Outgassing of icy bodies in the Solar System ― I. The sublimation of hexagonal water ice through dust layers

@inproceedings{Gundlach2011OutgassingOI,
  title={Outgassing of icy bodies in the Solar System ― I. The sublimation of hexagonal water ice through dust layers},
  author={Bastian Gundlach and Yuri V. Skorov and Jurgen Rene Blum},
  year={2011}
}
Our knowledge about the physical processes determining the activity of comets were mainly influenced by several extremely successful space missions (Giotto, Deep Space I, Stardust, Deep Impact and EPOXI), the predictions of theoretical models and the results of laboratory experiments. However, novel computer models should not be treated in isolation but should be based on experimental results and should be verified and calibrated by experimental work. Therefore, a new experimental setup was… CONTINUE READING
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