[Clementine NIR image of Froelich crater]
Clementine CD-ROMs at NSSDCA

All 88 CD-ROM volumes of the Clementine raw image collection are available at NSSDCA. These disks are arranged by Clementine orbit number, with 3 to 5 orbits contained per CD, starting with orbit 32, the beginning of the lunar mapping phase. An index of the orbits and locations of the coverage for each CD is available. The raw images from all imaging sensors (UV/Visible, Near IR, Long-Wavelength IR, High Resolution, and Star Tracker cameras) will be included for each orbit. The image at the top of the page was taken by the Near IR camera on March 8, 1994 from an altitude of 1600 km. It shows the 55 km diameter crater Froelich, centered at approximately 80 N, 110 W, and part of the crater Lovelace.

The disks were prepared by the Clementine project and the Planetary Data System. Both browse and full resolution images are contained on the CDs, most in compressed format. Decompression, formatting and viewing software are included on all disks. The disks can be read on Macintosh, DOS, and UNIX platforms.

Information on ordering these CD's is available in the CD-ROM Catalog. Note that a set of the more "user friendly" Lunar Digital Image Models (LDIMs), which are processed mosaics of these raw Clementine images, is now available. This is a 15 volume CD-ROM set containing mosaicked, lower resolution images of the Moon, similar to the Viking MDIM CD-ROMs compared to the Viking raw image (EDR) CDs. Also available are High Resolution Strip Mosaic CD-ROMs from the Clementine HiRes Camera.

Detailed Information on the CD-ROMs - NSSDCA Master Catalog
The CD-ROM AAREADME file - Further Information from the CD's
Clementine CD and Orbit Index - Areal coverage and CD volume for each orbit
Clementine Page - Information on the Clementine mission
CD-ROM Catalog - Order the Clementine EDR CD-ROMs

Other Lunar Missions - Information on Apollo, Lunar Orbiter, etc.
NSSDCA Planetary page

Dr. David R. Williams, dave.williams@nasa.gov
NSSDCA, Mail Code 690.1
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771

NASA Official: Ed Grayzeck, edwin.j.grayzeck@nasa.gov
Last Updated: 30 December 2004, DRW