Announcement - September 17, 2018:
The DIVINER RDR Query tool has been updated to include new data from LRO PDS Release 35. You may need to clear any previously entered orbit critiera to see the new data.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's
Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment
is a multi-channel solar reflectance and infrared radiometer.
It is be the first instrument to create detailed, global maps of surface temperature over the lunar day and year.
Diviner's measurements are also used to map compositional variations, derive subsurface temperatures,
assess the stability of potential polar ice deposits,
and infer landing hazards such as roughness and rock abundance.
DIVINER RDR products are sets of data "frames" containing the following:
The RDR data tables are produced directly from the EDR data tables using Diviner software, geometry, and ephemeris data provided by the LRO project.
The RDR products are by organized by observation time into half-hour period files.
This DIVINER RDR query tool allows users to select RDR data from the products by area. In addition,
users may limit the results with additional query parameters.
The tool returns data in a variety of forms including an ASCII table identical in structure and fields as the standard DIVINER
RDR products. Users should review the DIVINER RDR Software Interface Specification (SIS)
The SIS can be found in the ODE DIVINER help page .
In addition to the RDR products, DIVINER offers a set of gridded data products (GDRs). The GDR products are RDR products assembled into global grids, with various resolution and channel combinations. DIVINER GDR products will meet many user needs and should be reviewed prior to using the DIVINER RDR Query.
Click the following links to view the results list of GDR Level 2 and Level 3 products.
- 16 sets of science data, with each set containing 192 sixteen-bit science measurements from the focal plane interface electronics obtained over integration periods of 0.128 seconds
- A single set of instrument engineering and housekeeping measurements (or "engineering data") acquired during the 2.048 second interval