Chemistry and mineralogy of outcrops at Meridiani Planum

@article{Clark2005ChemistryAM,
  title={Chemistry and mineralogy of outcrops at Meridiani Planum},
  author={B. Clark and R. Morris and S. McLennan and R. Gellert and B. Jolliff and A. Knoll and S. Squyres and T. Lowenstein and D. Ming and N. Tosca and A. Yen and P. Christensen and S. Gorevan and J. Br{\"u}ckner and W. Calvin and G. Dreibus and W. Farrand and G. Klingelhoefer and H. Waenke and J. Zipfel and J. Bell and J. Grotzinger and H. Mcsween and R. Rieder},
  journal={Earth and Planetary Science Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={240},
  pages={73-94}
}
Analyses of outcrops created by the impact craters Endurance, Fram and Eagle reveal the broad lateral continuity of chemical sediments at the Meridiani Planum exploration site on Mars. Approximately ten mineralogical components are implied in these salt-rich silicic sediments, from measurements by instruments on the Opportunity rover. Compositional trends in an apparently intact vertical stratigraphic sequence at the Karatepe West ingress point at Endurance crater are consistent with non… Expand
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