利用多探测任务数据建立新一代月球全球控制网的方案与关键技术

Translated title of the contribution: Scheme and Key Techniques for Construction of New-Generation Lunar Global Control Network Using Multi-Mission Data

Kaichang Di, Bin Liu, Man Peng, Xin Xin, Mengna Jia, Wei Zuo, Jinsong Ping, Bo Wu, Jürgen Oberst

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Abstract

The widely used Unified Lunar Control Network 2005 (ULCN2005) was built based on a combined photogrammetric solution of Clementine images acquired in 1994 and earlier photographic data. In this paper, we present a scheme and key techniques for construction of a new-generation lunar global control network using multi-mission data newly acquired in the 21st century, which have much better resolution and precision than the old data acquired in the last century. The new control network will be based on a combined photogrammetric solution of an extended global image and laser altimetry network. The five-lunar laser ranging retro-reflectors, which can be identified in LROC NAC images and have centimeter-level 3D position accuracy, will be used as absolute control points in the least squares photogrammetric adjustment. Recently, a new radio total phase ranging method has been developed and used for high-precision positioning of Chang'E-3 lander; this shall offer a new absolute control point. Systematic methods and key techniques will be developed or enhanced, including rigorous and generic geometric modeling of orbital images, multi-scale feature extraction and matching among heterogeneous multi-mission remote sensing data, optimal selection of images at areas of multiple image coverages, and large-scale adjustment computation, etc. Based on the high-resolution new datasets and developed new techniques, the new generation of global control network is expected to have much higher accuracy and point density than the ULCN2005.

Translated title of the contributionScheme and Key Techniques for Construction of New-Generation Lunar Global Control Network Using Multi-Mission Data
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)2099-2105
Number of pages7
JournalWuhan Daxue Xuebao (Xinxi Kexue Ban)/Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University
Volume43
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Dec 2018

Keywords

  • Laser altimetry
  • Lunar control network
  • Multi-mission data
  • Orbital imagery
  • Photogrammetric solution

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Science (miscellaneous)
  • Earth-Surface Processes

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