The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover: Body Unit and Combined System Tests

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The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover : Body Unit and Combined System Tests. / Wiens, Roger C.; Maurice, Sylvestre; Robinson, Scott H.; Nelson, Anthony E.; Cais, Philippe; Bernardi, Pernelle; Newell, Raymond T.; Clegg, Sam; Sharma, Shiv K.; Storms, Steven; Deming, Jonathan; Beckman, Darrel; Ollila, Ann M.; Gasnault, Olivier; Anderson, Ryan B.; André, Yves; Michael Angel, S.; Arana, Gorka; Auden, Elizabeth; Beck, Pierre; Becker, Joseph; Benzerara, Karim; Bernard, Sylvain; Beyssac, Olivier; Borges, Louis; Bousquet, Bruno; Boyd, Kerry; Caffrey, Michael; Carlson, Jeffrey; Castro, Kepa; Celis, Jorden; Chide, Baptiste; Clark, Kevin; Cloutis, Edward; Cordoba, Elizabeth C.; Cousin, Agnes; Dale, Magdalena; Deflores, Lauren; Delapp, Dorothea; Deleuze, Muriel; Dirmyer, Matthew; Donny, Christophe; Dromart, Gilles; George Duran, M.; Egan, Miles; Ervin, Joan; Fabre, Cecile; Fau, Amaury; Fischer, Woodward; Forni, Olivier; Fouchet, Thierry; Fresquez, Reuben; Frydenvang, Jens; Gasway, Denine; Gontijo, Ivair; Grotzinger, John; Jacob, Xavier; Jacquinod, Sophie; Johnson, Jeffrey R.; Klisiewicz, Roberta A.; Lake, James; Lanza, Nina; Laserna, Javier; Lasue, Jeremie; Le Mouélic, Stéphane; Legett, Carey; Leveille, Richard; Lewin, Eric; Lopez-Reyes, Guillermo; Lorenz, Ralph; Lorigny, Eric; Love, Steven P.; Lucero, Briana; Madariaga, Juan Manuel; Madsen, Morten; Madsen, Soren; Mangold, Nicolas; Manrique, Jose Antonio; Martinez, J. P.; Martinez-Frias, Jesus; McCabe, Kevin P.; McConnochie, Timothy H.; McGlown, Justin M.; McLennan, Scott M.; Melikechi, Noureddine; Meslin, Pierre Yves; Michel, John M.; Mimoun, David; Misra, Anupam; Montagnac, Gilles; Montmessin, Franck; Mousset, Valerie; Murdoch, Naomi; Newsom, Horton; Ott, Logan A.; Ousnamer, Zachary R.; Pares, Laurent; Parot, Yann; Pawluczyk, Rafal; Glen Peterson, C.; Pilleri, Paolo; Pinet, Patrick; Pont, Gabriel; Poulet, Francois; Provost, Cheryl; Quertier, Benjamin; Quinn, Heather; Rapin, William; Reess, Jean Michel; Regan, Amy H.; Reyes-Newell, Adriana L.; Romano, Philip J.; Royer, Clement; Rull, Fernando; Sandoval, Benigno; Sarrao, Joseph H.; Sautter, Violaine; Schoppers, Marcel J.; Schröder, Susanne; Seitz, Daniel; Shepherd, Terra; Sobron, Pablo; Dubois, Bruno; Sridhar, Vishnu; Toplis, Michael J.; Torre-Fdez, Imanol; Trettel, Ian A.; Underwood, Mark; Valdez, Andres; Valdez, Jacob; Venhaus, Dawn; Willis, Peter.

In: Space Science Reviews, Vol. 217, No. 1, 4, 02.2021.

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Wiens, RC, Maurice, S, Robinson, SH, Nelson, AE, Cais, P, Bernardi, P, Newell, RT, Clegg, S, Sharma, SK, Storms, S, Deming, J, Beckman, D, Ollila, AM, Gasnault, O, Anderson, RB, André, Y, Michael Angel, S, Arana, G, Auden, E, Beck, P, Becker, J, Benzerara, K, Bernard, S, Beyssac, O, Borges, L, Bousquet, B, Boyd, K, Caffrey, M, Carlson, J, Castro, K, Celis, J, Chide, B, Clark, K, Cloutis, E, Cordoba, EC, Cousin, A, Dale, M, Deflores, L, Delapp, D, Deleuze, M, Dirmyer, M, Donny, C, Dromart, G, George Duran, M, Egan, M, Ervin, J, Fabre, C, Fau, A, Fischer, W, Forni, O, Fouchet, T, Fresquez, R, Frydenvang, J, Gasway, D, Gontijo, I, Grotzinger, J, Jacob, X, Jacquinod, S, Johnson, JR, Klisiewicz, RA, Lake, J, Lanza, N, Laserna, J, Lasue, J, Le Mouélic, S, Legett, C, Leveille, R, Lewin, E, Lopez-Reyes, G, Lorenz, R, Lorigny, E, Love, SP, Lucero, B, Madariaga, JM, Madsen, M, Madsen, S, Mangold, N, Manrique, JA, Martinez, JP, Martinez-Frias, J, McCabe, KP, McConnochie, TH, McGlown, JM, McLennan, SM, Melikechi, N, Meslin, PY, Michel, JM, Mimoun, D, Misra, A, Montagnac, G, Montmessin, F, Mousset, V, Murdoch, N, Newsom, H, Ott, LA, Ousnamer, ZR, Pares, L, Parot, Y, Pawluczyk, R, Glen Peterson, C, Pilleri, P, Pinet, P, Pont, G, Poulet, F, Provost, C, Quertier, B, Quinn, H, Rapin, W, Reess, JM, Regan, AH, Reyes-Newell, AL, Romano, PJ, Royer, C, Rull, F, Sandoval, B, Sarrao, JH, Sautter, V, Schoppers, MJ, Schröder, S, Seitz, D, Shepherd, T, Sobron, P, Dubois, B, Sridhar, V, Toplis, MJ, Torre-Fdez, I, Trettel, IA, Underwood, M, Valdez, A, Valdez, J, Venhaus, D & Willis, P 2021, 'The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover: Body Unit and Combined System Tests', Space Science Reviews, vol. 217, no. 1, 4. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-020-00777-5

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Wiens, R. C., Maurice, S., Robinson, S. H., Nelson, A. E., Cais, P., Bernardi, P., ... Willis, P. (2021). The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover: Body Unit and Combined System Tests. Space Science Reviews, 217(1), [4]. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-020-00777-5

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Wiens RC, Maurice S, Robinson SH, Nelson AE, Cais P, Bernardi P et al. The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover: Body Unit and Combined System Tests. Space Science Reviews. 2021 Feb;217(1). 4. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-020-00777-5

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Wiens, Roger C. ; Maurice, Sylvestre ; Robinson, Scott H. ; Nelson, Anthony E. ; Cais, Philippe ; Bernardi, Pernelle ; Newell, Raymond T. ; Clegg, Sam ; Sharma, Shiv K. ; Storms, Steven ; Deming, Jonathan ; Beckman, Darrel ; Ollila, Ann M. ; Gasnault, Olivier ; Anderson, Ryan B. ; André, Yves ; Michael Angel, S. ; Arana, Gorka ; Auden, Elizabeth ; Beck, Pierre ; Becker, Joseph ; Benzerara, Karim ; Bernard, Sylvain ; Beyssac, Olivier ; Borges, Louis ; Bousquet, Bruno ; Boyd, Kerry ; Caffrey, Michael ; Carlson, Jeffrey ; Castro, Kepa ; Celis, Jorden ; Chide, Baptiste ; Clark, Kevin ; Cloutis, Edward ; Cordoba, Elizabeth C. ; Cousin, Agnes ; Dale, Magdalena ; Deflores, Lauren ; Delapp, Dorothea ; Deleuze, Muriel ; Dirmyer, Matthew ; Donny, Christophe ; Dromart, Gilles ; George Duran, M. ; Egan, Miles ; Ervin, Joan ; Fabre, Cecile ; Fau, Amaury ; Fischer, Woodward ; Forni, Olivier ; Fouchet, Thierry ; Fresquez, Reuben ; Frydenvang, Jens ; Gasway, Denine ; Gontijo, Ivair ; Grotzinger, John ; Jacob, Xavier ; Jacquinod, Sophie ; Johnson, Jeffrey R. ; Klisiewicz, Roberta A. ; Lake, James ; Lanza, Nina ; Laserna, Javier ; Lasue, Jeremie ; Le Mouélic, Stéphane ; Legett, Carey ; Leveille, Richard ; Lewin, Eric ; Lopez-Reyes, Guillermo ; Lorenz, Ralph ; Lorigny, Eric ; Love, Steven P. ; Lucero, Briana ; Madariaga, Juan Manuel ; Madsen, Morten ; Madsen, Soren ; Mangold, Nicolas ; Manrique, Jose Antonio ; Martinez, J. P. ; Martinez-Frias, Jesus ; McCabe, Kevin P. ; McConnochie, Timothy H. ; McGlown, Justin M. ; McLennan, Scott M. ; Melikechi, Noureddine ; Meslin, Pierre Yves ; Michel, John M. ; Mimoun, David ; Misra, Anupam ; Montagnac, Gilles ; Montmessin, Franck ; Mousset, Valerie ; Murdoch, Naomi ; Newsom, Horton ; Ott, Logan A. ; Ousnamer, Zachary R. ; Pares, Laurent ; Parot, Yann ; Pawluczyk, Rafal ; Glen Peterson, C. ; Pilleri, Paolo ; Pinet, Patrick ; Pont, Gabriel ; Poulet, Francois ; Provost, Cheryl ; Quertier, Benjamin ; Quinn, Heather ; Rapin, William ; Reess, Jean Michel ; Regan, Amy H. ; Reyes-Newell, Adriana L. ; Romano, Philip J. ; Royer, Clement ; Rull, Fernando ; Sandoval, Benigno ; Sarrao, Joseph H. ; Sautter, Violaine ; Schoppers, Marcel J. ; Schröder, Susanne ; Seitz, Daniel ; Shepherd, Terra ; Sobron, Pablo ; Dubois, Bruno ; Sridhar, Vishnu ; Toplis, Michael J. ; Torre-Fdez, Imanol ; Trettel, Ian A. ; Underwood, Mark ; Valdez, Andres ; Valdez, Jacob ; Venhaus, Dawn ; Willis, Peter. / The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover : Body Unit and Combined System Tests. In: Space Science Reviews. 2021 ; Vol. 217, No. 1.

Bibtex

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title = "The SuperCam Instrument Suite on the NASA Mars 2020 Rover: Body Unit and Combined System Tests",
abstract = "The SuperCam instrument suite provides the Mars 2020 rover, Perseverance, with a number of versatile remote-sensing techniques that can be used at long distance as well as within the robotic-arm workspace. These include laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), remote time-resolved Raman and luminescence spectroscopies, and visible and infrared (VISIR; separately referred to as VIS and IR) reflectance spectroscopy. A remote micro-imager (RMI) provides high-resolution color context imaging, and a microphone can be used as a stand-alone tool for environmental studies or to determine physical properties of rocks and soils from shock waves of laser-produced plasmas. SuperCam is built in three parts: The mast unit (MU), consisting of the laser, telescope, RMI, IR spectrometer, and associated electronics, is described in a companion paper. The on-board calibration targets are described in another companion paper. Here we describe SuperCam’s body unit (BU) and testing of the integrated instrument. The BU, mounted inside the rover body, receives light from the MU via a 5.8 m optical fiber. The light is split into three wavelength bands by a demultiplexer, and is routed via fiber bundles to three optical spectrometers, two of which (UV and violet; 245–340 and 385–465 nm) are crossed Czerny-Turner reflection spectrometers, nearly identical to their counterparts on ChemCam. The third is a high-efficiency transmission spectrometer containing an optical intensifier capable of gating exposures to 100 ns or longer, with variable delay times relative to the laser pulse. This spectrometer covers 535–853 nm (105–7070cm−1 Raman shift relative to the 532 nm green laser beam) with 12cm−1 full-width at half-maximum peak resolution in the Raman fingerprint region. The BU electronics boards interface with the rover and control the instrument, returning data to the rover. Thermal systems maintain a warm temperature during cruise to Mars to avoid contamination on the optics, and cool the detectors during operations on Mars. Results obtained with the integrated instrument demonstrate its capabilities for LIBS, for which a library of 332 standards was developed. Examples of Raman and VISIR spectroscopy are shown, demonstrating clear mineral identification with both techniques. Luminescence spectra demonstrate the utility of having both spectral and temporal dimensions. Finally, RMI and microphone tests on the rover demonstrate the capabilities of these subsystems as well.",
keywords = "Infrared spectroscopy, Jezero crater, LIBS, Mars, Microphone on Mars, Perseverance rover, Raman spectroscopy, SuperCam",
author = "Wiens, {Roger C.} and Sylvestre Maurice and Robinson, {Scott H.} and Nelson, {Anthony E.} and Philippe Cais and Pernelle Bernardi and Newell, {Raymond T.} and Sam Clegg and Sharma, {Shiv K.} and Steven Storms and Jonathan Deming and Darrel Beckman and Ollila, {Ann M.} and Olivier Gasnault and Anderson, {Ryan B.} and Yves Andr{\'e} and {Michael Angel}, S. and Gorka Arana and Elizabeth Auden and Pierre Beck and Joseph Becker and Karim Benzerara and Sylvain Bernard and Olivier Beyssac and Louis Borges and Bruno Bousquet and Kerry Boyd and Michael Caffrey and Jeffrey Carlson and Kepa Castro and Jorden Celis and Baptiste Chide and Kevin Clark and Edward Cloutis and Cordoba, {Elizabeth C.} and Agnes Cousin and Magdalena Dale and Lauren Deflores and Dorothea Delapp and Muriel Deleuze and Matthew Dirmyer and Christophe Donny and Gilles Dromart and {George Duran}, M. and Miles Egan and Joan Ervin and Cecile Fabre and Amaury Fau and Woodward Fischer and Olivier Forni and Thierry Fouchet and Reuben Fresquez and Jens Frydenvang and Denine Gasway and Ivair Gontijo and John Grotzinger and Xavier Jacob and Sophie Jacquinod and Johnson, {Jeffrey R.} and Klisiewicz, {Roberta A.} and James Lake and Nina Lanza and Javier Laserna and Jeremie Lasue and {Le Mou{\'e}lic}, St{\'e}phane and Carey Legett and Richard Leveille and Eric Lewin and Guillermo Lopez-Reyes and Ralph Lorenz and Eric Lorigny and Love, {Steven P.} and Briana Lucero and Madariaga, {Juan Manuel} and Morten Madsen and Soren Madsen and Nicolas Mangold and Manrique, {Jose Antonio} and Martinez, {J. P.} and Jesus Martinez-Frias and McCabe, {Kevin P.} and McConnochie, {Timothy H.} and McGlown, {Justin M.} and McLennan, {Scott M.} and Noureddine Melikechi and Meslin, {Pierre Yves} and Michel, {John M.} and David Mimoun and Anupam Misra and Gilles Montagnac and Franck Montmessin and Valerie Mousset and Naomi Murdoch and Horton Newsom and Ott, {Logan A.} and Ousnamer, {Zachary R.} and Laurent Pares and Yann Parot and Rafal Pawluczyk and {Glen Peterson}, C. and Paolo Pilleri and Patrick Pinet and Gabriel Pont and Francois Poulet and Cheryl Provost and Benjamin Quertier and Heather Quinn and William Rapin and Reess, {Jean Michel} and Regan, {Amy H.} and Reyes-Newell, {Adriana L.} and Romano, {Philip J.} and Clement Royer and Fernando Rull and Benigno Sandoval and Sarrao, {Joseph H.} and Violaine Sautter and Schoppers, {Marcel J.} and Susanne Schr{\"o}der and Daniel Seitz and Terra Shepherd and Pablo Sobron and Bruno Dubois and Vishnu Sridhar and Toplis, {Michael J.} and Imanol Torre-Fdez and Trettel, {Ian A.} and Mark Underwood and Andres Valdez and Jacob Valdez and Dawn Venhaus and Peter Willis",
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AU - Wiens, Roger C.

AU - Maurice, Sylvestre

AU - Robinson, Scott H.

AU - Nelson, Anthony E.

AU - Cais, Philippe

AU - Bernardi, Pernelle

AU - Newell, Raymond T.

AU - Clegg, Sam

AU - Sharma, Shiv K.

AU - Storms, Steven

AU - Deming, Jonathan

AU - Beckman, Darrel

AU - Ollila, Ann M.

AU - Gasnault, Olivier

AU - Anderson, Ryan B.

AU - André, Yves

AU - Michael Angel, S.

AU - Arana, Gorka

AU - Auden, Elizabeth

AU - Beck, Pierre

AU - Becker, Joseph

AU - Benzerara, Karim

AU - Bernard, Sylvain

AU - Beyssac, Olivier

AU - Borges, Louis

AU - Bousquet, Bruno

AU - Boyd, Kerry

AU - Caffrey, Michael

AU - Carlson, Jeffrey

AU - Castro, Kepa

AU - Celis, Jorden

AU - Chide, Baptiste

AU - Clark, Kevin

AU - Cloutis, Edward

AU - Cordoba, Elizabeth C.

AU - Cousin, Agnes

AU - Dale, Magdalena

AU - Deflores, Lauren

AU - Delapp, Dorothea

AU - Deleuze, Muriel

AU - Dirmyer, Matthew

AU - Donny, Christophe

AU - Dromart, Gilles

AU - George Duran, M.

AU - Egan, Miles

AU - Ervin, Joan

AU - Fabre, Cecile

AU - Fau, Amaury

AU - Fischer, Woodward

AU - Forni, Olivier

AU - Fouchet, Thierry

AU - Fresquez, Reuben

AU - Frydenvang, Jens

AU - Gasway, Denine

AU - Gontijo, Ivair

AU - Grotzinger, John

AU - Jacob, Xavier

AU - Jacquinod, Sophie

AU - Johnson, Jeffrey R.

AU - Klisiewicz, Roberta A.

AU - Lake, James

AU - Lanza, Nina

AU - Laserna, Javier

AU - Lasue, Jeremie

AU - Le Mouélic, Stéphane

AU - Legett, Carey

AU - Leveille, Richard

AU - Lewin, Eric

AU - Lopez-Reyes, Guillermo

AU - Lorenz, Ralph

AU - Lorigny, Eric

AU - Love, Steven P.

AU - Lucero, Briana

AU - Madariaga, Juan Manuel

AU - Madsen, Morten

AU - Madsen, Soren

AU - Mangold, Nicolas

AU - Manrique, Jose Antonio

AU - Martinez, J. P.

AU - Martinez-Frias, Jesus

AU - McCabe, Kevin P.

AU - McConnochie, Timothy H.

AU - McGlown, Justin M.

AU - McLennan, Scott M.

AU - Melikechi, Noureddine

AU - Meslin, Pierre Yves

AU - Michel, John M.

AU - Mimoun, David

AU - Misra, Anupam

AU - Montagnac, Gilles

AU - Montmessin, Franck

AU - Mousset, Valerie

AU - Murdoch, Naomi

AU - Newsom, Horton

AU - Ott, Logan A.

AU - Ousnamer, Zachary R.

AU - Pares, Laurent

AU - Parot, Yann

AU - Pawluczyk, Rafal

AU - Glen Peterson, C.

AU - Pilleri, Paolo

AU - Pinet, Patrick

AU - Pont, Gabriel

AU - Poulet, Francois

AU - Provost, Cheryl

AU - Quertier, Benjamin

AU - Quinn, Heather

AU - Rapin, William

AU - Reess, Jean Michel

AU - Regan, Amy H.

AU - Reyes-Newell, Adriana L.

AU - Romano, Philip J.

AU - Royer, Clement

AU - Rull, Fernando

AU - Sandoval, Benigno

AU - Sarrao, Joseph H.

AU - Sautter, Violaine

AU - Schoppers, Marcel J.

AU - Schröder, Susanne

AU - Seitz, Daniel

AU - Shepherd, Terra

AU - Sobron, Pablo

AU - Dubois, Bruno

AU - Sridhar, Vishnu

AU - Toplis, Michael J.

AU - Torre-Fdez, Imanol

AU - Trettel, Ian A.

AU - Underwood, Mark

AU - Valdez, Andres

AU - Valdez, Jacob

AU - Venhaus, Dawn

AU - Willis, Peter

PY - 2021/2

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N2 - The SuperCam instrument suite provides the Mars 2020 rover, Perseverance, with a number of versatile remote-sensing techniques that can be used at long distance as well as within the robotic-arm workspace. These include laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), remote time-resolved Raman and luminescence spectroscopies, and visible and infrared (VISIR; separately referred to as VIS and IR) reflectance spectroscopy. A remote micro-imager (RMI) provides high-resolution color context imaging, and a microphone can be used as a stand-alone tool for environmental studies or to determine physical properties of rocks and soils from shock waves of laser-produced plasmas. SuperCam is built in three parts: The mast unit (MU), consisting of the laser, telescope, RMI, IR spectrometer, and associated electronics, is described in a companion paper. The on-board calibration targets are described in another companion paper. Here we describe SuperCam’s body unit (BU) and testing of the integrated instrument. The BU, mounted inside the rover body, receives light from the MU via a 5.8 m optical fiber. The light is split into three wavelength bands by a demultiplexer, and is routed via fiber bundles to three optical spectrometers, two of which (UV and violet; 245–340 and 385–465 nm) are crossed Czerny-Turner reflection spectrometers, nearly identical to their counterparts on ChemCam. The third is a high-efficiency transmission spectrometer containing an optical intensifier capable of gating exposures to 100 ns or longer, with variable delay times relative to the laser pulse. This spectrometer covers 535–853 nm (105–7070cm−1 Raman shift relative to the 532 nm green laser beam) with 12cm−1 full-width at half-maximum peak resolution in the Raman fingerprint region. The BU electronics boards interface with the rover and control the instrument, returning data to the rover. Thermal systems maintain a warm temperature during cruise to Mars to avoid contamination on the optics, and cool the detectors during operations on Mars. Results obtained with the integrated instrument demonstrate its capabilities for LIBS, for which a library of 332 standards was developed. Examples of Raman and VISIR spectroscopy are shown, demonstrating clear mineral identification with both techniques. Luminescence spectra demonstrate the utility of having both spectral and temporal dimensions. Finally, RMI and microphone tests on the rover demonstrate the capabilities of these subsystems as well.

AB - The SuperCam instrument suite provides the Mars 2020 rover, Perseverance, with a number of versatile remote-sensing techniques that can be used at long distance as well as within the robotic-arm workspace. These include laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), remote time-resolved Raman and luminescence spectroscopies, and visible and infrared (VISIR; separately referred to as VIS and IR) reflectance spectroscopy. A remote micro-imager (RMI) provides high-resolution color context imaging, and a microphone can be used as a stand-alone tool for environmental studies or to determine physical properties of rocks and soils from shock waves of laser-produced plasmas. SuperCam is built in three parts: The mast unit (MU), consisting of the laser, telescope, RMI, IR spectrometer, and associated electronics, is described in a companion paper. The on-board calibration targets are described in another companion paper. Here we describe SuperCam’s body unit (BU) and testing of the integrated instrument. The BU, mounted inside the rover body, receives light from the MU via a 5.8 m optical fiber. The light is split into three wavelength bands by a demultiplexer, and is routed via fiber bundles to three optical spectrometers, two of which (UV and violet; 245–340 and 385–465 nm) are crossed Czerny-Turner reflection spectrometers, nearly identical to their counterparts on ChemCam. The third is a high-efficiency transmission spectrometer containing an optical intensifier capable of gating exposures to 100 ns or longer, with variable delay times relative to the laser pulse. This spectrometer covers 535–853 nm (105–7070cm−1 Raman shift relative to the 532 nm green laser beam) with 12cm−1 full-width at half-maximum peak resolution in the Raman fingerprint region. The BU electronics boards interface with the rover and control the instrument, returning data to the rover. Thermal systems maintain a warm temperature during cruise to Mars to avoid contamination on the optics, and cool the detectors during operations on Mars. Results obtained with the integrated instrument demonstrate its capabilities for LIBS, for which a library of 332 standards was developed. Examples of Raman and VISIR spectroscopy are shown, demonstrating clear mineral identification with both techniques. Luminescence spectra demonstrate the utility of having both spectral and temporal dimensions. Finally, RMI and microphone tests on the rover demonstrate the capabilities of these subsystems as well.

KW - Infrared spectroscopy

KW - Jezero crater

KW - LIBS

KW - Mars

KW - Microphone on Mars

KW - Perseverance rover

KW - Raman spectroscopy

KW - SuperCam

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