The size-frequency distribution of the zodiacal cloud: evidence from the solar system dust bands

@inproceedings{Grogan2001TheSD,
  title={The size-frequency distribution of the zodiacal cloud: evidence from the solar system dust bands},
  author={Keith Grogan and Stanley F. Dermott and Daniel D. Durda},
  year={2001}
}
Recent observations of the size–frequency distribution of zodiacal cloud particles obtained from the cratering record on the LDEF satellite are the latest evidence for a significant large particle population (100-μm diameter or greater) near 1 AU. Our previous modeling of the Solar System dust bands, features of the zodiacal cloud associated with the comminution of Hirayama family asteroids, has been limited by the fact that only small particles (25-μm diameter or smaller) have been considered… CONTINUE READING

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