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The Catalogue of Martian Mössbauer Spectra

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The suggestion of sending a Mössbauer spectrometer to the surface of Mars was elaborated in 1988 year. In 1989 realization of this project was taken by scientists from Western Europe and USSR. Finally a Mössbauer spectrometer adapted to measurements on the surface of Mars was constructed by an international team under the guidance of G. Klingelhöfer. Mössbauer data from Mars are available for open public access on a web site of Planetary Data System. Based on these data the catalogue of Martian Mössbauer spectra was prepared and located on the web site of one of the author (JGF). The aim of the construction of this catalogue was to create the possibility to compare quickly spectra from different places on the Martian surface.
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119
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1
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10-11
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2011-01
References
  • 1. J. Gałązka-Friedman, Postępy Astronomii 36, 233 (1988)
  • 2. J. Gałązka-Friedman, J. Juchniewicz, Project acepted by Cosmic Research Center in Moscow (February 1989)
  • 3. G. Klingelhöfer, J. Foh, P. Held, H. Jäger, E. Kankeleit, R. Teucher, Hyperfine Interact. 71, 1449 (1992)
  • 4. G. Klingelhöfer, R.V. Morris, P.A. De Souza, D. Rodionov, C. Schröder, Hyperfine Interact. 170, 169 (2006)
  • 5. D. Agresti, M. Darby Dyar, M.W. Schafer, LPS 37, 1517 (2005)
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bwmeta1.element.bwnjournal-article-appv119n102kz
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