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The Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Mast cameras and Descent imager: Investigation and instrument descriptions.

Malin MC, Ravine MA, Caplinger MA, Tony Ghaemi F, Schaffner JA, Maki JN, Bell JF 3rd, Cameron JF, Dietrich WE, Edgett KS, Edwards LJ, Garvin JB, Hallet B, Herkenhoff KE, Heydari E, Kah LC, Lemmon MT, Minitti ME, Olson TS, Parker TJ, Rowland SK, Schieber J, Sletten R, Sullivan RJ, Sumner DY, Aileen Yingst R, Duston BM, McNair S, Jensen EH.

Earth Space Sci. 2017 Aug;4(8):506-539. doi: 10.1002/2016EA000252. Epub 2017 Aug 19.

2.

Mars atmosphere. Mars methane detection and variability at Gale crater.

Webster CR, Mahaffy PR, Atreya SK, Flesch GJ, Mischna MA, Meslin PY, Farley KA, Conrad PG, Christensen LE, Pavlov AA, Martín-Torres J, Zorzano MP, McConnochie TH, Owen T, Eigenbrode JL, Glavin DP, Steele A, Malespin CA, Archer PD Jr, Sutter B, Coll P, Freissinet C, McKay CP, Moores JE, Schwenzer SP, Bridges JC, Navarro-Gonzalez R, Gellert R, Lemmon MT; MSL Science Team.

Science. 2015 Jan 23;347(6220):415-7. doi: 10.1126/science.1261713. Epub 2014 Dec 16.

3.

Mars water-ice clouds and precipitation.

Whiteway JA, Komguem L, Dickinson C, Cook C, Illnicki M, Seabrook J, Popovici V, Duck TJ, Davy R, Taylor PA, Pathak J, Fisher D, Carswell AI, Daly M, Hipkin V, Zent AP, Hecht MH, Wood SE, Tamppari LK, Renno N, Moores JE, Lemmon MT, Daerden F, Smith PH.

Science. 2009 Jul 3;325(5936):68-70. doi: 10.1126/science.1172344.

4.

H2O at the Phoenix landing site.

Smith PH, Tamppari LK, Arvidson RE, Bass D, Blaney D, Boynton WV, Carswell A, Catling DC, Clark BC, Duck T, Dejong E, Fisher D, Goetz W, Gunnlaugsson HP, Hecht MH, Hipkin V, Hoffman J, Hviid SF, Keller HU, Kounaves SP, Lange CF, Lemmon MT, Madsen MB, Markiewicz WJ, Marshall J, McKay CP, Mellon MT, Ming DW, Morris RV, Pike WT, Renno N, Staufer U, Stoker C, Taylor P, Whiteway JA, Zent AP.

Science. 2009 Jul 3;325(5936):58-61. doi: 10.1126/science.1172339.

5.

Solar eclipses of Phobos and Deimos observed from the surface of Mars.

Bell JF 3rd, Lemmon MT, Duxbury TC, Hubbard MY, Wolff MJ, Squyres SW, Craig L, Ludwinski JM.

Nature. 2005 Jul 7;436(7047):55-7.

PMID:
16001060
6.

Extraterrestrial meteors: a martian meteor and its parent comet.

Selsis F, Lemmon MT, Vaubaillon J, Bell JF 3rd.

Nature. 2005 Jun 2;435(7042):581.

PMID:
15931208
7.

Atmospheric imaging results from the Mars exploration rovers: Spirit and Opportunity.

Lemmon MT, Wolff MJ, Smith MD, Clancy RT, Banfield D, Landis GA, Ghosh A, Smith PH, Spanovich N, Whitney B, Whelley P, Greeley R, Thompson S, Bell JF 3rd, Squyres SW.

Science. 2004 Dec 3;306(5702):1753-6.

8.

First Atmospheric Science Results from the Mars Exploration Rovers Mini-TES.

Smith MD, Wolff MJ, Lemmon MT, Spanovich N, Banfield D, Budney CJ, Clancy RT, Ghosh A, Landis GA, Smith P, Whitney B, Christensen PR, Squyres SW.

Science. 2004 Dec 3;306(5702):1750-3.

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Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Opportunity Rover at Meridiani Planum.

Bell JF 3rd, Squyres SW, Arvidson RE, Arneson HM, Bass D, Calvin W, Farrand WH, Goetz W, Golombek M, Greeley R, Grotzinger J, Guinness E, Hayes AG, Hubbard MY, Herkenhoff KE, Johnson MJ, Johnson JR, Joseph J, Kinch KM, Lemmon MT, Li R, Madsen MB, Maki JN, Malin M, McCartney E, McLennan S, McSween HY Jr, Ming DW, Morris RV, Dobrea EZ, Parker TJ, Proton J, Rice JW Jr, Seelos F, Soderblom JM, Soderblom LA, Sohl-Dickstein JN, Sullivan RJ, Weitz CM, Wolff MJ.

Science. 2004 Dec 3;306(5702):1703-9.

10.

Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Spirit Rover at Gusev Crater.

Bell JF 3rd, Squyres SW, Arvidson RE, Arneson HM, Bass D, Blaney D, Cabrol N, Calvin W, Farmer J, Farrand WH, Goetz W, Golombek M, Grant JA, Greeley R, Guinness E, Hayes AG, Hubbard MY, Herkenhoff KE, Johnson MJ, Johnson JR, Joseph J, Kinch KM, Lemmon MT, Li R, Madsen MB, Maki JN, Malin M, McCartney E, McLennan S, McSween HY Jr, Ming DW, Moersch JE, Morris RV, Dobrea EZ, Parker TJ, Proton J, Rice JW Jr, Seelos F, Soderblom J, Soderblom LA, Sohl-Dickstein JN, Sullivan RJ, Wolff MJ, Wang A.

Science. 2004 Aug 6;305(5685):800-6.

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Solar and thermal radiation in Jupiter's atmosphere: initial results of the Galileo probe net flux radiometer.

Sromovsky LA, Best FA, Collard AD, Fry PM, Revercomb HE, Freedman RS, Orton GS, Hayden JL, Tomasko MG, Lemmon MT.

Science. 1996 May 10;272(5263):851-4.

PMID:
8629018

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