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    • Detection, Analysis, and Removal of Glitches From InSight's Seismic Data From Mars 

      Scholz, John‐Robert; Widmer‐Schnidrig, Rudolf; Davis, Paul; Lognonné, PhilippeORCIDiD; Pinot, Baptiste; Garcia, Raphaël F.ORCIDiD; Hurst, KennethORCIDiD; Pou, LaurentORCIDiD; Nimmo, FrancisORCIDiD; Barkaoui, SalmaORCIDiD; de Raucourt, Sébastien; Knapmeyer‐Endrun, Brigitte; Knapmeyer, MartinORCIDiD; Orhand‐Mainsant, Guénolé; Compaire, NicolasORCIDiD; Cuvier, Arthur; Beucler, ÉricORCIDiD; Bonnin, MickaëlORCIDiD; Joshi, RakshitORCIDiD; Sainton, Grégory; Stutzmann, EléonoreORCIDiD; Schimmel, MartinORCIDiD; Horleston, AnnaORCIDiD; Böse, Maren; Ceylan, SavasORCIDiD; Clinton, John; van Driel, Martin; Kawamura, Taichi; Khan, AmirORCIDiD; Stähler, Simon C.ORCIDiD; Giardini, DomenicoORCIDiD; Charalambous, ConstantinosORCIDiD; Stott, Alexander E.ORCIDiD; Pike, William T.; Christensen, Ulrich R.ORCIDiD; Banerdt, W. BruceORCIDiD (Earth and Space Science, 2020-10-30)
      Abstract The instrument package SEIS (Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure) with the three very broadband and three short‐period seismic sensors is installed on the surface on Mars as part of NASA's InSight Discovery ...