17 Works

SSHADE/BYPASS: Bern icY Planetary Analogues Solid Spectroscopy

Antoine Pommerol & Olivier Poch
This database provides access to the data measured in the Laboratory for Outflow Studies of Sublimating Materials (LOSSy) of the University of Bern. In the laboratory, we are preparing and analyzing analogs of planetary or cometary surfaces composed of pure or mixed ices or dust-ice mixtures to study their optical properties and dynamic evolution under simulated conditions. The collected data can be used to predict photometric properties or to interpret observational data of icy-dust planetary...

SSHADE/REFL_SLAB: Reflectance Spectroscopy Laboratory

Cristian Carli
REFL_SLAB database consists of bi-directional reflectance spectra acquired with standard geometry (i = 30°, e = 0°) in the visible and near infrared (0.35-4.2 µm). It will contain spectra of rock forming minerals and their mixtures, like plagioclase and mafic minerals, salts and their hydrates, as well as igneous rocks and igneous glassy with variable compositions. Spectra will be associated with mineral/bulk chemistry.

SSHADE: \"Solid Spectroscopy Hosting Architecture of Databases and Expertise\"

Bernard Schmitt, Philippe Bollard, Damien Albert, Alexandre Garenne, Maria Gorbacheva, Lydie Bonal, Pierre Volcke & the SSHADE Partner's Consortium and
SSHADE is the database infrastructure and interface that contains and provides access to the experimental and field spectroscopic data of solids of all partner's databases. It is also the central database containing all the common data on the fundamental species (atoms, molecules, chemical functions, chemical bonds), the fondamental phases (minerals, solids, liquids), the objects (meteorites, micrometeorites, IDPs), the planetary bodies, the international matters, and the publications. It also contains a bandlist database of molecular solids...

SSHADE/DOCCD: Jena (AIU) Database of Optical Constants for Cosmic Dust

Harald Mutschke & Jürgen Weiprecht
Database of optical constants of solids with relevance to cosmic dust, created at AIU Jena 1992 - ..., based on spectroscopic measurements in the Astrophysical Laboratory of AIU Jena

SSHADE/CSS: Cold Surface Spectroscopy Facility database

Bernard Schmitt, Pierre Beck & Olivier Brissaud
The Cold Surfaces Spectroscopy Facility at Institut de Planétologie et Astrophysique de Grenoble (IPAG) Grenoble, France, is a facility of the Trans-National Access Distributed Planetary Simulation Facility activity (TA2 - DPSF) of the Europlanet 2020-RI and 2024-RI programs funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements N°654208 and N°871149. Its "CSS database" provides access to the spectral data recorded by various groups during visits within the Trans-National Access program,...

SSHADE/PaSSTEL: PlanetAry Surface Spectroscopy Toulouse Experimental Laboratory

Patrick Pinet & Yves Daydou
PaSSTEL database is aimed at characterizing the optical response of geological targets ranging from controlled powders to complex slab rock samples. It mainly consists of visible-near infrared bidirectional reflectance measurements performed on natural mineral solid solution samples, involving pyroxene and/or olivine minerals, with controlled grain size ranging from 45 µm to 2 mm, with six defined granulometric classes. Samples are derived from natural volcanic products with diverse contents of rock fragments, monocrystals and glass, various...

SSHADE/COMEDA: COmetary, MEteoroids, Dust and Analogs

Andrea Longobardo & Alessandra Rotundi
Database of cometary, dust and analogs Raman, MicroIR and IR spectra

SSHADE/LSD: Layered Silicates Database

Arkadiusz Derkowski, Artur Kuligiewicz, Małgorzata Lempart, Vassilis Gionis & Georgios Chryssikos
Layered Silicates Database is managed by Clay Minerals Laboratory of the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CML, IGS PAS). The aim of LSD is to present spectra of layered silicates amd other related materials, with emphasis of minerals that are suspected to be present on Mars. Among others, LSD contains: (1) Attenuated Total Reflection (ATR) Mid Infrared spectra of smectites in H2O and D2O wet states under various relative humidities;...

SSHADE/SPAN: Spectroscopy of Planetary Aerosol aNalogues

Nathalie Carrasco & Thomas Gautier
Database of spectroscopy of planetary aerosol analogues

SSHADE/STOPCODA: Database for SpecTroscopy and Optical Properties of Cosmic Dust Analogues

Karine Demyk & Yves Daydou
The data base contains mass absorption coefficients and the optical constants of analogues of cosmic dust obtained in the NIR-millimeter spectral range.

SSHADE/SOSYPOL: SOlar SYstem analogues database POLand

Joanna Gurgurewicz & Daniel Mège
The database of the Solar System Dynamics and Planetology Group of the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences (SSDPG, SRC PAS) contains: (1) Vis and NIR reflectance spectra of basalts altered in cold (Udokan, Siberia) and hot (Ogaden, Ethiopia) arid environments collected to help interpreting the spectra of the surface of Mars; (2) NIR and MIR reflectance spectra of several mixtures of ice and organic matter at various temperature and pressure conditions...

SSHADE/DAYSY: Database for AstrochemistrY and SpectroscopY at IAS-Orsay

Rosario Brunetto & Donia Baklouti
Spectroscopic laboratory data measured by the "Astrochemistry group" of IAS lab in Orsay (France) on cosmo-materials (meteorites, IDPs, dust from sample return missions, etc.) and synthesized and/or processed analogues of astrophysical interest

SSHADE/SCOOP: Spectroscopy of organic COmpounds fOr Planetology

Nicolas Fray
SCOOP is a database on the spectroscopy of pure or mixed ices and of organics of planetary and astrophysical interests. The database contains transmission spectra from 2.5 to 12 µm measured at temperature ranging from 20 to 300 K under vacuum conditions. Many of these spectra results from chemical studies, induced by VUV photolysis and/or heating from 20 to 300 K, from an initial mixture of reactants. Some series of spectra show the spectroscopic and...

SSHADE/REAP: Raman Experiments for Astrobiology and Planetology

Gilles Montagnac
Raman Experiments for Astrobiology and Planetology (REAP) is a library of in situ Raman spectra of representative minerals and organic compounds from planetary systems.

SSHADE/SSTONE: Solid Spectroscopy daTabase Of NantEs

Manuel Giraud & Marion Massé
Solid state spectroscopy database of the planetary laboratory of Nantes. SSTONE is a database on “spectroscopy of solids and ices” of planetary interest. It uses various types of spectroscopic techniques: Visible and Near Infrared bidirectionnal reflectance of granular or compact surfaces, microscopy of grains, Raman scattering. Spectra are acquired directly on the field or in the laboratory in various environmental conditions: terrestrial or analogous planetary conditions (low to high temperature, low to high pressure, gas...

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.

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...

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