Accepted, or in press

Seismic Noise Autocorrelations on Mars
Schimmel, M. et al.
Earth and Space Science

MOSAIC: A satellite constellation to enable groundbreaking Mars climate system science and prepare for human exploration
Lillis, R. J. et al.
The Planetary Science Journal

Soil Thermophysical Properties near the InSight Lander Derived from 50 Sols of Radiometer Measurements
Piqueux, S. et al.
Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets)

Aeolian Changes at the InSight Landing Site on Mars: Multi-instrument Observations
Charalambous C. et al.
Journal of Geophysical Research (Planets)

TRAPPIST Habitable Atmosphere Intercomparison (THAI) workshop report
Fauchez, T.J. et al.
Planetary Science Journal

The Mars system revealed by the Martian Moons eXploration mission
Ogohara, K. et al.
Earth, Planets and Space

Submitted, or in revision

New results from Mars Global Surveyor: Nocturnal convection in water-ice clouds at high northern latitudes in early summer
Hinson D., H. Wang, R.J. Wilson, A. Spiga

Lander and Rover Histories of Dust Accumulation on and Removal from Solar Arrays on Mars
Lorenz et al.
Planetary and Space Science

All quiet on the landing front: InSight’s attempt to detect Perseverance landing on Mars
Fernando et al.
Nature Astronomy

Anatomy of streaming Mars SEIS data from unsupervised learning
Barkaoui et al.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America

Search for infrasound signals in InSight data using coupled pressure/ground deformation methods
Garcia et al.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America

Seasonal seismic activity on Mars
Knapmeyer, M. et al.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters

Not accepted

The following paper was not accepted. It remains available as "Discussions" paper, along with the reviews and replies to reviews. There is nothing flawed (we believe) with this work but the reviewers had some concerns about its significance. We fully respect this peer-review decision and are happy that both the paper and discussions are available as an unpublished reference for the community.

An intercomparison of Large-Eddy Simulations of the Martian daytime convective boundary layer
Bertrand T., A. Spiga, S. Rafkin, A. Colaitis, F. Forget, and E. Millour
Geoscientific Model Development Discussions

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