Planned Products of the Mars Structure Service for the InSight Mission to Mars

@article{Panning2017PlannedPO,
  title={Planned Products of the Mars Structure Service for the InSight Mission to Mars},
  author={Mark Paul Panning and Philippe Henri Lognonn{\'e} and W Bruce Banerdt and Rapha{\"e}l F. Garcia and Matthew P. Golombek and Sharon Kedar and Brigitte Knapmeyer‐Endrun and Antoine Mocquet and Nicholas A. Teanby and Jeroen Tromp and Renee C. Weber and {\'E}ric Beucler and J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin and Ebru Bozdağ and M{\'e}lanie Drilleau and Tamara Gudkova and Stefanie Hempel and Amir Khan and Vedran Leki{\'c} and Naomi Murdoch and Ana‐Catalina Plesa and A. Rivoldini and Nicholas Charles Schmerr and Youyi Ruan and Olivier Verhoeven and Chao Gao and Ulrich R. Christensen and John F. Clinton and V{\'e}ronique Dehant and Domenico Giardini and David Mimoun and W. Thomas Pike and Suzanne E. Smrekar and Mark A. Wieczorek and Martin Knapmeyer and James Wookey},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={211},
  pages={611-650}
}
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