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Mars environment and magnetic orbiter model payload

Bibliographic reference Langlais, B. ; Leblanc, F. ; Fouchet, T. ; Barabash, S. ; Breuer, D. ; et. al. Mars environment and magnetic orbiter model payload. In: Experimental Astronomy : an international journal on astronomical instrumentation and data analysis, Vol. 23, no.3, p. 761-783 (2008)
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