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Evidence for indigenous nitrogen in sedimentary and aeolian deposits from theCuriosityrover investigations at Gale crater, Mars

The Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) investigation on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)Curiosityrover has detected oxidized nitrogen-bearing compounds during pyrolysis of scooped aeolian sediments and drilled sedimentary deposits within Gale crater. Total N concentrations ranged from 20 to 250 nmol... Full description

1st Person: Stern, Jennifer C. verfasserin
Additional Persons: Sutter, Brad verfasserin; Freissinet, Caroline verfasserin; Navarro-González, Rafael verfasserin; McKay, Christopher P. verfasserin; Archer, P. Douglas verfasserin; Buch, Arnaud verfasserin; Brunner, Anna E. verfasserin; Coll, Patrice verfasserin; Eigenbrode, Jennifer L. verfasserin; Fairen, Alberto G. verfasserin; Franz, Heather B. verfasserin; Glavin, Daniel P. verfasserin; Kashyap, Srishti verfasserin; McAdam, Amy C. verfasserin; Ming, Douglas W. verfasserin; Steele, Andrew verfasserin; Szopa, Cyril verfasserin; Wray, James J. verfasserin; Martín-Torres, F. Javier verfasserin; Zorzano, Maria-Paz verfasserin; Conrad, Pamela G. verfasserin; Mahaffy, Paul R. verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 112, No. 14 (2015), p. 4245-4250
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2015
Keywords: Mars
nitrogen
astrobiology
nitrates
Curiosity
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