Resources and Facilities
- 3D Facility at the University College of London Regional Planetary Image Facility
The UCL RPIF extended its role to include the processing of planetary data for scientific use, particularly the production of stereo digital terrain models. The facility provides the hardware and software necessary to process and produce high-resolution digital terrain models from different planetary bodies using stereo images. Contact the UCL RPIF for information and access.
- Beginner’s Guide to Stereo-derived DEM Production and Analysis using ISIS, ASO, and ArcMap
A brief beginners’ guide to producing and analyzing planetary stereo image-based digital elevation models
- Earth Impact Database
The Earth Impact Database is a source of information to assist the scientific, industrial, government and public communities in furthering collective knowledge of impact structures on Earth.
- LPI Clementine Mapping Project
Online tool for generating Clementine data maps of the Moon
- Lunar Distant Calculator
Distance calculator between two points on the Moon
Customize and download your own image of the planets and moons.
- MRCTR GIS Lab
USGS Astrogeology Mapping, Remote-sensing, Cartography, Technology, and Research GIS Lab aimed at the planetary research community includes specialized tools and tutorials.
- NASA 3D Resources
NASA collection of 3D models of asteroids, planetary surfaces, and spacecraft
- Resources for Earth and Planetary Research
Guide to locating resources for Earth and planetary research from National Air and Space Museum
- RGCPS GIS Facility
GIS laboratory with mapping and image processing workstation for authorized users. Workstations are equipped with Arizona State University licensed ArcGIS, ISIS 3, and ENVI 4.
- USGS/NASA Photogrammetry Guest Facility
The Facility is for planetary researchers, international scientists, and graduate students to training and perfect digital topographic modeling.