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Multi-Temporal Database of Planetary Image Data

Welcome

The Multi-temporal Database of Planetary Image Data is a tool to identify the spatial and temporal coverage of planetary image data from Mars. Over one million image meta datasets from several missions and intruments are integrated into our database. Overlapping image data can be searched under user-defined spatial and temporal conditions. Furthermore, the temporal context of the data can be analysed.

  • Datasets

    The data selection panel gives you access to all datasets, integrated in the database. Click on a dataset to see the data availability on the map.

  • Multi-Temporal Search

    Images can be searched in temporal and spatial relation to other images.

  • Filter

    Filter the data temporaly by the date of acquisition, seasonaly by the solar longitude or in order to the acquisition geometry.

  • Navigation

    Click on the planet for global multi-spectral, topographical or geological information. For the selection of your area of interest draw a rectangle by holding Shift + or click on the area selection tool or insert the maximum and minimum coordinates.

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Datasets

  • CaSSIS
  • CRISM
  • CTX
  • HiRISE
  • HRSC
  • MOC
  • THEMIS
  • VIKING
  • GEOLOGY
  • MOLA
  • THEMIS
  • VIKING
  • - Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System

    Thomas N. et al. (2014) EPSC 2014, 9, 100.

  • CRISM - Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer of Mars

    Murchie S. et al. (2007) JGR 112, E05S03.

  • CTX - Context Camera

    Malin M. C. et al. (2007) JGR 112, E05S04.

  • HiRISE - High Resolution Imaging Science Instrument

    McEwen A. et al. (2007) JGR 112, E05S02.

  • HRSC - High Resolution Stereo Camera

    Jaumann R. et al. (2007) PSS 55, 928–952.

  • MOC - Mars Orbiter Camera

    Malin M. C. et al. (2010) Mars 5, 1-60.

  • THEMIS - THermal EMission Imaging Instrument

    Christensen P. R. et al. (2004) SSR 110, 85–130.

  • VIKING - Viking Orbiter

    Carr M. H. et al. (1972) Icarus 16, 1, 17-33.

  • GEOLOGY - Tanaka et al.

    Tanaka K. L. et al. (2014) ISSN, 2329-1311.

  • MOLA - Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter

    Smith D. E. et al. (2001) JGR 106, 23689.

  • THEMIS - Infrared Day/Night Mosaic

    Edwards C. S. et al. (2011) JGR 116, E10008.

  • VIKING - MDIM 2.1 Mosaic

    Archinal B. A. et al. (2003) ISPRS IV/9.

Support

Questions or Suggestions? We welcome any feedback you have on MUTED. If there are additional features or datasets you would like to see, let us know: muted.info@uni-muenster.de

Coordination

Prof. Dr. Harald Hiesinger

PD Dr. Dennis Reiss

Dr. Gino Erkeling

Thomas Heyer

Institut für Planetologie

Reference

When using MUTED in research work, we encourage you to cite following reference in publications or presentations:

Heyer et al. (2017) LPSC Abstract #1019.

Scientific applications of the multi-temporal search of planetary image data based on a previous version of MUTED are presented by:

Erkeling et al. (2016) PSS 125, 43-61.