Posts Tagged ‘lunar seismology’

Data QC on the Moon – Part 2

Data QC on the Moon - Part 2

So, for my last post on Data QC issues using the terribly fascinating Apollo Lunar data-set from the 1970’s, we look at a few Diurnal Spectrograms for their unique insight.  For the analysed data, PSD analysis is configured to produce PSD’s of time domain data one hour in […]

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Lunar Phase Noise Levels

Lunar Phase Noise Levels

In last week’s post we used the seismic data obtained from Apollo Mission 12 to look at Data QC and how PSD PDF plots can be informative in this regard.  We described the situation where an instance of the meta-data was inaccurate – missing information in the response file […]

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Data QC on the Moon

Data QC on the Moon

Data Quality Control – A new blog series discussing the Why’s, What’s and How’s of Data Quality Assessment.  First the Why: A planetary body shakes and this signal is recorded for later analysis.  But getting from ground motion to its digital representation is fraught with potential issues all along the way: all […]

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