HiRISE-Ergebnisse in Icarus

Die Januarausgabe 2010 des Magazins Icarus (Icarus 205(1), 2010) fasst einige der wichtigen Ergebnisse der HiRISE-Aufnahmen des  Mars Reconnaissance Orbiters zusammen ("MRO/HiRISE Studies of Mars"). Die Veröffentlichungen  der Betreiber der Hochauflösungskamera an Bord des Orbiters sind komplett im Internet aufbereitet lesbar, oder auch als .pdf-Dateien herunterladbar, nicht unbedingt eine der üblichen Verfahrensweisen bei Veröffentlichungen in Wissenschaftsmagazinen. Icarus ist das offizielle Publikationsorgan der Abteilung für Planetare Wissenschaften der amerikanischen astronomischen Gesellschaft.

 Die Veröffentlichungen können hier auf der Originalwebseite gelesen werden oder sind hier im Einzelnen:
 
1. Ed. Board
2. Introduction to the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) Special Issue of Icarus 
3.

The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) during MRO’s Primary Science Phase (PSP)

4. Color imaging of Mars by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE)
5. HiRISE views enigmatic deposits in the Sirenum Fossae region of Mars
6. Inverted channel deposits on the floor of Miyamoto crater, Mars
7. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter observations of light-toned layered deposits and associated fluvial landforms on the plateaus adjacent to Valles Marineris
8. Evidence for debris flow gully formation initiated by shallow subsurface water on Mars
9. Modeling the formation of bright slope deposits associated with gullies in Hale Crater, Mars: Implications for recent liquid water
10. Geomorphic knobs of Candor Chasma, Mars: New Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter data and comparisons to terrestrial analogs
11. Modification of martian slope streaks by eolian processes
12. Aeolian bedforms, yardangs, and indurated surfaces in the Tharsis Montes as seen by the HiRISE Camera: Evidence for dust aggregates
13. Barchan dune asymmetry: Observations from Mars and Earth
14. HiRISE images of yardangs and sinuous ridges in the lower member of the Medusae Fossae Formation, Mars
15. Hydrovolcanic features on Mars: Preliminary observations from the first Mars year of HiRISE imaging
16. Emplacement of the youngest flood lava on Mars: A short, turbulent story
17. An assessment of evidence for pingos on Mars using HiRISE
18. Scalloped terrains in the Peneus and Amphitrites Paterae region of Mars as observed by HiRISE
19. Evaluating the meaning of “layer” in the martian north polar layered deposits and the impact on the climate connection
20. HiRISE observations of gas sublimation-driven activity in Mars’ southern polar regions: I. Erosion of the surface
21. HiRISE observations of gas sublimation-driven activity in Mars’ southern polar regions: II. Surficial deposits and their origins
22. HiRISE observations of gas sublimation-driven activity in Mars’ southern polar regions: III. Models of processes involving translucent ice


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