting geometry, resolution, and much more!
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Learn about how to use our data sets by following one of the “Missions and Data” links at left.
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Updated January 17, 2019 to version 2 of the dataset.
Version 2: includes
reprocessed versions of the material contained in the earlier version,
all subsequent RSS occultations obtained prior to the loss of the Cassini UltraStable Oscillator (USO) in late 2011;
occultations in three wavelength bands, K, S, and X
1 km and 10 km resolution diffraction corrected ring profiles;
higher resolution, calibrated, but diffraction-limited, optical depth and phase shift profiles of Saturn’s rings.
Our Research Proposal Support pages provide information and links to data for ROSES 2018 programs relevant to the Planetary Ring-Moon Systems Node. They also provide links to support pages for ROSES calls for previous years.