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Yes, the spectra from SuperCam along with that from many other instruments is available from the NASA Planetary Data System (PDS) Geosciences Node. The overall landing page for all of the Mars2020 instruments is here and the one specifically for SuperCam is here. Reading the documentation is highly recommended as PDS archive bundles such as this can be quite ...


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At zeros order such assumption might be made, but a powerlaw relation is more common and accepted. Also a protoplanetary disk is more complex as is the planet formation process which may include radial migration of the protoplanets. So the mass $m(r)$ available at a distance $r$ might not be exactly representative for the planetary mass found at that ...


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