Lunar crustal magnetic field map in nanoTeslas at 30 km altitude above the mean lunar radius (1737.4 km) produced from Lunar Prospector and Kaguya magnetometer data. The map has a spacing of 0.5 degrees in latitude by 2/3 degrees in longitude. It has been smoothed two-dimensionally using a moving average (boxcar) filter with an effective resolution of approximately 1 2/3 degrees in latitude by 3 1/3 degrees in longitude. For a detailed description, see Hood et al., Journal of Geophysical Research Planets, in review, 2020. Zero values indicate no reliable data.
|Date made available||2020|