Hayabusa2 MASCOT Camera Bundle

This bundle collects all the operational data products produced by the Hayabusa2 MASCOT Camera (MASCAM). MASCAM is a wide-angle camera that takes pictures during the descent to the asteroid surface and on the surface. It has LED illumination devices in 4 colors: red, green, blue, and near-infrared. These LEDs were used in nighttime to acquire reflectance images in different wavelengths.

Status: Archived
Release date: Aug. 30, 2023

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Use the following citation to reference this data set:

Jaumann, R; Schmitz, N; Koncz, A.; Michaelis, H.; Schroeder, S.E.; Mottola, Trauthan, S.F.; Hoffmann, H.; Roatsch, T.; Jobs, D.; Kachlicki, J.; Pforte, B.; Terzer, R.; Tschentscher, M; Weisse, S.; Müller, U.; Perez-Prieto, L.; Broll, B.; Kruselburger, A.; Ho, T.-M.; Biele, J.; Ulamec, S.; Krause, C.; Grott, M.; Bibring, J.-P.; Watanabe, S.; Sugita, S.; Okada, T.; Yoshikawa, M.; Yabuta; Hayabusa2 MASCOT Camera Bundle V1.0, NASA Planetary Data System, 2023, https://doi.org/10.17597/isas.darts/hyb2-00800