Spectroscopic Characterization of Mineralogy and Its Diversity Across Vesta

@article{Sanctis2012SpectroscopicCO,
  title={Spectroscopic Characterization of Mineralogy and Its Diversity Across Vesta},
  author={M. D. De Sanctis and E. Ammannito and M. Capria and F. Tosi and F. Capaccioni and F. Zambon and F. Carraro and S. Fonte and A. Frigeri and R. Jaumann and G. Magni and S. Marchi and T. Mccord and L. McFadden and H. Mcsween and D. Mittlefehldt and A. Nathues and E. Palomba and C. Pieters and C. Raymond and C. Russell and M. Toplis and D. Turrini},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={336},
  pages={697 - 700}
}
A New Dawn Since 17 July 2011, NASA's spacecraft Dawn has been orbiting the asteroid Vesta—the second most massive and the third largest asteroid in the solar system (see the cover). Russell et al. (p. 684) use Dawn's observations to confirm that Vesta is a small differentiated planetary body with an inner core, and represents a surviving proto-planet from the earliest epoch of solar system formation; Vesta is also confirmed as the source of the howardite-eucrite-diogenite (HED) meteorites… Expand
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