2004
DOI: 10.1029/2004je002264
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Abstract: [1] Radar penetration of mantling layers, and scattering from buried objects or interfaces, is a topic of current interest in both terrestrial and planetary remote sensing. We examine the behavior of surface and subsurface scattering interfaces and the types of information that may be obtained from observations in different polarizations and wavelengths. These results are applied to the design of a future Mars orbital synthetic aperture radar (SAR), for which we draw the following conclusions.(1) Mapping of b…

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