Zuo Wei; Li Chunlai; Zhang Zhoubin
Source Publicationchinesejournalofgeochemistry
AbstractThe Chang'E-1 and Chang'E-2 missions have successfully obtained a huge amount of lunar scientific data, through the seven onboard instruments including a CCD stereo camera, a laser altimeter, an interference imaging spectrometer, an X-ray spectrometer, a microwave radiometer, a high-energy particle detector and a solar-wind ion detector. Most of the Chang'E data are now publicly available to the science community, and this article serves as an official guide on how these data are classified and organized, and how they can be retrieved from This article also presents the detailed specifications of various instruments and gives examples of research progress made based on these instruments.
Document Type期刊论文
First Author AffilicationNational Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Zuo Wei,Li Chunlai,Zhang Zhoubin. scientificdataandtheirreleaseofchange1andchange2[J]. chinesejournalofgeochemistry,2014,33(1):24.
APA Zuo Wei,Li Chunlai,&Zhang Zhoubin.(2014).scientificdataandtheirreleaseofchange1andchange2.chinesejournalofgeochemistry,33(1),24.
MLA Zuo Wei,et al."scientificdataandtheirreleaseofchange1andchange2".chinesejournalofgeochemistry 33.1(2014):24.
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