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Statistics for MRO
monitorlizard
post Mar 19 2012, 09:33 PM
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Since many people enjoy statistics on Oppy and Spirit, I thought I'd pass along some numbers for MRO given at the February "Proposed 2018 NASA and ESA Joint Rover Mission" workshop. As of late February:

HiRISE 22,108 images/2591 stereo pairs/1.42% of surface covered

CRISM 19,118 targeted observations/77% surface cov @ 200 m res in 72 channels/17% surface cov 200 m 260 chs

CTX 43,582 images/70.9% surface covered

SHARAD 10,366 observing strips

MARCI 97% of Mars monitored for 2.8 Mars years with Daily Global Maps

MCS 87% Mars monitored for 2.8 Mars years = 73.5 million profiles

Gravity 2.8 Mars years

Science Data Return = approx. 150.2 terabits


Instrument Degradations: HiRISE 1 of 14 CPMMs (CCD chips) failed, reducing swath width by 10%
(extra swath length obtained to maintain allocated data amount)

CRISM 1 of 3 cryocoolers failed resulting in strategy to make IR observations only 2 of every 8
weeks (much of which is for proposed future landing sites)
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post Mar 19 2012, 09:53 PM
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Above is from: http://marsnext.jpl.nasa.gov/workshops/201..._MRO_Status.pdf
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