Surface-Exosphere-Magnetosphere System Of Mercury

@article{Milillo2005SurfaceExosphereMagnetosphereSO,
  title={Surface-Exosphere-Magnetosphere System Of Mercury},
  author={A. Milillo and P. Wurz and S. Orsini and D. Delcourt and E. Kallio and R. Killen and H. Lammer and S. Massetti and A. Mura and S. Barabash and G. Cremonese and I. Daglis and E. Angelis and A. M. Lellis and S. Livi and V. Mangano and K. Torkar},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2005},
  volume={117},
  pages={397-443}
}
Mercury is a poorly known planet, since the only space-based information comes from the three fly-bys performed in 1974 by the Mariner 10 spacecraft. Ground-based observations also provided some interesting results, but they are particularly difficult to obtain due to the planet’s proximity to the Sun. Nevertheless, the fact that the planet’s orbit is so close to the Sun makes Mercury a particularly interesting subject for extreme environmental conditions. Among a number of crucial scientific… Expand
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