Felsic highland crust on Venus suggested by Galileo Near‐Infrared Mapping Spectrometer data

@inproceedings{Hashimoto2008FelsicHC,
  title={Felsic highland crust on Venus suggested by Galileo Near‐Infrared Mapping Spectrometer data},
  author={George L. Hashimoto and Maarten Roos-Serote and Seiji Sugita and Martha S. Gilmore and Lucas W. Kamp and Robert W. Carlson and Kevin H. Baines},
  year={2008}
}
Received 2 March 2008; revised 29 July 2008; accepted 18 September 2008; published 31 December 2008. [1] We evaluated the spatial variation of Venusian surface emissivity at 1.18 mm wavelength and that of near-surface atmospheric temperature using multispectral images obtained by the Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) on board the Galileo spacecraft. The Galileo NIMS observed the nightside thermal emission from the surface and the deep atmosphere of Venus, which is attenuated by… CONTINUE READING

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