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Electroweak measurements in electron positron collisions at W-boson-pair energies at LEP
Electroweak measurements performed with data taken at the electron-positron collider LEP at CERN from 1995 to 2000 are reported. The combined data set considered in this report corresponds to a totalExpand
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Martian Layered Fluvial Deposits: Implications for Noachian Climate Scenarios
[1] Fluvial deposits in a basin north of Holden crater exhibiting a sinuous, anabranching pattern are of deltaic or fan origin. Channel width and meander wavelength indicate persistent flowExpand
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Thickness constraints on the icy shells of the galilean satellites from a comparison of crater shapes
A thin outer ice shell on Jupiter's large moon Europa would imply easy exchange between the surface and any organic or biotic material in its putative subsurface ocean. The thickness of the outer iceExpand
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Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon
New Horizons unveils the Pluto system In July 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft flew through the Pluto system at high speed, humanity's first close look at this enigmatic system on the outskirts ofExpand
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High-velocity collisions from the lunar cataclysm recorded in asteroidal meteorites
Lunar samples suggest that the inner Solar System was bombarded by asteroids about 4 Gyr ago. Radiometric ages of meteorites suggest an unusual number of high-velocity asteroids at this time,Expand
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The Violent Collisional History of Asteroid 4 Vesta
A New Dawn Since 17 July 2011, NASA's spacecraft Dawn has been orbiting the asteroid Vesta—the second most massive and the third largest asteroid in the solar system (see the cover). Russell et al.Expand
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Active formation of ‘chaos terrain’ over shallow subsurface water on Europa
Europa, the innermost icy satellite of Jupiter, has a tortured young surface and sustains a liquid water ocean below an ice shell of highly debated thickness. Quasi-circular areas of ice disruptionExpand
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Vesta’s Shape and Morphology
A New Dawn Since 17 July 2011, NASA's spacecraft Dawn has been orbiting the asteroid Vesta—the second most massive and the third largest asteroid in the solar system (see the cover). Russell et al.Expand
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Geology of Ganymede
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Differential Cratering of Synchronously Rotating Satellites by Ecliptic Comets
Abstract We use Monte Carlo methods to simulate impacts of ecliptic comets on the synchronously rotating satellites of giant planets. We reconfirm the long-standing prediction that the cratering rateExpand
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