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Title: Bringing data back from Mars: in-situ communications role--the rover to orbiter to Earth link
Authors: Bell, D. J.
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2001
Citation: Pasadena, CA, USA
Abstract: Over the coming decade, an international fleet of spacecraft will carry out the most intensive exploration to date of another world in our solar system. A wide range of orbiters, landers and rovers will conduct a linking together--detailed in-situ inbestigations, culminating in an eventual return of Martian surface, subsurface, and atmospheric samples to Earth for detailed laboratory evaluation.
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