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Evidence for Calcium Carbonate at the Mars Phoenix Landing Site

Carbonates are generally products of aqueous processes and may hold important clues about the history of liquid water on the surface of Mars. Calcium carbonate (approximately 3 to 5 weight percent) has been identified in the soils around the Phoenix landing site by scanning calorimetry showing an... Full description

1st Person: Boynton, W. V.
Additional Persons: Ming, D. W. verfasserin; Kounaves, S. P. verfasserin; Young, S. M. M. verfasserin; Arvidson, R. E. verfasserin; Hecht, M. H. verfasserin; Hoffman, J. verfasserin; Niles, P. B. verfasserin; Hamara, D. K. verfasserin; Quinn, R. C. verfasserin; Smith, P. H. verfasserin; Sutter, B. verfasserin; Catling, D. C. verfasserin; Morris, R. V. verfasserin
Source: in Science Vol. 325, No. 5936 (2009), p. 61-64
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2009
Keywords: research-article
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