Radar doppler spectroscopy of Mars: Elevation differences between bright and dark areas, Volume 1
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CORRELATION OF RADAR REFLECTIVITIES WITH OPTICAL DARK AREAS
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1963 radar swath 1965 Goldstone 1965 opposition adjacent bright areas Aethiopis areas are highlands Arecibo backscatter bandpass Carl Sagan centered central frequency central spike Ceraunius Cerberus contribute correlation deduced degrees Deuteronilus diffuse component Dollfus Doppler Dyce Earth elevation differences Elysium Figure Goldstein Heezen high radar reflectivity High-frequency asym higher longitudes Jet Propulsion Laboratory Kotelnikov longitude displacement Low-frequency asym low-frequency asymmetry low-frequency tail lowlands Martian cartography Martian dark areas Martian longitude mean slope metry of centroid Meudon Observatories Moeris Lacus Nepenthes Niliacus Lacus Nix Olympica North American Aviation observations of Mars optical dark areas Pollack probable error properly aligned radar observations radar return radar-reflectivity maxima reflectivity maxima regions of high required slopes Sagan secular changes shallow slopes slopes of Syrtis slopes Syrtis Major Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory spectra spectral features spectrogram specular reflection subterrestrial point Symmetrical quasi-specular component Syrtis Major Table topographical resolution total power Tractus Albus Xanthe