Fieber-Beyer IRTF Mainbelt Asteroid Spectra
The data set contains observations obtained with the NASA IRTF SpeX instrument covering the 0.7 to 2.5 micron near-infrared portion of the spectrum. The data set archives reduced, calibrated spectra which were obtained and used in Sherry Fieber-Beyer's Ph.D. dissertation at the University of North Dakota and archives reduced, calibrated spectra subsequent to 2010. The research focused on asteroids in a zone centered on the 3:1 resonance. These spectra were used to mineralogically characterize asteroids in this zone in an attempt to identify their meteorite analogs.
|PDS4 version||urn:nasa:pds:fieber-beyer-irtf-m-spectra::1.0||Browse||Download (3.2 Mb)|
|PDS3 version||EAR-A-I0046-3-FBIRTFSPEC-V3.0||Browse||Download (1.1 Mb)|
The PDS4 bundle was migrated from the PDS3 data set in October 2019. The data content is unchanged.
Use the following citation to reference this data set:
"Fieber-Beyer, S.K., Fieber-Beyer IRTF
Mainbelt Asteroid Spectra V3.0. EAR-A-I0046-3-FBIRTFSPEC-V3.0. NASA
Planetary Data System, 2015."
Superseded versions of this data set:
|EAR-A-I0046-3-FBIRTFSPEC-V2.0||Browse||Download (907 kb)|
|EAR-A-I0046-3-FBIRTFSPEC-V1.0||Browse||Download (718 kb)|