Stable isotope systematics of the martian regolith
The geologic history of a planetary body is recorded within its rock record. As such, meteorites provide an opportunity to answer questions about the geologic history of other planetary bodies. NWA 7034 and its paired stones represents a new class of martian meteorites that are the first examples of the martian surface available for analysis in terrestrial laboratories. Regolith breccia samples are composed of rock fragments from a diverse array of lithologic sources. As such, they consist of...[Show more]
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