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The Spectrum of Comet Hale-Bopp (C/1995 O1) Observed with the Infrared Space Observatory at 2.9 Astronomical Units from the Sun
Comet Hale-Bopp (C/1995 O1) was observed at wavelengths from 2.4 to 195 micrometers with the Infrared Space Observatory when the comet was about 2.9 astronomical units (AU) from the sun. The mainExpand
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Planck 2015 results. I. Overview of products and scientific results
The European Space Agency's Planck satellite, dedicated to studying the early Universe and its subsequent evolution, was launched 14{\textasciitilde}May 2009and scanned the microwave andExpand
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Photochemistry of Saturn's Atmosphere: I. Hydrocarbon Chemistry and Comparisons with ISO Observations
To investigate the details of hydrocarbon photochemistry on Saturn, we have developed a one-dimensional diurnally averaged model that couples hydrocarbon and oxygen photochemistry, molecular and eddyExpand
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Erratum: ``Vertical distribution of Titan's atmospheric neutral constituents''
The vertical distribution of Titan's neutral atmosphere compounds is calculated from a new photochemical model extending from 40 to 1432 km. This model makes use of many updated reaction rates, andExpand
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The deuterium abundance in Jupiter and Saturn from ISO-SWS observations
Observations with the Short Wavelength Spectrometer (SWS) onboard the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) are used to determine the D/H ratio in Jupiter's and Saturn's atmospheres. The D/H ratio isExpand
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Subsurface properties and early activity of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
Heat transport and ice sublimation in comets are interrelated processes reflecting properties acquired at the time of formation and during subsequent evolution. The Microwave Instrument on theExpand
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Carbon Monoxide on Jupiter: Evidence for Both Internal and External Sources
Abstract Thirteen lines of the CO band near 4.7 μm have been observed on a jovian hot spot at a resolution of 0.045 cm−1. The measured line profiles indicate that the CO mole fraction is 1.0±0.2 ppbExpand
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Titan’s atmosphere from ISO mid-infrared spectroscopy
Abstract We have analyzed Titan observations performed by the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) in the range 7–30 μm. The spectra obtained by three of the instruments on board the mission (the shortExpand
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Photochemistry and diffusion in Jupiter's stratosphere: Constraints from ISO observations and comparisons with other giant planets
[1] We have developed a one-dimensional, diurnally averaged, photochemical model for Jupiter's stratosphere that couples photodissociation, chemical kinetics, vertical diffusion, and radiativeExpand
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Titan's atmosphere and hypothesized ocean: A reanalysis of the Voyager 1 radio-occultation and IRIS 7.7-μm data
Voyager1 radio-occultation refractivity profiles of Titan in the 0–200 km altitude range are reanalyzed in order to derive limiting profiles for the equatorial thermal structure, taking into accountExpand
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