Sorting out compositional trends in sedimentary rocks of the Bradbury Group (Aeolus Palus), Gale Crater, Mars
This work provides an explanation for the chemical variability in the Bradbury group in Gale Crater, showing that all materials came from the same source. This provide a critical constraint on how sedimentary rocks formed in this crater and suggests that sedimentary deposits on Mars are likely local in origin.
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Sorting out compositional trends in sedimentary rocks of the Bradbury group (Aeolis Palus), Gale crater, Mars
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