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4 October 2020 Hyperspectral observations of martian meteorite type specimens, preparations for the ExoMars 2022 mission.
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The ExoMars2022 mission is scheduled for launch in summer 2022 with a suite of spectral instruments to investigate the Martian surface and near sub-surface. The context instruments: Panoramic Camera (PanCam), a Wide-Angle Cameras (WAC) stereo imaging system, High Resolution Camera (HRC), and the Infrared Spectrometer for ExoMars (ISEM) will be imperative in the selection of drill and analysis sites, and the search for life on Mars. This study used a VNIR SPECIM IQ hyperspectral camera (400-1000nm) and RxSpec 700Z (350-2500nm) to compare to the ExoMars PanCam Instrument emulator (AUPE) to build mission tools and protocols with Martian Meteorite targets.
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Sara Motaghian, Peter Gridrod, Roger Stabbins, Elyse Allender, Claire Cousins, and Matt Gunn "Hyperspectral observations of martian meteorite type specimens, preparations for the ExoMars 2022 mission.", Proc. SPIE 11576, Hyperspectral Imaging and Applications, 1157607 (4 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2583932
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