Welcome to the PDS Management Office
This is the Web site of the Management Office for
NASA's Planetary Data System (PDS).
The Office is located at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center as
part of the Solar System Exploration Division in the Solar
System Exploration Data Services Office (SSEDSO).
The Planetary Data System is a distributed archive of data
products from NASA planetary missions. PDS actively manages
the archive to maximize its usefulness, and it has become a
basic resource for scientists around the world. PDS is
composed of eight teams, called "nodes." There are
five science nodes organized primarily by subdisciplines of
the planetary sciences. The remaining three nodes provide
systems engineering, navigation and ephemeris information,
and image processing support. [ See
"About the Nodes".]
To learn more about the PDS, its data archives, or tools,
see the pds.nasa.gov.
News and Events:
- The PDS4 DDWG Tech Face-to-Face
will be Tuesday and Wednesday 1-2 September at the SETI Institute,
Mountain View, CA.
The meeting webpage is available here.
- The next Management Council Telecon
is scheduled for Monday 14 September 2015 at 12:00 PDT / 15:00 EDT / 19:00 UTC.
- Presentations from the Management Council Face-to-Face
held on 21-22 April 2015 at Washington University in St. Louis are available on the
Minutes are available here [PDF].
- The AMMOS-PDS Pipeline Service presentation,
from April 2014, is available for public use.
- The PDS Challenge Demo and API website is now publicly accessible.