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THE 2014 ALMA LONG BASELINE CAMPAIGN: AN OVERVIEW*
A major goal of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is to make accurate images with resolutions of tens of milliarcseconds, which at submillimeter (submm) wavelengths requiresExpand
Monitoring Venus’ mesospheric winds in support of Venus Express: IRAM 30-m and APEX observations
Abstract We report on direct wind measurements in Venus’ mesosphere (90–115 km), performed in support of Venus Express, and based on CO millimeter observations. Most observations, sampling theExpand
Next Generation Very Large Array Memo No. 5: Science Working Groups -- Project Overview
We summarize the design, capabilities, and some of the priority science goals of a next generation Very Large Array (ngVLA). The ngVLA is an interferometric array with 10x larger effective collectingExpand
Detection of CO and HCN in Pluto’s atmosphere with ALMA
Abstract Observations of the Pluto-Charon system, acquired with the ALMA interferometer on June 12–13, 2015, have led to the detection of the CO(3-2) and HCN(4-3) rotational transitions from PlutoExpand
An intense thermospheric jet on Titan
The presence of winds in Titan’s lower and middle atmosphere has been determined by a variety of techniques, including direct measurements from the Huygens Probe1 over 0–150 km; Doppler shifts ofExpand
Detection of CS in Neptune’s atmosphere from ALMA observations
Context. The large and vertically non-uniform abundance of CO in Neptune’s atmosphere has been interpreted as the result of past cometary impact(s), either single or distributed in size and time,Expand
Submillimeter mapping of mesospheric minor species on Venus with ALMA
Abstract Millimeter and submillimeter heterodyne spectroscopy offers the possibility of probing the mesosphere of Venus and monitoring minor species and winds. ALMA presents a unique opportunity toExpand
The thermal emission of Centaurs and Trans-Neptunian objects at millimeter wavelengths from ALMA observations
The sensitivity of ALMA makes it possible to detect thermal mm/submm emission from small/distant Solar System bodies at the sub-mJy level. Measured fluxes are primarily sensitive to the objects'Expand
Wind mapping in Venus’ upper mesosphere with the IRAM-Plateau de Bure interferometer
Context. The dynamics of the upper mesosphere of Venus (∼85–115 km) have been characterized as a combination of a retrograde superrotating zonal wind (RSZ) with a sub-solar-to-antisolar flow (SSAS).Expand
The Meudon Multicolor Survey (2MS) of Centaurs and Trans-Neptunian Objects: From Visible to Infrared Colors
We present the latest results of the Meudon Multicolor Survey. This survey is aimed at characterizing the color properties and trends of Centaurs and trans-Neptunian objects. We report IJHKExpand
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