Near-infrared spectra (0.6 – 2.6 µm) for small lunar areas (3-20 Km) acquired using a CVF spectrometer at Mauna Kea.
Lunar Soil Characterization Consortium (LSCC) soil spectra
Bidirectional reflectance spectra (0.3 to 2.6 µm) for a representative suite of lunar mare soils and their size separates.
Adams: Diffuse reflectance (0.35-2.5 µm) of lunar samples.
Directional hemispheric (diffuse) reflectance spectra of lunar samples measured by John B. Adams. These data were acquired using a Beckman Dk-2A, using both gold and smoked MgO as standards, during the 1970’s.
Gaffey: Diffuse reflectance (0.35-2.5 µm) of meteorites.
These spectra were acquired as directional hemispheric spectra using the Adams Beckman Dk-2A.
Hiroi et al.: VNIR spectral survey (0.25-2.5 µm) of NIPR Martian meteorite chips
Bidirectional diffuse reflectance spectra of Martian meteorite chips stored at the National Institute of Polar Research measured using Bunko-Keiki bidirectional UV-Vis-NIR spectrometer located in Mizusawa, Japan (when the data were measured).
Bidirectional reflectance spectra of a suite of synthetic pyroxenes (synthesized by Don Lindsley).
Coordinated mineralogy/petrography/spectroscopy data for a suite of lunar basalt samples.