Planetary Data System Geosciences Node, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA

Data Center Description
The Geosciences Node (Guinness et al., 1996) is one of several
discipline-specific nodes that make up the Planetary Data System
(PDS). Our job is to archive and distribute datasets that are relevant
to the geosciences discipline, which can be summarized as the study of
the surfaces and interiors of terrestrial planetary bodies. The
Geosciences Node consists of the lead node at Washington University in
St. Louis and two data nodes, each responsible for a particular kind
of data. They are the TES Data Node at Arizona State University and
the GRS Data Node at the University of Arizona.


[Summary provided by NASA.]