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Title: Overview of the Mars Pathfinder Mission: Launch Through Landing, Surface Operations, Data Sets, and Science Results
Authors: Anderson, R. C.
Barnes, J. R.
Bell, J. F. III
Bridges, N. T.
Britt, D. T.
Brucker, J.
Cook, R. A.
Crisp, D.
Crisp, J.
Economou, T.
Folkner, W. M.
Greeley, R.
Haberle, R. M.
Hargraves, R. B.
Harris, J. A.
Haldemann, A. F. C.
Herkenhoff, K. E.
Hviid, S. F.
Jaumann, R.
Johnson, J. R.
Kallemeyn, P. H.
Keller, H. U.
Kirk, R. L.
Knudsen, J. M.
Larsen, S.
Lemmon, M.
Madsen, M. B.
Magalhaes, J. A.
Maki, J. N.
Malin, M. C.
Manning, R. M.
Matijevic, J.
McSween, H. Y. Jr.
Moore, H. J.
Murchie, S. L.
Murphy, J. R.
Parker, T. J.
Rieder, R.
Rivellini, T. P.
Schofield, J. T.
Seiff, A.
Singer, R.
Smith, P. H.
Soderblom, L. A.
Spencer, D. A.
Stoker, C.
Sullivan, R.
Thomas, N.
Tomasko, M. G.
Vaughan, R. M.
Wanke, H.
Ward, W.
Wilson, G.
Issue Date: Jul-1998
Citation: Journal of Geophysical Research
Abstract: Mars pathfinder successfully landed at Ares Vallis on July 4, 1997 and returned 2.3 Gbits of information during 3 months of surface operations of a lander, rover, three science instruments, engineering sensors and technology experiments.
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