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Research of lunar tectonic features: Primary results from Chang'E-1 lunar CCD image

Wang Jie1, Zeng Zuoxun1,2,3, Yue Zongyu4, Hu Ye1   

  1. (1.Faculty of Earth Sciences, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074; 2.Space Technology Research Center, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074; 3.Huazhong Tecnomechanical Research Center, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074; 4.Institute of Remote Sensing Application, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 100010)
  • Received:1900-01-01 Revised:1900-01-01 Online:2011-07-15 Published:2011-07-15
  • Contact: zuoxun.zeng@126.com

Abstract: The Moon retains the information of initial period, because its geological activity was ceased 3.1billion years ago. This information is very important for us to recognize the formation and evolution of the Moon, the earth and even the solar system. On the basis of initial study and Chang'E-1 CCD images, the geological, topographic and geomorphologic features of the main tectonic patterns on the Moon are introduced. The two important kinds of structures on the moon are circular tectonics and linear tectonics. Circular tectonics are the annular appearances on remote sensing images displayed through architecture and color, which are the most striking features of lunar images. This article studies the formation of Mons Rümker, Hainzel Crater, King Crater and the fracture at the bottom of Humboldt Crater, and then, analyzes the difference in lunar crater both near and far side, the South and North Pole. Linear tectonics refer to those structures extended as linear on lunar surface, which can reflect the global or territorial stress condition and stress field of the lithosphere and tectonic forms on the planets. This article also studies the echelon structure nearby the Cauchy Crater, step scarp of Mare Humorum, regional fault nearby the Hippocrateson Crater, fault structures along Apennine Mountains, crater chain at the bottom of Davy Crater, Rima Hyginus and Vallis Alpes. The result shows that the Chang'E-1 CCD images have sharp details and rich information which are clear enough to research the lunar tectonic features.

Key words: Antarictic, Ionosphere, TEC, Differential doppler, Proper motion, Field distortion