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Non-desctructive X-Ray, Raman and IR Imaging of quarantined Mars return samples

Abstract : In preparation for the upcoming international Mars Sample Return mission, bringing to Earth samples containing potential biohazards, we have implemented a hyperspectral method of analysis of grains performed in BSL4 quarantine conditions,by combining several non-destructive imaging diagnostics. This methodology was tested on meteorites [1, 2] and cometary grains from the recent NASA Stardust mission [3-6].
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A. S. Simionovici, P. Beck, Laurence Lemelle, T. Ferroir, Andrew Westphal, et al.. Non-desctructive X-Ray, Raman and IR Imaging of quarantined Mars return samples. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, Wiley, 2010, 45 (Suppl. S), pp.A188-A188. ⟨insu-00681451⟩

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