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2016-09-16

Gasda P.J., Haldeman E.B., Wiens R.C., Rapin W., Sanford V., Frydenvang J., Maurice S., Clegg S., Delapp D., McInroy R., and the MSL Team (2016) First observations of boron on Mars and implications for Gale crater geochemistry. Fall AGU, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA.


 
2016-09-16

Johnson J.R., Cloutis E., Fraeman A., Wiens R.C, Maurice S., Blaney D., and Gasnault O. (2016) ChemCam passive reflectance spectroscopy of the Lubango, Okoruso, and Oudam drill targets in Gale crater, Mars. Fall AGU, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA. 


 
2016-09-16

Francis R., Estlin T., Doran G., Gaines D., Gasnault O., Johnstone S., Montano S., Verma V., Schaffer S., Burl M., and Wiens R.C. (2016) First results from AEGIS autonomous target selection for the Curiosity rover ChemCam instrument. Fall AGU, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA. 


 
2016-09-16

Cousin A., Forni O., Meslin P.-Y., Dehouck E., Schroeder S., Gasnault O., Bridges N., Ehlmann B., Maurice S., and Wiens R. (2016) Chemical diversity among fine-grained soils at Gale (Mars): A chemical transition as the rover is approaching the Bagnold Dunes? Geological Society of America, Denver, Colorado, September 25-28.


 
2016-09-16

Newsom H., Gasnault O., Le Mouelic S., Mangold N., Le Deit L., Wiens R., Anderson R., Edgar L., Herkenhoff K., Johnson J.R., Bridges N., Grotzinger J.P., Gupta S., Jacob S. (2016) Long distance observatiosn with the ChemCam Remote Micro-Imager: Mount Sharp and related deposits on Gale crater floor? Geological Society of America, Denver, Colorado, September 25-28.


 

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