Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets


Low-Frequency Radar Investigations of Planetary and Terrestrial Environments

Since the early 1960s, radar has evolved into an effective and powerful tool for investigating planetary surface and subsurface environments, helping to characterize the topography, geology, and subsurface physical properties of the Earth, Moon, Mars, and other bodies in the solar system. Of particular interest is the use of radar to investigate the hydrology and paleohydrology of planetary bodies, as well as its use for assessment of the distribution and state of subsurface water and the location of potential subsurface habitats capable of sustaining life.

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