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Published June 30, 2021 by CRC Press
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The early 21st century marks a new era in space exploration. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States, The European Space Agency (ESA), as well as space agencies of Japan, China, India, and other countries have sent their probes to the Moon, Mars, and other planets in the solar system. Planetary Remote Sensing and Mapping introduces original research and new developments in the areas of planetary remote sensing, photogrammetry, mapping, GIS, and planetary science resulting from the recent space exploration missions.



Topics covered include:







  • Reference systems of planetary bodies


  • Planetary exploration missions and sensors


  • Geometric information extraction from planetary remote sensing data


  • Feature information extraction from planetary remote sensing data


  • Planetary remote sensing data fusion


  • Planetary data management and presentation






Planetary Remote Sensing and Mapping will serve scientists and professionals working in the planetary remote sensing and mapping areas, as well as planetary probe designers, engineers, and planetary geologists and geophysicists. It also provides useful reading material for university teachers and students in the broader areas of remote sensing, photogrammetry, cartography, GIS, and geodesy.

Table of Contents

SECTION I: REFERENCE SYSTEMS OF PLANETARY BODIES

Chapter 1 A technical framework for construction of new-generation lunar global control network using multi-mission data
K. Di, B. Liu, M. Peng, X. Xin, M. Jia, W. Zuo, J. Ping, B. Wu and J. Oberst

Chapter 2 Basic geodetic and dynamical parameters of Saturn’s moon Enceladus: A key target of future exploration
A. Stark, H. Hussmann, J. Oberst, B. Giese, F. Sohl, D. Shoji, K. Wickhusen and M. Wählisch

Chapter 3 On the applicability of physically defined height systems for telluric planets and moons
R. Tenzer and I. Foroughi

SECTION II: PLANETARY EXPLORATION MISSIONS AND SENSORS

Chapter 4 Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko through the eyes of the Rosetta/OSIRIS cameras
C. Güttler and the OSIRIS Team

Chapter 5 The BepiColombo Laser Altimeter (BELA): An instrument for geodetic investigations of Mercury
H. Hussmann, J. Oberst, A. Stark, G. Steinbrügge

Chapter 6 Mars orbit optical remote sensor: High- and medium-resolution integrated stereo camera
Q. Meng, D. Wang and J. Dong

Chapter 7 Mission profile and design challenges of Mars landing exploration
J. Dong, Z. Sun, W. Rao, Y. Jia, C. Wang, B. Chen and Y. Chu

SECTION III: GEOMETRIC INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM PLANETARY REMOTE SENSING DATA

Chapter 8 Correcting spacecraft jitter in HiRISE images
S. S. Sutton, A. K. Boyd, R. L. Kirk, D. Cook, J. W. Backer, A. Fennema, R. Heyd, A. S. McEwen and S. D. Mirchandani

Chapter 9 Community tools for cartographic and photogrammetric processing of Mars Express HRSC images
R. L. Kirk, E. Howington-Kraus, K. Edmundson, B. Redding, D. Galuszka, T. Hare and K. Gwinner

Chapter 10 Photogrammetric processing of LROC NAC images for precision lunar topographic mapping
B. Wu, H. Hu and W. C. Liu

Chapter 11 Mercury stereo topographic mapping using data from the MESSENGER orbital mission
F. Preusker, J. Oberst, A. Stark and S. Burmeister

SECTION IV: FEATURE INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM PLANETARY REMOTE SENSING DATA

Chapter 12 Automatic crater detection for mapping of planetary surface age
A. L. Salih, A. Lompart, P. Schulte, M. Mühlbauer, A. Grumpe, C. Wöhler and H. Hiesinger

Chapter 13 Small craters on the Moon: Focus on Tycho’s crater rays
R. Bugiolacchi

Chapter 14 Elemental and topographic mapping of lava flow structures in Mare Serenitatis on the Moon
A. Grumpe, C. Wöhler, D. Rommel, M. Bhatt and U. Mall

Chapter 15 Mineral abundance and particle size distribution derived from in situ spectra measurements of the Chang’E-3 Yutu rover
H. Lin, X. Zhang, X. Wu, Y. Yang and D. Guo

SECTION V: PLANETARY REMOTE SENSING DATA FUSION

Chapter 16 Fusion of multi-scale DEMs from Chang’E-3 descent and Navcam images using compressed sensing method
M. Peng, W. Wen, Z. Liu and K. Di

Chapter 17 Co-registration of lunar imagery and digital elevation model constrained by both geometric and photometric information
B. Liu, X. Xin, K. Di, M. Jia and J. Oberst

Chapter 18 Co-registration of multiple-source DEMs for correlated slope analysis at different scales on Mars
Y. Wang and B. Wu

SECTION VI: PLANETARY DATA MANAGEMENT AND PRESENTATION

Chapter 19 Status and future developments in planetary cartography and mapping
A. Naß, K. Di, S. Elgner, S. van Gasselt, T. Hare, H. Hargitai, I. Karachevtseva, E. Kersten, N. Manaud, T. Roatsch, A. P. Rossi, J. Skinner, Jr. and M. Wählisch

Chapter 20 The lunar sub-polar areas: Morphometric analysis and mapping
A.A. Kokhanov, I.P. Karachevtseva, N.A. Kozlova and Zh.F. Rodionova

Chapter 21 Geoportal of planetary data: Concept, methods and implementations
I. P. Karachevtseva, A. S. Garov, A. E. Zubarev, E. V. Matveev, A. A. Kokhanov and A. Yu. Zharkova

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