Light-toned veins and material in Jezero crater, Mars, as seen in-situ via NASA's Perseverance rover (Mars 2020 mission): stratigraphic distribution and compositional results from the supercam instrument - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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Light-toned veins and material in Jezero crater, Mars, as seen in-situ via NASA's Perseverance rover (Mars 2020 mission): stratigraphic distribution and compositional results from the supercam instrument

Elise Clavé
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The Supercam Team
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James Rice
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Adrian Brown
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Abstract

Within Jezero crater, the Perseverance rover currently explores the lowermost-exposed scarp of the delta (Fig. 1) [1,2]. Here we: (1) present the distribution of light-toned veins currently observed via the rover along its route in Jezero crater; (2) introduce compositional results of veins as analyzed via Perseverance’s SuperCam instrument, and place them into the context of results from the other instruments.
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hal-04035085 , version 1 (17-03-2023)

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Marion Nachon, Guillermo López-Reyes, Pierre-Yves Meslin, Ann M. Ollila, Lucia Mandon, et al.. Light-toned veins and material in Jezero crater, Mars, as seen in-situ via NASA's Perseverance rover (Mars 2020 mission): stratigraphic distribution and compositional results from the supercam instrument. 54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2023, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Mar 2023, The Woodlands, Texas, United States. pp.2673. ⟨hal-04035085⟩
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