Near-IR Reflectance Spectroscopy of 433 Eros from the NIS Instrument on the NEAR Mission: I. Low Phase Angle Observations

@article{Bell2002NearIRRS,
  title={Near-IR Reflectance Spectroscopy of 433 Eros from the NIS Instrument on the NEAR Mission: I. Low Phase Angle Observations},
  author={J. Bell and N. Izenberg and P. Lucey and B. Clark and C. Peterson and M. Gaffey and J. Joseph and B. Carcich and A. Harch and M. Bell and J. Warren and P. D. Martin and L. McFadden and D. Wellnitz and S. Murchie and M. Winter and J. Veverka and P. Thomas and M. S. Robinson and M. Malin and A. Cheng},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2002},
  volume={155},
  pages={119-144}
}
Abstract From February 13 to May 13, 2000, the near-infrared spectrometer (NIS) instrument on the Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft obtained more than 200,000 spatially resolved 800- to 2500-nm reflectance spectra of the S-type asteroid 433 Eros. An important subset of the spectra was obtained during a unique opportunity on February 13 and 14, when the NEAR spacecraft flew directly through the 0° phase angle point between Eros and the Sun just prior to the orbital insertion… Expand
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