Near-infrared spectral monitoring of Pluto’s ices: Spatial distribution and secular evolution

@article{Grundy2013NearinfraredSM,
  title={Near-infrared spectral monitoring of Pluto’s ices: Spatial distribution and secular evolution},
  author={William M. Grundy and Cathy B. Olkin and Leslie A. Young and Marc W. Buie and Eliot F. Young},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2013},
  volume={223},
  pages={710-721}
}

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