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We gratefully acknowledge Arizona State University, Mars Space Flight Facility, MSIP, and THEMIS team members. We also gratefully acknowledge NASA for funding MSIP. We also wish to acknowledge all of the local donations, grants, and fund raising events that made this research possible.


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