European component of the AIDA mission to a binary asteroid: Characterization and interpretation of the impact of the DART mission

  title={European component of the AIDA mission to a binary asteroid: Characterization and interpretation of the impact of the DART mission},
  author={Patrick Michel and Michael Kueppers and Holger Sierks and Ian Carnelli and Andrew F. Cheng and Karim Mellab and Mikael Granvik and A. Kestil{\"a} and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Kohout and Karri Muinonen and Antti N{\"a}sil{\"a} and Antti Penttil{\"a} and Tuomas Tikka and Paolo Tortora and Val{\'e}rie Ciarletti and Alain H{\'e}rique and Naomi Murdoch and Erik Asphaug and Andrew S. Rivkin and Olivier S. Barnouin and Adriano Campo Bagatin and Petr Pravec and Derek C. Richardson and Stephen R. Schwartz and Kleomenis Tsiganis and Stephan Ulamec and {\"O}zg{\"u}r Karatekin},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},

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