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OSIRIS-REx data in the PDS
elakdawalla
post Feb 27 2019, 09:58 PM
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Hi folks, a short while ago OSIRIS-REx made its (long delayed) first deposit of data to the PDS, covering the Earth flyby and some of the cruise phase. I've made one of my handy-dandy browse pages to all the Earth flyby data in case anybody wants to play with it. I'll be posting a blog entry about this tomorrow, but am giving y'all a sneak preview smile.gif

https://planetary.s3.amazonaws.com/data/orex/orex_efb.html


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palebutdot
post Oct 21 2019, 04:08 PM
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Thanks Emily!
Here a gif of some the Earth & Moon images from the EGA data:
https://sbnarchive.psi.edu/pds4/orex/orex.t...s/data_raw/ega/

I also processed 20170925T022612S674_nft_L0, doesn't look like there were any color filters applied, would be grateful if you could take a look.
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