333 Works

Vis-NIR bidirectional reflection spectra (i=0,30,60°, e=0,30,60,70°, az=0,180°) of wet crusted Snow - Argentière (S2) at -10°C

Marie Dumont, Olivier Brissaud & Bernard Schmitt
Series of Vis-NIR bidirectional reflection spectra (i=0, 30, 60°, e=0, 30, 60, 70°, az=0, 180°) at -10°C of wet crusted Snow with ~0.5% mineral impurities - Argentière (S2)

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of Nontronite NAu-1, pure, mixed with Water ice, during and after ice sublimation

Stefan Schroeder, Olivier Poch, Marco Ferrari & Simone DeAngelis
We measured the reflectance spectra (from 0.5 to 4 µm) of the Nontronite NAu-1 pure (at 300-333 K, under high vacuum) and mixed inside water ice particles (1wt%, at 173 K), as well as during and after sublimation of the water ice under high vacuum (at 173 K). The spectrum of the porous surface of Nontronite obtained after sublimation exhibits a blue spectral slope.

NIR optical constant spectra of CH4 in solid solution in alpha and beta-N2 phases at 5 different temperatures (35K - 43K)

Eric Quirico & Bernard Schmitt
NIR optical constant spectra of CH4 in solid solution in two N2 ice phases: Beta-N2 phases at 43, 41, 38 and 36.5K. Changed to alpha-N2 phase at 35K

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra (i=0°, e=30° and 60°) of 4 lunar soils (Appolo 15, 16, 17) under ambient conditions

Pierre Beck & Sandra Potin
Visible Near-IR reflectance spectra (i=0°, e=30° and e=60°) of 4 lunar soils: 15041 (Appolo 15), 65701 (Appolo 16), 74241 (Appolo 17) and 78221 (Appolo 17), under ambient conditions acquired with SHADOWS spectro-gonio radiometer @ IPAG

NIR reflectance spectrum (i=0°, e=30°) of raw pieces, powdered samples and polished sections of ungrouped carbonaceous chondrites under ambient pressure and temperature

Lisa Krämer Ruggiu, Pierre Beck & Jolantha Eschrig
NIR reflectance spectrum (i=0°, e=30°) of raw pieces, powdered samples and polished sections of NWA 12957, Chwichiya 002, NWA 11750, NWA 11086, Aydar 003, NWA 5958,El Medano 100, El Medano 200, Acfer 094, Dhofar 2066, Kakangari, Los Vientos 200, NWA 8781, NWA 12472, NWA 12474, Sierra Gorda 009, Awsserd, Los Vientos 051, NWA 12334, NWA 12480, Coolidge and Jiddat Al Harasis 846 under ambient pressure and temperature

VUV absorbance spectra between 10 and 130 K of amorphous CH3CH2CN deposited at 10 K

Bhalamurugan Sivaraman, Rahul Kumar Kushwaha & Suendra Vikram Singh
VUV absorbance spectra between 10 and 130 K of amorphous CH3CH2CN deposited at 10 K

VUV absorbance spectra between 10 and 120 K of amorphous CH3CN deposited at 10 K

Bhalamurugan Sivaraman, Rahul Kumar Kushwaha & Suendra Vikram Singh
VUV absorbance spectra between 10 and 120 K of amorphous CH3CN deposited at 10 K

VUV absorbance spectra beetween 10 and 30K of amorphous N2:CO:CH4 ice mixture

Bhalamurugan Sivaraman, Rahul Kumar Kushwaha & Suendra Vikram Singh
VUV absorbance spectra at 10, 25 and 30K of amorphous N2:CO:CH4=100:1:1 ice mixture deposited at 10K

SSHADE/PLUS: \"Planetary Laboratory of University of Salento\" database

Francesca Mancarella & Marcella D'Elia
The PLUS database contains spectroscopic data of various types of study of minerals of planetological and astrobiological interest. The Laboratory house a collection of minerals and rocks that includes not only different species but also different classes and varieties and increase the collection continuously. The powdered samples are measured with various spectroscopic techniques from the UltraViolet to the Far-IR ranges (transmission, directional-hemispherical reflectance, specular reflection, etc.). It provides different levels of data from simple transmission...

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of a mix of three PAHs, PAHs mixed with CO2 snow and PAHs mixed with JSC Mars-1 simulant

Jacqueline Campbell, Bernard Schmitt, Pierre Beck & Olivier Brissaud
Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of a series of samples with a mix of 3 PAHs (Anthracene, Phenanthrene-d10 and Pyrene), JSC Mars-1 dust, PAHs mixed with CO2 snow with different abundances (0.1%, 0.54%, 0.67%) and 1.5% PAHs mixed with JSC Mars-1 dust

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of Roussillon pigments (PIG_0173_A): raw blocks, powders with different grain sizes and painted matter

Bernard Schmitt, Emilie Chalmin-Aljanabi & Aurélie Chassin de Kergommeaux
Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of Roussillon pigments (PIG_0173_A) as 4 raw blocks and 1 sawn, as powders with several grain sizes (<50µm, <160 µm, 100-200µm, 200-400µm, >400µm) and several densities, as a polished plot, and a painted matter on limestone

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of Bordezac pigments (Pig_0160_D): blocks, powders, plots and painted matters

Bernard Schmitt, Emilie Chalmin-Aljanabi & Aurélie Chassin de Kergommeaux
Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of Bordezac pigments (Pig_0160_D) as 2 raw blocks and 1 sawn (2 faces each), as a powder with grain sizes < 160 µm (2 densities: 0.91 and 1.53 g/cm3), as a polished plot and a painted matter on limestone

Optical constants of glassy SiS$_2$ in MIR/FIR

Birgit Begemann, Johann Dorschner, Thomas Henning & Harald Mutschke

Raman spectra of some sulfate minerals

Gilles Montagnac

Bidirectional Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of two tholins samples (+ mixtures with pyrrhotite) at various illumination-observation geometries (i=0°,30°,60° - e= -70° to 70°) and their extracted single scattering albedo and optical constants spectra

Marie Fayolle, Eric Quirico & Sandra Potin
Bidirectional Vis-NIR reflectance spectra (0.4-2.5 µm) of two tholins samples (99%-N2:1%-CH4:500ppm-CO and 95%-N2:5%-CH4:500ppm-CO) at various illumination-observation geometries (i=0°,30°,60° - e= -70° to 70°, step 10°) and their extracted single scattering albedo and optical constants spectra. Also series of 13 mixtures with pyrrhotite (from 1ppm to 5%)

Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of a powdered and a cut section of NWA4766 (basaltic shergottite) at various observational geometries

Lucia Mandon & Pierre Beck
Vis-NIR reflectance spectra of a powdered and a cut section of NWA4766 (basaltic shergottite) at various observational geometries with emergence angles between -60° and 60° by steps of 10° for the powder and between -50° and 50° by steps of 10° for the cut section sample

SSHADE/ROMA: ROck reflectance for MArtian in situ exploration database

Lucia Mandon, Pierre Beck, Cathy Quantin-Nataf, Erwin Dehouck, Patrick Thollot, Damien Loizeau & Matthieu Volat
The ROMA database provides the reflectance spectra between 0.4 µm and 3-4 µm of various terrestrial, Martian and synthethic samples, with a focus on intact rocks and Martian analogs. It includes higher-level data such as absorption bands parameters, as well as sample mineralogy estimated by whole-rock X-ray diffraction analyses.

SSHADE/GhoSST: \"Grenoble astropHysics and planetOlogy Solid Spectroscopy and Thermodynamics\" database

Bernard Schmitt, Philippe Bollard, Damien Albert & Lydie Bonal
The GhoSST database service contains spectroscopic experimental data of various types of solids of planetary and astrophysical interests. It covers different types of natural and synthetic solid samples (molecular solids / ices, minerals and rocks, organics and carbonaceous materials, meteorites, micrometeorites, IDPs...) measured with various spectroscopic techniques from the Vis to the Far-IR ranges (transmission, bidirectional reflectance (and BRDF), Raman and Fluorescence emissions, microscopy, ...). It provides different levels of data from simple transmission or...

Bidirectional reflectance spectra (340-4200nm) of powdered howardite and a sublimation residue of a Ceres simulant under various geometrical configurations (i=0°, 20°, 40°, 60°, e=-70° to 70°)

Sandra Potin
Bidirectional reflectance spectra (340-4200nm) of powdered howardite and a sublimation residue of a Ceres simulant under various geoemtrical configurations (i=0°, 20°, 40°, 60°, e=-70° to 70°, step 10°)

SSHADE/FAME: \"French Absorption spectroscopy beamline in Material and Environmental science\" database service

Isabelle Kieffer & Denis Testemale
EXAFS data collected at the ESRF BM30B FAME and BM16 FAME-UHD beamlines. HINT: to list all the spectra of a specific edge (e.g.: bromide K edge), search for "Br K edge" with the quotes. Nomenclature is K, L1, L2 and L3.

NIR reflectance spectrum (i=0°, e=30°) of bulk EOC chondrites under vacuum at T = 80°C

Jolantha Eschrig, Lydie Bonal & Pierre Beck
NIR reflectance spectra (i = 0°, e = 30°) of bulk EOC chondrites under vacuum at T = 80°C

Near-infrared reflectance spectra at low temperature (300-80K) of PE and AFE Ammonium biphosphate [(NH4)H2PO4] powders with three grain size ranges (32-80, 80-125 and 125-150µm)

Maximiliano Fastelli, Paola Comodi, Bernard Schmitt, Pierre Beck & Olivier Poch
Near-infrared reflectance spectra at low temperature (290-80K) of Ammonium biphosphate powder (PE & AFE) [(NH4)H2PO4] with 32-80 µm grain size and PE phase at room temperature (300K) with 80-125µm and 125-150µm grain sizes

Near-infrared reflectance spectra at low temperature (300-90K) of Salammoniac and delta-Ammonium chloride (phase IV) [NH4Cl] powders with three grain size ranges (32-80, 80-125 and 125-150µm)

Maximiliano Fastelli, Paola Comodi, Bernard Schmitt, Pierre Beck & Olivier Poch
Near-infrared reflectance spectra at low temperature of Salammoniac (beta-Ammonium chloride, phase II) (290-243K) and delta-Ammonium chloride (phase IV) (242-90K) powder [NH4Cl] with 32-80 µm grain size and Salammoniac powder at room temperature with 80-125µm and 125-150µm grain sizes

MIR absorbance spectra of CH4 ice at 25K for different deposition rates and different thicknesses

Nicolas Fray & Michaëlle Bouilloud
MIR absorbance spectra of CH4 ice at 25K for different deposition rates (0.17-1.28 nm/s) and different thicknesses (271-4465 nm)

Ion irradiation ($He^+$, $Ar^+$) of an Allende meteorite pellet probed by Raman spectroscopy

Rosario Brunetto
Raman spectra of pellet n°1 and n°2 of the Allende meteorite, with different irradiation spots on the surface. Raman micro-spectroscopy was performed at the SMIS beamline at SOLEIL using a DXR Raman micro-spectrometer from Thermo Fisher with a 532 nm exciting laser radiation, and a power on the sample lower than 0.3 mW, producing power densities lower than 300 W/mm2.

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