Remote sensing of surface pressure on Mars with the Mars Express / OMEGA spectrometer : 2 . Meteorological maps

@inproceedings{Spiga2007RemoteSO,
  title={Remote sensing of surface pressure on Mars with the Mars Express / OMEGA spectrometer : 2 . Meteorological maps},
  author={Aymeric Spiga and François Forget and Bastien Dolla and Sandrine Vinatier and Riccardo Melchiorri and Pierre Drossart and Aline Gendrin and J. P. Bibring and Y. Langevin and B. Gondet},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Surface pressure measurements help to achieve a better understanding of the main dynamical phenomena occurring in the atmosphere of a planet. The use of the Mars Express OMEGA visible and near-IR imaging spectrometer allows us to tentatively perform an unprecedented remote sensing measurement of Martian surface pressure. OMEGA reflectances in the CO2 absorption band at 2 mm are used to retrieve a hydrostatic estimation of surface pressure (see companion paper by Forget et al. (2007)) with a… CONTINUE READING

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