PS3.4 EDI

The Mars Science and Exploration Session will address the latest results from past/current missions as well as results obtained from ground-based measurements, terrestrial analog studies, laboratory experiments and modelling as well as future exploration and prospects.
In this session, we welcome contributions on scientific investigations as well as theoretical models concerning the deep interior and subsurface structure and composition; the surface morphology and composition; the atmospheric composition, dynamics and climate; the ionospheric environment and its interaction with the solar wind; astrobiology and habitability of Mars.

We invite also contributions on martian meteorites. All petrological, geochemical and isotopic studies unraveling composition and structure of martian crust, igneous processes and fluid/rock interaction record are welcome.

Convener: Arianna Piccialli | Co-conveners: Benjamin BultelECSECS, Jessica Flahaut, Agata KrzesinskaECSECS, Xiao Long

The Mars Science and Exploration Session will address the latest results from past/current missions as well as results obtained from ground-based measurements, terrestrial analog studies, laboratory experiments and modelling as well as future exploration and prospects.
In this session, we welcome contributions on scientific investigations as well as theoretical models concerning the deep interior and subsurface structure and composition; the surface morphology and composition; the atmospheric composition, dynamics and climate; the ionospheric environment and its interaction with the solar wind; astrobiology and habitability of Mars.

We invite also contributions on martian meteorites. All petrological, geochemical and isotopic studies unraveling composition and structure of martian crust, igneous processes and fluid/rock interaction record are welcome.