In situ pyro-gc-ms chemical analysis of lunar soils : a ground truth to interpret analyses of the samples returned from the Moon

Abstract : Volatiles were recently discovered to be present at the Lunar pole. These volatiles probably comes from meteorites and micrometeorites which continue to deliver their material at the surface of the satellite. Thus, their characterisation would enable to better constrain the nature of the species brought by the meteorites to the solar system bodies, evaluate their evolution under Moon surface conditions. Thus is what we expect to be able to do within a few years with the Gas Analytical Package experiment onboard the Louna Globe mission.
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Cyril Szopa, M. Gerasimov, P. Wurz, L. Hofer, Michel Cabane, et al.. In situ pyro-gc-ms chemical analysis of lunar soils : a ground truth to interpret analyses of the samples returned from the Moon. European Planetary Science Congress 2015, Sep 2015, Nantes, France. 10, pp.EPSC2015-325, 2015. ⟨insu-01212426⟩

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