Venus upper atmosphere revealed by a GCM: II. Model validation with temperature and density measurements

@inproceedings{Gilli2021VenusUA,
  title={Venus upper atmosphere revealed by a GCM: II. Model validation with temperature and density measurements},
  author={Gabriella Gilli and Thomas Navarro and S{\'e}bastien Lebonnois and Diogo Quirino and Vasco Gestosa da Silva and Aur{\'e}lien Stolzenbach and Franck Lef{\'e}vre and Gerald Schubert},
  year={2021}
}

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