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sshade:databases:sosypol [2019/07/09 06:25]
Bernard Schmitt
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Joanna Gurgurewicz
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 === SOlar SYstem analogues database POLand === === SOlar SYstem analogues database POLand ===
  
-Solar System Dynamics and Planetology Group (SSDPG) - Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences (SRC-PAS), Warsaw, Poland*+Solar System Dynamics and Planetology Group (SSDPG) - Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences (SRC-PAS), Warsaw, Poland *
  
    * //​Scientific Manager//: Joanna Gurgurewicz    * //​Scientific Manager//: Joanna Gurgurewicz
    * //Database Manager//: Joanna Gurgurewicz    * //Database Manager//: Joanna Gurgurewicz
-   * //Data Providers//:​ Daniel Mège+   * //Data Providers//: ​Joanna Gurgurewicz, ​Daniel Mège
  
-<​sub>//​This database started its development at Planetary Geology Laboratory (PGL) - Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences (IGS-PAS), Research Centre in Wroclaw, Poland//</​sub>​+<​sub>//​This database started its development at Planetary Geology Laboratory (PGL) - Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences (IGS-PAS), Research Centre in Wroclaw, Poland//</​sub>​
  
  
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-//​**SOSYPOL**//​ is a database on spectra of analogue materials of Solar System solid body surfaces, collected to help interpreting spectra obtained by various space missions. Currently the samples ​studied ​are various altered basalts and mixtures of ice and organic matter (tholins). The spectroscopic technique ​used is visible, near-infrared and mid-infrared reflectance. The spectra are collected in simulated environmental conditions, ambient conditions, as well as during field campaigns.+//​**SOSYPOL**//​ is a database on spectra of analogue materials of Solar System solid body surfaces, collected to help interpreting spectra obtained by various space missions. Currently the studied ​samples include ​various altered basalts and mixtures of ice and organic matter (tholins). The used spectroscopic technique is visible, near-infrared and mid-infrared reflectance. The spectra are collected in simulated environmental conditions, ambient conditions, as well as during field campaigns.
  
   * [[sshade:​databases:​sosypol:​samples|Samples and Spectra]]   * [[sshade:​databases:​sosypol:​samples|Samples and Spectra]]
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-☛ [[https://​www.sshade.eu/​db/​sosypol|Access to the SSHADE\SOSYPOL search page.]]+☛ [[https://​www.sshade.eu/​db/​sosypol|Access to the SSHADE\SOSYPOL search page]]
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