The Geologically Recent Giant Impact Basins at Vesta’s South Pole

@article{Schenk2012TheGR,
  title={The Geologically Recent Giant Impact Basins at Vesta’s South Pole},
  author={P. Schenk and D. O'Brien and S. Marchi and R. Gaskell and F. Preusker and T. Roatsch and R. Jaumann and D. Buczkowski and T. Mccord and H. Mcsween and D. Williams and A. Yingst and C. Raymond and C. Russell},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={336},
  pages={694 - 697}
}
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