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MESSENGER Mercury Dual Imaging System (MDIS) Data Users’ Workshop 2013


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ISIS Demos and Materials from the Workshop

Hawkins, S. E., III, J. D. Boldt, E. H. Darlington (all at JHU/APL), R. Espiritu (ACT), R. E. Gold, B. Gotwols, M. P. Grey (both at JHU/APL), C. D. Hash (ACT), J. R. Hayes, S. E. Jaskulek, C. J. Kardian, Jr., M. R. Keller (all at JHU/APL), E. R. Malaret (ACT), S. L. Murchie, P. K. Murphy, K. Peacock, L. M. Prockter, R. A. Reiter (all at JHU/APL), M. S. Robinson (Arizona State Univ.), E. D. Schaefer, R. G. Shelton, R. E. Sterner, II, H. W. Taylor (all at JHU/APL), T. R. Watters (NASM), and B. D. Williams (JHU/APL), The Mercury Dual Imaging System on the MESSENGER spacecraft, Space Science Reviews, 131, 247-338, 2007.

Hawkins, S. E., III, S. L. Murchie (both at JHU/APL), K. J. Becker (USGS), C. M. Selby, F. S. Turner, M. W. Noble, N. L. Chabot, T. H. Choo, E. H. Darlington (all at JHU/APL), B. W. Denevi (Arizona State Univ.), D. L. Domingue, C. M. Ernst (both at JHU/APL), G. M. Holsclaw (Univ. Colorado), N. R. Laslo (JHU/APL), W. E. McClintock (Univ. Colorado), L. M. Prockter (JHU/APL), M. S. Robinson (Arizona State Univ.), S. C. Solomon (CIW), and R. E. Sterner, II (JHU/APL), In-flight performance of MESSENGER's Mercury Dual Imaging System, in Instruments and Methods for Astrobiology and Planetary Missions XII, edited by R. B. Hoover, G. V. Levin, A. Y. Rozanov, and K. D. Retherford, paper 74410Z, 12 pp., SPIE Proceedings, vol. 7441, SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2009.