Mineralogy of the PHOENIX Landing Sites from the OMEGA-MEX Imaging Spectrometer

@inproceedings{Poulet2006MineralogyOT,
  title={Mineralogy of the PHOENIX Landing Sites from the OMEGA-MEX Imaging Spectrometer},
  author={F. Poulet and John F. Mustard and Raymond E. Arvidson and J.-P. Bibring and Y. Langevin and B. Gondet and Ralph E. Milliken and Shannon M. Pelkey},
  year={2006}
}
Introduction: OMEGA-MEx has targeted the three PHOENIX landing sites during the early 2004 summer (Ls=90°-110°). Amongst the primary goals of these observations, there were to detect water ice exposures, identify the presence of altered minerals such as phyllosilicates and/or sulfates, estimate the surface hydration, and check anomalies in the thermal properties. The results for the three landing sites A,B,C are presented. 

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