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Infrared Absorptions near Three Microns Recorded over the Polar Cap of Mars
During the Mariner 7 flyby of Mars, the infrared spectrometer recorded distinct, sharp absorption. near 3020 and 3300 reciprocal centimeters between 61�S and 80�S. at the edge of the southern polarExpand
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Evidence for Solid Carbon Dioxide in the Upper Atmosphere of Mars
The infrared spectra recorded by Mariner 6 and 7 show reflections at 4.3 microns. which suggest the presence of solid carbon dioxide in the upper atmosphere of Mars.
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Electronically tunable, first-order Fabry-Perot infrared filter
Abstract : A tunable infrared filter capable of scanning from 8.2 to 12.8 micrometers has been designed, constructed and tested. It is a first order Fabry Perot interferometer with piezoelectricallyExpand
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A rapid, semi-automated counting procedure for enumeration of antibody-forming cells in gel and nucleated cells in suspension.
A commercially available bacterial colony counter has been modified to permit rapid, highly accurate, semi-automated enumeration of antibody-producing plaque forming cells in semi-solid supportExpand
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A Laboratory Study of Weathered Carbonates, with Implications for the Infrared Remote Sensing of Carbonates on Mars
The purpose of this laboratory study is to examine the spectral signature of samples from Mormon Mesa to determine the cause of an observed reduction in thermal infrared band contrast in some massiveExpand
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Terrestrial Airborne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (SEBASS): Applications to Remote Sensing of Mars
Researchers seek to identify dry lake bed deposits on Mars, if present. The Global Surveyor TES and Mars Odyssey THEMIS are primary tools in this search. However, there are no published thermalExpand
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Augmented solar energy collection using different types of planar reflective surfaces; theoretical calculations and experimental results☆
Abstract The use of planar reflective surfaces can substantially improve the performance of both active and passive solar collectors. In this paper the results of theoretical calculations andExpand
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Spectra of Cemented, Hematite-rich Material and TES Spectra of Sinus Meridiani, Mars
Introduction. Lane et al. [1] and Christensen et al. [2] conclude that 1996 Global Surveyor Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES, ~1700–200 cm) spectra of regions in Sinus Meridiani are consistent withExpand
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A possible surprise for the Mars rover "Opportunity": The inferred coarse hematite may instead be fine-grained, consolidated hematite
Since 2001, there have been two, parallel interpretations of Mars Global Surveyor Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) observations of Sinus Meridiani, which are: (1) coarse hematite is the onlyExpand
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MARS ANALOGUE FIELD THERMAL EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY : COMPLICATIONS FROM
Introduction: The 2003 Mars Exploration Rover science strategy is to identify promising targets for the rover using the visible imaging Pancam and thermal infrared imaging Mini-TES. Those targetsExpand