The Opportunity Rover's Athena Science Investigation at Meridiani Planum, Mars

@article{Squyres2004TheOR,
  title={The Opportunity Rover's Athena Science Investigation at Meridiani Planum, Mars},
  author={S. Squyres and R. Arvidson and J. Bell and J. Br{\"u}ckner and N. Cabrol and W. Calvin and M. Carr and P. Christensen and B. Clark and L. Crumpler and D. D. Marais and C. d'Uston and T. Economou and J. Farmer and W. Farrand and W. Folkner and M. Golombek and S. Gorevan and J. Grant and R. Greeley and J. Grotzinger and L. Haskin and K. Herkenhoff and S. Hviid and J. Johnson and G. Klingelh{\"o}fer and A. Knoll and G. Landis and M. Lemmon and R. Li and M. Madsen and M. Malin and S. McLennan and H. Mcsween and D. Ming and J. Moersch and R. Morris and T. Parker and J. W. Rice and L. Richter and R. Rieder and M. Sims and M. Smith and P. Smith and L. Soderblom and R. Sullivan and H. W{\"a}nke and T. Wdowiak and M. Wolff and A. Yen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={306},
  pages={1698 - 1703}
}
The Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has investigated the landing site in Eagle crater and the nearby plains within Meridiani Planum. The soils consist of fine-grained basaltic sand and a surface lag of hematite-rich spherules, spherule fragments, and other granules. Wind ripples are common. Underlying the thin soil layer, and exposed within small impact craters and troughs, are flat-lying sedimentary rocks. These rocks are finely laminated, are rich in sulfur, and contain abundant sulfate… Expand
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