Latitudinal variation in amu-18 measurement by CHACE, Chandrayaan-1 Moon Impact Probe

Latitudinal variation in amu-18 measurement by CHACE, Chandrayaan-1 Moon Impact Probe
Latitudinal variation in amu-18 measurement by CHACE, Chandrayaan-1 Moon Impact Probe This figure depicts the latitudinal/altitudinal variation as observed by CHACE from 20 degrees south to the poles highlighting a steady increase in the H2O concentration that maximized around 60-70 degrees south latitude. The relative concentration of water-ice as detected by M3 depicting the steady increase in the concentration as one moved towards the poles. Treating the latitude of 43.1 degrees south as the reference beyond which M3 had started detecting water ice, the relative variation of H2O as seen by CHACE is also depicted highlighting the complementary nature of the measurements from CHACE and M3. ISRO / Sridharan, R., et al.

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