3D MULTI-RESOLUTION MAPPING OF MARS USING CASP-GO ON HRSC, CRISM, CTX AND HIRISE
- 1Imaging group, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, Dept. of Space and Climate Physics, University College London, Holmbury St Mary, Dorking, Surrey, UK
- 2Laboratoire de Planétologie et Géodynamique, 2 rue de la Houssinière, Nantes, France
Keywords: Digital Terrain Model, 3D, HiRISE, CTX, HRSC, CaSSIS, MOLA, CASP-GO, Valles Marineris
Abstract. Automated large-scale retrieval of stereo photogrammetric DTMs of Mars fall into three categories: use of COTS software such as BAE-SOCET®; private software such as the DLR-VICAR software suite and open source solutions such as the NASA Ames Stereo Pipeline (ASP). We describe here a novel open source system developed on the back of ASP known as CASP-GO (Tao et al., 2018) which has automated and extended ASP to be able to be applied to all modern single-pass or repeat-pass stereo photogrammetric datasets from 21st century systems such as HRSC, CTX and HiRISE, CASP-GO also includes an automated co-registration system which employs HRSC (itself linked to MOLA) as the base-map upon which all other DTMs are co-registered. We show an example here of this automated co-registration system applied to multi-resolution stacks including CRISM images. Several thousand multi-resolution 3D products, Digital Terrain Models (DTMs) and their corresponding orthorectified images (ORIs) have been generated and used in a wide variety of scientific studies, a few examples of which are shown here. Finally, a new method distributing these products providing long-term archiving and ease of access using DOIs is shown employing the ESA-PSA Guest Storage Facility and their corresponding display within the iMars webGIS system.