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.

Beta Press Release Galleries Organization

Reorganized Galleries (beta).

  • The gallery contents have been updated for releases through early July 2018.
OPUS Data Search

Outer Planets Unified Search (OPUS) - Our Data Search Tool

  • The OPUS API can be accessed directly. See instructions in the OPUS API Guide.
  • Supports surface searches for the planet, satellites and rings (e.g., latitudes & longitudes).
  • Uses comprehensive target lists for Cassini ISS & VIMS, New Horizons LORRI, and Voyager ISS.
  • Provides numerous viewing, illumination, spacecraft and instrument constraints.
ROSES 2018 Proposal Support
  • 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.
  • CDAP 2018 NOTE: ROSES-18 Amendment 20 notes that Cassini Data Release 54 is eligible for C.26, not C.10.”
New Data Browser

Viewmaster

  • Now it is quicker and easier (and more fun) than ever to browse our on-line data collection.
  • Related files such as preview images, diagrams, indices, and calibrated versions of files are always shown on the same page.

  • Links to download tar.gz archives of entire collections are never more than one click away.
PDS at the Cassini Science Symposium
  • Mitch will be attending the Symposium and available for one-on-one discussions (PDS4 or RMS questions). Contact him to coordinate, mgordon@seti.org 276-393-8822, or
  • Leave a note at his poster: “Cassini and the PDS Ring-Moon Systems Node”, in the ICY SATELLITES & RINGS poster session.
  • In addition Emily Law from the PDS Engineering Node will be attending and available for general PDS discussions. Contact her Emily.law@jpl.nasa.gov 818-667-5535.