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Advances in Planetary Radar Astronomy

@inproceedings{Campbell2002AdvancesIP,
  title={Advances in Planetary Radar Astronomy},
  author={D. Campbell and R. S. Hudson and J. Margot},
  year={2002}
}
During an era when observations from spacecraft have produced the great majority of new information about the solar system, observations of solar-system bodies from the Earth, using high-powered radar systems, have produced some remarkable results. These include the discovery of condensed volatiles, most likely water ice, at the poles of Mercury; the high-resolution imaging of main-belt and near-Earth asteroids, including the discovery of the first near-Earth asteroid binary systems; the… Expand
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