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Preparing for InSight: Evaluation of the Blind Test for Martian Seismicity

van Driel, Martin and Ceylan, Savas and Clinton, John Francis and Giardini, Domenico and Alemany, Hector and Allam, Amir and Ambrois, David and Balestra, Julien and Banerdt, Bruce and Becker, Dirk and Böse, Maren and Boxberg, Marc S. and Brinkman, Nienke and Casademont, Titus and Chèze, Jérôme and Daubar, Ingrid and Deschamps, Anne and Dethof, Fabian and Ditz, Manuel and Drilleau, Mélanie and Essing, David and Euchner, Fabian and Fernando, Benjamin and Garcia, Raphaël F. and Garth, Thomas and Godwin, Harriet and Golombek, Matthew P. and Grunert, Katharina and Hadziioannou, Celine and Haindl, Claudia and Hammer, Conny and Hochfeld, Isabell and Hosseini, Kasra and Hu, Hao and Kedar, Sharon and Kenda, Balthasar and Khan, Amir and Kilchling, Tabea and Knapmeyer‐Endrun, Brigitte and Lamert, Andre and Li, Jiaxuan and Lognonné, Philippe and Mader, Sarah and Marten, Lorenz and Mehrkens, Franziska and Mercerat, Diego and Mimoun, David and Möller, Thomas and Murdoch, Naomi and Neumann, Paul and Neurath, Robert and Paffrath, Marcel and Panning, Mark P. and Peix, Fabrice and Perrin, Ludovic and Rolland, Lucie and Schimmel, Martin and Schröer, Christoph and Spiga, Aymeric and Stähler, Simon Christian and Steinmann, René and Stutzmann, Eleonore and Szenicer, Alexandre and Trumpik, Noah and Tsekhmistrenko, Maria and Twardzik, Cédric and Weber, Renee and Werdenbach‐Jarklowski, Philipp and Zhang, Shane and Zheng, Yingcai Preparing for InSight: Evaluation of the Blind Test for Martian Seismicity. (2019) Seismological Research Letters, 90 (4). 1518-1534. ISSN 0895-0695

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220180379

Abstract

In December 2018, the NASA InSight mission deployed a seismometer on the surface of Mars. In preparation for the data analysis, in July 2017 the Mars Quake Service initiated a blind test, in which participants were asked to detect and characterize seismicity embedded in a one Earth year long synthetic dataset of continuous waveforms. Synthetic data were computed for a single station, mimicking the streams that will be available from InSight as well as the expected tectonic and impact seismicity, and noise conditions on Mars (Clinton et al. 2017). In total, 84 teams from 20 countries registered for the blind test and 11 of them submitted their results in early 2018. The collection of documentations, methods, ideas and codes submitted by the participants exceeds 100 pages. The teams proposed well established as well as novel methods to tackle the challenging target of building a global seismicity catalogue using a single station. This paper summarizes the performance of the teams, and highlights the most successful contributions.

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Institution:Université de Toulouse > Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace - ISAE-SUPAERO (FRANCE)
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