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Title: Electron-induced luminescence and x-ray spectrometer (ELXS) system for life
Authors: Jurewicz, S. R.
Wilcox, J. Z.
George, T.
Chutjian, A.
Feldman, J.
Douglas, S.
Hanchar, J. M.
Issue Date: 11-Mar-2002
Citation: 33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
League City, Texas, USA
Abstract: The search for signatures of life/water on planetary bodies, like most planetary exploration, proceeds on a series of reducing scales from global to a few centimeters. Although planetary observing satellites can look at the big picture, it will be up to small roving vehicles carrying carefully slected instrument packages to probe the planet surface.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/37077
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