The Gamma Ray Spectrometer (GRS) Data Interface is a web-based data selection and retrieval tool for the GRS Data Node. It is designed for scientists and the public who wish to access data from the Gamma Ray Spectrometer instrument suite on board the 2001 Mars Odyssey mission. Data may be queried and compiled by data type, time, and spatial coordinates (coming soon). For a step-by-step guide on how to use this tool, please follow the How To Use link at the left.
The Mars Odyssey Gamma Ray Spectrometer (GRS) is a set of three scientific instruments that work together and complement each other: the Gamma-Ray Spectrometer and Gamma Subsystem (GS), the Neutron Spectrometer (NS), and the High-Energy Neutron Detector (HEND). For more information on the spacecraft, please see the following documents:
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If you are a new user of the GRS Data Interface, please begin by reading the documentation available by web links in these pages, and start with the How to Use section, which offers step-by-step instructions with detailed explanations.
This software is a product of the GRS team of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
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