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Poster Session: Mars

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Lucas A.* Rohilla S. Mangeney A. Bourdon L. Sainton G. et al.
Seismic Detectability of Avalanches on Mars [#1559]
We discuss the seismic detectability of mass wasting on Mars.
Lucas A.* Daubard I. J. Le Teuff M. Posiolova L. V. Sainton G. et al.
Discussion on Seismically Triggered Avalanches on Mars [#1288]
We discuss the avalanche rate after a large marsquake detected by SEIS.
Apuzzo A. A.* Frigeri A. Salvini F. S. Brossier J. B. De Sanctis M. C. et al.
Directional Analysis of Fractures at Oxia Planum, Mars [#1169]
Study the directional statistics of the fractures across the ExoMars landing site.
Lin Yu.* Zhao J. Wang Le. Huang Jun. Zhang Liang. et al.
Evaluation of Small-Sized Mounds Formation Mechanisms in China’s Zhurong Landing Region [#1242]
In this study, we made a detailed investigation and discuss the origin of the small-sized mounds as well as pits occurring on them in the Zhurong landing area.
Liu C. Q.* Ling Z. C. Liu P. Shi E. B. Xin Y. Q. et al.
Chemical Compositions of Soils and Rocks Observed by Zhurong Rover in the First 300 Sols [#1952]
This work focuses on the further analysis of chemical compositions of martian soils and rocks obtained by MarSCoDe of the Tianwen-1 mission.
Vitai Á.*
Topographic Analysis Based Identification of Flat Sediments in a Crater Near Rabe on Mars [#1955]
Topographic analysis was used to determine whether sediment was present in the target crater. I did this using my own python code based on elevation data.
Gupta S.* Bell J. F. Caravaca G. Mangold N. Stack K. et al.
Fine-Scale Sedimentary Architecture of the Upper Part of the Jezero Western Delta Front [#2953]
Sedimentology of the Jezero western delta shows evidence for progradation of a coarse-grained fan delta into a lake in Jezero crater.
Golombek M.* Williams N. Cacan M. Grip H. Lemmon M. et al.
Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity: Extended Mission Operations and Results [#2453]
Ingenuity Extended mission flights, airfield selection, ripples, scouting, geologic mapping, dust lifting and flight software updates are described.
Beyssac O.* Chide B. Cousin A. Ayoub F. Bertrand T. et al.
Coarse-Grained Olivine-Rich Regolith at Jezero Crater, Mars: Nature, Source and Transport [#1727]
Using SuperCam, we constrain the mineralogy/physical properties of coarse grained regolith and discuss its source and transport.
Anderson R. B.* Gabriel T. S. Forni O. Manrique J. A. Gasda P. et al.
Trace and Minor Element Quantification with SuperCam Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) [#2182]
We present a summary of the current status of trace- and minor-element quantification with SuperCam LIBS.
Beck P.* Forni O. Dehouck E. Beyssac O. Benzerara K. et al.
Shi E. B.* Liu C. Q. Ling Z. C.
Hydration States of Ferric Sulfates Identified by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy [#2059]
LIBS was used to identify the hydration states of ferric sulfates successfully in the laboratory, which will help to identify the ferric sulfates on Mars.
Lopez-Reyes G.* Nachon M. Veneranda M. Beyssac O. Madariaga J. M. et al.
Anhydrite Detections by Raman Spectroscopy with Supercam at the Jezero Delta, Mars [#1721]
The SuperCam Raman instrument onboard the Perseverance rover has performed several detections of anhydrite on white veins on the Jezero delta.
Zalewska N.* Czechowski L. Borowska E.
X-Ray Measurements of Terrestrial Concretions as Analogues of Martian Concretions “Blueberries” from Meridiani Planum [#2932]
We undertook the study of terrestrial analogues of martian concretions discovered by the Opportunity rover in the Meridiani Planum.
Liu J.* Michalski J.
Gale Crater as an Archive of Redox Processes at the Surface of Early Mars and Early Earth [#1143]
Gale crater records the evolution of past climate and redox state of surface and atmosphere on early Mars and perhaps other rocky planets.
Szczerba M.* Rampe E. B. Peretyazhko T. S. Bristow T. F. Morris R. V. et al.
Hematite Formation and Growth in Gale Crater Seen Through MSL CheMin X-ray Diffraction Data [#1956]
Hematite crystallites from Gale Crater are of equant shape from 3 to 40 nm, mostly smaller than terrestrial ones. Peak shapes suggest closed-system growth.
Koeppel A.* Edwards C. S. Edgar L. A. Gullikson A. Bennett K. et al.
Surface Temperatures from Mars to Earth and Back: Developing New Interpretations of Thermal Inertia from Ground Truth Experiments [#1378]
We compiled measurements from Mars and Earth to assess correlation of sediment thermal properties other remotely observable physical and compositional traits.
Menina S.* Margerin L. Kawamura T. Drilleau M. Garcia R. et al.
Stratification of Attenuation Properties in the Crust of Mars from Full Seismogram Envelope Modeling of Near Impacts Detected by InSight [#1557]
We propose to constrain the attenuation characteristics of heterogeneities in the martian crust from seismogram envelope modeling of near impacts.