LROC


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AcronymDefinition
LROCLunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera
LROCLand Rover Owners Club (various locations)
LROCLocalization Receiver Operating Characteristic
LROCLibertarian Republican Organizing Committee
LROCLong Range Optical Camera
LROCLong Range Operating Criteria (Page, AZ; US Bureau of Reclamation)
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The LROC team anxiously awaited each image," said LROC principal investigator Mark Robinson of Arizona State University.
Our first images were taken along the moon's terminator - the dividing line between day and night - making us initially unsure of how they would turn out," said LROC Principal Investigator Mark Robinson of Arizona State University in Tempe.
The Ina and Hyginus depressions on the Moon are now thought to be only a few million years old and 27 of these so called 'lunar meniscus hollow' formations have now been imaged by the LROC.
It was a big surprise when I spotted graben in the far side highlands," said co-author Mark Robinson of the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University, principal investigator of LROC.
These might include inherent weaknesses in the differentiated nature of the lava tube 'crust' (some of the latest LROC imagery shows that this material is layered).
Artists including LRoc, The Runners, DJ Scorpio, DJ Don Cannon and Chuck Woo will join Hank Shocklee for the "How Can I Be Down?
8 million outstanding on its LROC preferred units due June 30, 2015.
Both craters are relatively small, perhaps 4 to 6 meters (about 13 to 20 feet) in diameter and both have faint, dark, ejecta patterns, which is unusual," said Mark Robinson, LROC principal investigator at Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Sciences, Tempe, Ariz.
Image LROC NAC M113168034R shows a feature strikingly similar to those natural arches formed by wind and water erosion on the Earth.
LROC principal investigator Mark Robinson as writing wrote in a blog post Friday.
Called the Global Lunar DTM 100 m topographic model (GLD100), this map was created based on data acquired by LRO's WAC, which is part of the LROC imaging system.
Ina appeared to be a one-of-a-kind feature until researchers from Arizona State University in Tempe and Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster in Germany spotted many similar regions in high-resolution images taken by the two Narrow Angle Cameras that are part of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, or LROC.