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Was water liquid at the surface of Mars at late Noachian? A low-periapsis orbiter to decipher past Martian climate

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François Leblanc
G. Hulot
P. Rochus
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D. Breuer
T. Spohn
M. Mandea
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insu-00364530 , version 1 (26-02-2009)

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Eric Chassefière, Jean-Jacques Berthelier, Gérard Chanteur, François Leblanc, G. Hulot, et al.. Was water liquid at the surface of Mars at late Noachian? A low-periapsis orbiter to decipher past Martian climate. Joint European and National Astronomy Meeting (JENAM), Jul 2005, Liège, Belgium. ⟨insu-00364530⟩
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