Morphology and Composition of the Surface of Mars: Mars Odyssey THEMIS Results

@article{Christensen2003MorphologyAC,
  title={Morphology and Composition of the Surface of Mars: Mars Odyssey THEMIS Results},
  author={P. Christensen and J. Bandfield and James F. Bell and N. Gorelick and V. Hamilton and A. Ivanov and B. Jakosky and H. Kieffer and M. Lane and M. Malin and T. McConnochie and A. Mcewen and H. Mcsween and G. Mehall and J. Moersch and K. Nealson and J. W. Rice and M. Richardson and S. Ruff and M. Smith and T. Titus and M. Wyatt},
  journal={Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={300},
  pages={2056 - 2061}
}
The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) on Mars Odyssey has produced infrared to visible wavelength images of the martian surface that show lithologically distinct layers with variable thickness, implying temporal changes in the processes or environments during or after their formation. Kilometer-scale exposures of bedrockare observed; elsewhere airfall dust completely mantles the surface over thousands of square kilometers. Mars has compositional variations at 100-meter scales, for… Expand
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