PALLAS: Planetary Analogues Laboratory for Light, Atmosphere, and Surface Simulations

@inproceedings{Kate2016PALLASPA,
  title={PALLAS: Planetary Analogues Laboratory for Light, Atmosphere, and Surface Simulations},
  author={Inge Loes ten Kate and Marieke Reuver},
  year={2016}
}
Humankind has been interested in space throughout the ages and studies of the universe and our own solar system have been ongoing since the first observations of celestial bodies. In the current era space exploration has provided in situ data for the different bodies in our solar system. To fully comprehend the underlying processes occurring in these bodies, missions and telescope observations are, however, not sufficient and additional modelling studies, both numerical and analogue, are… CONTINUE READING

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