Long-wavelength Radar Studies of the Lunar

  title={Long-wavelength Radar Studies of the Lunar},
  author={M{\'a}ria and Bruce A. Carrqhell},
  • Mária, Bruce A. Carrqhell
  • Published 1996
Radar measurements at 70 cm and 7.5 m wavelengths provide insight into the structure and chemical pro@.ies of the upper 5-100 m of the lunar regolith and crust. Past work has identified a number of anomalous regions and changes in echo strength, some attributed to differences in titanium content. There has been little opportunity, however, to compare calibrated longwavelength backscatter among different units or to theoretical mociel results. We combine recent high-resolution (3-5 km) 70-cm… CONTINUE READING


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