Elemental Mapping by Dawn Reveals Exogenic H in Vesta’s Regolith

@article{Prettyman2012ElementalMB,
  title={Elemental Mapping by Dawn Reveals Exogenic H in Vesta’s Regolith},
  author={T. Prettyman and D. Mittlefehldt and N. Yamashita and D. Lawrence and A. W. Beck and W. Feldman and T. McCoy and H. Mcsween and M. Toplis and T. Titus and P. Tricarico and R. Reedy and J. Hendricks and O. Forni and L. Le Corre and Jian-Yang Li and H. Mizzon and V. Reddy and C. Raymond and C. Russell},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={338},
  pages={242 - 246}
}
Vesta to the Core Vesta is one of the largest bodies in the main asteroid belt. Unlike most other asteroids, which are fragments of once larger bodies, Vesta is thought to have survived as a protoplanet since its formation at the beginning of the solar system (see the Perspective by Binzel, published online 20 September). Based on data obtained with the Gamma Ray and Neutron Detector aboard the Dawn spacecraft, Prettyman et al. (p. 242, published online 20 September) show that Vesta's reputed… Expand

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