MARTE Publications

  1. 1.C. R. Stoker, H. N. Cannon, S. E. Dunagan, L. G. Lemke, B. J. Glass, D. Miller, J. Gomez-Elvira, K. Davis, J. Zavaleta, A. Winterholler, M. Roman, J. A. Rodriguez-Manfredi, R. Bonaccorsi, M. S. Bell, A. Brown, M. Battler, B. Chen, G. Cooper, M. Davidson, D. Fernandez-Remolar, E. Gonzales-Pastor, J. L. Heldmann, J. Martinez-Frias, V. Parro, O. Prieto-Ballesteros, B. Sutter, A. C. Schuerger, J. Schutt, and F. Rull, “The 2005 MARTE robotic drilling experiment in Rio Tinto, Spain: Objectives, approach, and results of a simulated mission to search for life in the martian subsurface,” Astrobiology Journal, vol. 8, pp. 921–945, December 2008.

  2. 2.David P. Miller, Rosalba Bonaccorsi, and Kiel Davis. Design and practices for use of automated drilling and sample handling in MARTE while minimizing terrestrial and cross contamination. Astrobiology Journal, 8(5):947–965, December 2008.

  3. 3.H. Cannon, C. Stoker, S. Dunagan, K. Davis, J. Gomez-Elvira, B. Glass, L. Lemke, D. Miller, R. Bonaccorsi, M. Branson, S. Christa, J. Rodriguez-Manfredi, E. Mumm, G. Paulsen, M. Roman, A. Winterholler, and J. Zavaleta, Marte: Technology development and lessons learned from a Mars Drilling Mission Simulation. Journal of Field Robotics, vol. 24, no. 10, 2007.D. Miller & R. Bonaccorsi. Lessons Learned from Microbial Contamination in MARTE Field Tests. AbSciCon  2008. Santa Clara, CA, April 2008.

  4. 4.Alois Winterholler, Matt Roman, David P. Miller, Joerg Krause & Tim Hunt. Automated Core Sample Handling For Future Mars Drill Missions. Proceedings of iSAIRAS 2005. Munich Germany. September 2005.

  5. 5.C. Stoker, L. Lemke, H. Mandell, D. McKay, J. George, J. Gomez-Alvera, R. Amils, T. Stevens and D.P. Miller.  Mars Analog Research And Technology Experiment (MARTE): A Simulated Mars Drilling Mission to Search for Subsurface Life at the Rio Tinto, Spain, in Abstracts from 34th Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, LPI, Houston, TX, March 2003.