The Cassini Visual And Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (Vims) Investigation

@article{Brown2004TheCV,
  title={The Cassini Visual And Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (Vims) Investigation},
  author={R. Hamilton Brown and Kevin H. Baines and Giancarlo Bellucci and J. P. Bibring and Bonnie J. Buratti and Fabrizio Capaccioni and Priscilla Cerroni and Roger N. Clark and Angioletta Coradini and Dale P. Cruikshank and Pierre Drossart and Vittorio Formisano and Ralf Jaumann and Yves Langevin and Dennis Matson and Thomas B. McCord and Vito Mennella and E. A. Miller and Ron M. Nelson and Philip D. Nicholson and Bruno Sicardy and Christophe Sotin},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2004},
  volume={115},
  pages={111-168}
}
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