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DEM and DIM from Apollo Metric Images
Zack Moratto
post Nov 19 2011, 02:49 AM
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Hey UMSF,

You guys might find this interesting even after DLR/ASU just finished an epic LRO-WAC DEM.

http://byss.ndc.nasa.gov/stereopipeline/da...ollo_metric.kml

The above is a KML where you can view a Digitial Elevation Mosaic (DEM) and Digital Image Mosaic (DIM) that was created from about 4000 Apollo Metric Images. The final results are mosaics that cover about 18% of the Moon at 1024 pixels per degree with an average accuracy about 40 meters when compared to LOLA.
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