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  Detection, analysis and removal of glitches from InSight's 1 seismic data from Mars

Scholz, J.-R., Widmer-Schnidrig, R., Davis, P., Lognonné, P., Pinot, B., Garcia, R. F., et al. (in press). Detection, analysis and removal of glitches from InSight's 1 seismic data from Mars. Earth and Space Science. doi:10.1002/essoar.10503314.1.

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Scholz, John-Robert1, Author              
Widmer-Schnidrig, Rudolf, Author
Davis, Paul, Author
Lognonné, Philippe, Author
Pinot, Baptiste, Author
Garcia, Raphaël F, Author
Nimmo, Francis, Author
Hurst, Kenneth, Author
Barkaoui, Salma, Author
Raucourt, Sébastien De, Author
Pou, Laurent, Author
Mainsant, Guénolé, Author
Compaire, Nicolas, Author
Cuvier, Arthur, Author
Beucler, Eric, Author
Bonnin, Mickaël, Author
Joshi, Rakshit, Author
Stutzmann, Eléonore, Author
Schimmel, Martin, Author
Horleston, Anna, Author
Böse, Maren, AuthorCeylan, Savas, AuthorClinton, John, AuthorDriel, Martin Van, AuthorKawamura, Taichi, AuthorKhan, Amir, AuthorStähler, Simon C, AuthorGiardini, Domenico, AuthorCharalambous, Constantinos, AuthorStott, Alexander E, AuthorPike, William T, AuthorChristensen, Ulrich R, AuthorBanerdt, W Bruce, Author more..
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1Department Planets and Comets, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Max Planck Society, ou_1832288              

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 Abstract: The SEIS instrument package with the three very broad-band and three short period seismic sensors is installed on the surface on Mars as part of NASA's InSight Discovery mission. When compared to terrestrial installations, SEIS is deployed in a very harsh wind and temperature environment that leads to inevitable degradation for the quality of the recorded data. One ubiquitous artifact in the raw data is an abundance of transient one-sided pulses often accompanied by high-frequency precursors. These pulses, which we term "glitches", can be modeled as the response of the instrument to a step in acceleration, while the precursors can be modeled as the response to a simultaneous step in displacement. We attribute the glitches primarily to SEIS-internal stress relaxations caused by the large temperature variations to which the instrument is exposed during a Martian day. Only a small fraction of glitches correspond to a motion of the SEIS package as a whole and they are all due to minuscule instrument tilts. In this study, we focus on the analysis of the glitch+precursor phenomenon and present how these signals can be automatically detected and removed from SEIS' raw data. As glitches affect many standard seismological analysis methods such as receiver functions or spectral decomposition, we anticipate that studies of the Martian seismicity as well as studies of Mars' internal structure should benefit from deglitched seismic data.

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2020
 Publication Status: Accepted / In Press
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 Rev. Type: Peer
 Identifiers: DOI: 10.1002/essoar.10503314.1
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Title: Earth and Space Science
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Publ. Info: American Geophysical Union
Pages: - Volume / Issue: - Sequence Number: - Start / End Page: - Identifier: ISSN: 2333-5084
CoNE: https://pure.mpg.de/cone/journals/resource/2333-5084