The miniaturized Möessbauer spectrometer MIMOS II for the Phobos-Grunt mission

@article{Rodionov2010TheMM,
  title={The miniaturized M{\"o}essbauer spectrometer MIMOS II for the Phobos-Grunt mission},
  author={Daniel S. Rodionov and Goestar Klingelhoefer and E. N. Evlanov and Mathias Blumers and Birgitta Bernhardt and J. Giron{\'e}s and Jasmine Maul and Iris Fleischer and O. F. Prilutskii and Alexander Shlyk and V. M. Linkin and C. d'Uston},
  journal={Solar System Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={362-370}
}
Möessbauer spectroscopy is a powerful tool for the mineralogical analysis of Fe-bearing materials. The miniaturized Möessbauer spectrometer MIMOS II has already been working on the surface of Mars for 6 years as part of the NASA Mars Exploration Rovers mission. The improved version of the instrument is a component of the scientific payload of the Phobos-Grunt mission. The scientific objectives of the instrument are the following: to identify the iron-bearing phases, to determine the… Expand
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