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The Constitution and Structure of the Lunar Interior
The current state of understanding of the lunar interior is the sum of nearly four decades of work and a range of exploration programs spanning that same time period. Missions of the 1960s includingExpand
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Ferromagnetic resonance and low-temperature magnetic tests for biogenic magnetite
Magnetite is both a common inorganic rock-forming mineral and a biogenic product formed by a diversity of organisms. Magnetotactic bacteria produce intracellular magnetites of high purity andExpand
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Records of an ancient Martian magnetic field in ALH84001
Although Mars does not presently appear to have a global dynamo magnetic field, strong crustal fields have recently been detected by the Mars Global Surveyor above surfaces formed ∼3 or more Ga. WeExpand
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Chondrites as samples of differentiated planetesimals
Abstract Chondritic meteorites are unmelted and variably metamorphosed aggregates of the earliest solids of the solar system. The variety of metamorphic textures in chondrites motivated the “onionExpand
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Early Lunar Magnetism
It is uncertain whether the Moon ever formed a metallic core or generated a core dynamo. The lunar crust and returned samples are magnetized, but the source of this magnetization could be meteoroidExpand
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Paleomagnetic Records of Meteorites and Early Planetesimal Differentiation
The large-scale compositional structures of planets are primarily established during early global differentiation. Advances in analytical geochemistry, the increasing diversity of extraterrestrialExpand
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The bombardment history of the Moon as recorded by 40 Ar- 39 Ar chronology
New petrography and 40Ar-39Ar ages have been obtained for 1–3 mm sized rock fragments from Apollo 16 Station 13 soil 63503 (North Ray crater ejecta) and chips from three rocks collected by Apollo 16Expand
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Ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy for assessment of magnetic anisotropy and magnetostatic interactions: A case study of mutant magnetotactic bacteria
Ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy (FMR) can be used to measure the effective magnetic field within a sample, including the contributions of both magnetic anisotropy and magnetostatic interactions.Expand
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Solar nebula magnetic fields recorded in the Semarkona meteorite
Magnetic fields are proposed to have played a critical role in some of the most enigmatic processes of planetary formation by mediating the rapid accretion of disk material onto the central star andExpand
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Geology of Lonar Crater, India
Lonar Crater, India, is one of the youngest and best preserved impact structures on Earth. The 1.88-km-diameter simple crater formed entirely within the Deccan traps, making it a useful analogue forExpand
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