The Mars express MARSIS sounder instrument

@inproceedings{Jordan2009TheME,
  title={The Mars express MARSIS sounder instrument},
  author={Rolando L. Jordan and Giovanni Picardi and Jeffrey J. Plaut and Kurtis P. Wheeler and Daniela Kirchner and A. A. Safaeinili and William T. K. Johnson and Roberto Seu and Diego Calabrese and Enrico M. Zampolini and Andrea Cicchetti and Richard L. Huff and Donald A. Gurnett and Alexander Ivanov and Wlodek Kofman and Roberto Orosei and Terrence Thompson and Peter Edenhofer and Ornella Bombaci},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract The Mars advanced radar for subsurface and ionospheric sounding (MARSIS) on Mars Express is the first high-frequency sounding radar operating from orbital altitudes since the Apollo 17 Lunar Sounder flown in 1972. The radar operates from a highly elliptical orbit but acquires data only from altitudes lower than 1200 km. The periapsis altitude is 250 km. This radar has been succesfully operating since August 2005. The radar is a dual channel low-frequency sounder, operates between 1.3… CONTINUE READING
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