Radar soundings of the subsurface of Mars.

@article{Picardi2005RadarSO,
  title={Radar soundings of the subsurface of Mars.},
  author={Giovanni Picardi and Jeffrey J. Plaut and Daniela Biccari and Ornella Bombaci and Diego Calabrese and M Cartacci and A Cicchetti and Stephen M. Clifford and Peter Edenhofer and William M. Farrell and Costanzo Federico and Alessandro Frigeri and Donald A. Gurnett and Tor Hagfors and Essam Heggy and Alain Herique and Richard L. Huff and Anton Borisovich Ivanov and William T. K. Johnson and Rolando L. Jordan and Donald L Kirchner and Wlodek Kofman and Carlton J. Leuschen and Erling Nielsen and Roberto Orosei and Elena Pettinelli and Roger J. Phillips and Dirk Plettemeier and A. A. Safaeinili and Roberto Seu and Ellen R. Stofan and Giuliano Vannaroni and Thomas R. Watters and Enrico M. Zampolini},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={310 5756},
  pages={
          1925-8
        }
}
The martian subsurface has been probed to kilometer depths by the Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionospheric Sounding instrument aboard the Mars Express orbiter. Signals penetrate the polar layered deposits, probably imaging the base of the deposits. Data from the northern lowlands of Chryse Planitia have revealed a shallowly buried quasi-circular structure about 250 kilometers in diameter that is interpreted to be an impact basin. In addition, a planar reflector associated with the… CONTINUE READING

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