Soluble sulfate in the martian soil at the Phoenix landing site

@article{Kounaves2010SolubleSI,
  title={Soluble sulfate in the martian soil at the Phoenix landing site},
  author={S. Kounaves and M. Hecht and J. Kapit and R. Quinn and D. Catling and B. Clark and D. Ming and K. Gospodinova and P. Hredzak and K. McElhoney and J. Shusterman},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={37}
}
[1] Sulfur has been detected by X-ray spectroscopy in martian soils at the Viking, Pathfinder, Opportunity and Spirit landing sites. Sulfates have been identified by OMEGA and CRISM in Valles Marineris and by the spectrometers on the MER rovers at Meridiani and Gusev. The ubiquitous presence of sulfur has been interpreted as a widely distributed sulfate mineralogy. One goal of the Wet Chemistry Laboratory (WCL) on NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander was to determine soluble sulfate in the martian soil… Expand

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