Evidence for Calcium Carbonate at the Mars Phoenix Landing Site

@article{Boynton2009EvidenceFC,
  title={Evidence for Calcium Carbonate at the Mars Phoenix Landing Site},
  author={W. Boynton and D. Ming and S. Kounaves and S. M. Young and R. Arvidson and M. Hecht and J. Hoffman and P. Niles and D. Hamara and R. Quinn and P. H. Smith and B. Sutter and D. Catling and R. Morris},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={325},
  pages={61 - 64}
}
Phoenix Ascending The Phoenix mission landed on Mars in March 2008 with the goal of studying the ice-rich soil of the planet's northern arctic region. Phoenix included a robotic arm, with a camera attached to it, with the capacity to excavate through the soil to the ice layer beneath it, scoop up soil and water ice samples, and deliver them to a combination of other instruments—including a wet chemistry lab and a high-temperature oven combined with a mass spectrometer—for chemical and… Expand
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