COMET 9P/TEMPEL 1: INTERPRETATION WITH THE DEEP IMPACT RESULTS

@inproceedings{Yamamoto2008COMET91,
  title={COMET 9P/TEMPEL 1: INTERPRETATION WITH THE DEEP IMPACT RESULTS},
  author={Satoru Yamamoto and Hiroshi Kimura and Evgenij Zubko and Hiroshi Kobayashi and Keiichi Wada and M Ishiguro and Takafumi Matsui},
  year={2008}
}
According to our common understandings, the original surface of a short-period comet nucleus has been lost by sublimation processes during its close approaches to the Sun. Sublimation results in the formation of a dust mantle on the retreated surface and in chemical differentiation of ices over tens or hundreds of meters below the mantle. In the course of NASA's Deep Impact mission, optical and infrared imaging observations of the ejecta plume were conducted by – 2 – several researchers, but… CONTINUE READING

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