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000005340 0247_ $$2DOI$$a10.1016/j.pss.2021.105208
000005340 037__ $$aSCART-2021-0084
000005340 100__ $$aKahan, Daniel S.
000005340 245__ $$aMars precession rate determined from radiometric tracking of the InSight Lander
000005340 260__ $$c2021
000005340 520__ $$aThe Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy, and Heat Transport (InSight) mission has provided an opportunity to improve our knowledge of Mars'interior via the Rotation and Interior Structure Experiment (RISE). RISE provides information on the rotation of Mars by measuring the Doppler shift of radio transmissions from InSight to NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN) on Earth. Through the combination of one year of Doppler data from InSight with previous data from the Viking-1 lander, Mars Pathfinder, and Opportunity missions, data spanning 43 years from 1976 to 2019 are used to estimate the Mars precession rate as −7605  $\pm$3 milliarcseconds per year. This result is consistent with the precession rate estimated from Doppler tracking of previous landers and orbiters alone.
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000005340 700__ $$aFolkner, William M. 
000005340 700__ $$aBuccino, Dustin R. 
000005340 700__ $$aDehant, Véronique 
000005340 700__ $$aLe Maistre, Sébastien 
000005340 700__ $$aRivoldini, Attilio 
000005340 700__ $$aVan Hoolst, Tim 
000005340 700__ $$aYseboodt, Marie 
000005340 700__ $$aMarty, Jean-Charles
000005340 773__ $$pPlanetary and Space Science$$v199$$y2021
000005340 8560_ $$fattilio.rivoldini@observatoire.be
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