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Rubble-Pile Reshaping Reproduces Overall Asteroid Shapes
There have been attempts in the past to fit the observed bulk shapes (axial ratios) of asteroids to theoretical equilibrium figures for fluids, but these attempts have not been successful in manyExpand
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Gaia Follow-up Network for the Solar System Objects
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Unfolded protein response regulates yeast small GTPase Arl 1 p activation at late Golgi via phosphorylation of Arf GEF Syt 1 p
ADP ribosylation factor (Arf) GTPases are key regulators of membrane traffic at the Golgi complex. In yeast, Arf guanine nucleotideexchange factor (GEF) Syt1p activates Arf-like protein Arl1p, whichExpand
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The aureole of Venus: light refraction in the mesosphere during the solar transit of June 6, 2004
When the disk of Venus is in proximity of the solar limb, the atmosphere of the planet is revealed by a thin arc of light known as ”aureole” or ”Lomonosov’s arc”. The refraction of sunlight isExpand
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Gaia-FUN-SSO: Tracking Gaia asteroid discoveries
The Gaia Investigation of the Solar System
Gaia as a Solar System observatory: Perspectives for binary asteroids
The Gaia satellite of the European Space Agency is expected to be launched in mid-2013. The scientific aim of Gaia is to obtain a new global picture of the Galaxy, by exploiting unprecedentedExpand
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