The European Space Analogue Rock Collection (ESAR) at the OSUC-Orleans for in situ planetary missions

Abstract : The ESAR is a collection of well-characterised planetary analogue rocks and minerals that can be used for testing in situ instrumentation for planetary exploration. An online database of all relevant structural, compositional and geotechnics information is also available to the instrument teams and to aid data interpretation during missions.
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Frances Westall, D. Pullan, Nicolas Bost, Claire Ramboz, F. Foucher, et al.. The European Space Analogue Rock Collection (ESAR) at the OSUC-Orleans for in situ planetary missions. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Oct 2011, Nantes, France. pp.684. ⟨insu-00840144⟩

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