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Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA / LPI Workshop

Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA / LPI Workshop

Proceedings of the Conference held in Houston, TX, May 1993 (AIP Conference Proceedings)

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Published by American Institute of Physics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astronomical observation: observatories, equipment & methods,
  • Galaxies, clusters, intergalactic matter,
  • Geophysics,
  • Solar system,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Astronomy - General,
  • Science,
  • Astrophysics & Space Science,
  • Science / Astronomy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsE. Zolensky (Editor), T.L. Wilson (Editor), F.J.M. Rietmeijer (Editor), G.J. Flynn (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages357
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8646082M
    ISBN 101563963418
    ISBN 109781563963414

    Density of Zodiacal Dust in Interplanetary Space JOHN W. RHEEf Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland Abstract A further analysis of the Mariner II and the Mariner IV data seems to indicate that the particle number density varies from 10~16 to 10 particle per cm3 and the spatial density ranges from 10 26 to 10 - 2 4 gram per cm3 between A.U Author: John W. Rhee.   Missions. Planetary Protection requirements are specific to the type of mission and explored planetary bodies. Accordingly, NASA assigns each mission a Planetary Protection Category based on the type of planned encounter (e.g., flyby, orbiter or lander) and the type of planetary bodies that are encountered and explored during the mission (e.g., planet, moon, comet or asteroid).

    WORKSHOP ON _ Analysis of Returned Comet Nucleus Samples JANUARY , MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA f SPONSORED BY LUNAR AND PLANETARY INSTITUTE NASA AMES RESEARCH CENTER (NASA-CRI) WO&KSH0P ON ANALY _-[S (_F _FTtJ_NED CuMET NUCLEUS SAMPLES (lunar and Planetory Inst.) 98 P CSCL Ga/_o Ni6O[HRU--N90 . Interplanetary dust particle (IDP), also called micrometeoroid, micrometeorite, or cosmic dust particle, a small grain, generally less than a few hundred micrometres in size and composed of silicate minerals and glassy nodules but sometimes including sulfides, metals, other minerals, and carbonaceous material, in orbit around the existence of interplanetary dust particles was first.

    Quantitative Analyses of Carbon in Anhydrous and Hydrated Interplanetary Dust Particles: Authors: Publication: Analysis of Interplanetary Dust, Proceedings of the NASA / LPI Workshop held in Houston, TX, May New York: American Institute of Physics Press. PACS Keywords: Interplanetary dust and gas: DOI: / PROGRESS TOWARD A COSMIC DUST COLLECTION FACILITY ON SPACE STATION Edited by Ian D. R. Mackinnon and William C. Carey A Report of the Workshop on Micrometeorite Capture Experiments June July 1, Sponsored by Lunar and Planetary Institute National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lunar and Planetary Institute NASA Road 1 Houston.


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Summary of the Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles Held in May of at the Lunar and Planetary Institute. The abstracts from this meeting have been published by the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI), as Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles, LPI Technical Report This publication (available from the LPI) is the source of the following.

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Get this from a library. Analysis of interplanetary dust: NASA/LPI Workshop, Houston, TX May [M E Zolensky; American Institute of Physics.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; Lunar and Planetary Institute.;].

THE ANALYSIS OF INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES. Edited by. Zolensky. Held at Lunar and Planetary Institute. MaySponsored by Lunar and Planetary Institute.

Lunar and Planetary Institute Bay Area Boulevard Houston TX LPI Technical Report Number LPIITR NASA/LPI Workshop on Analysis of Interplanetary Dust.

By Michael E Zolensky, Thomas L Wilson and Frans J M Rietmeijer. Topics: Astrophysics and Astronomy. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Joint. Great progress has been made in the analysis of interplanetary dust particles (IDP's) over the past few years. This workshop provided a forum for the discussion of the following topics: observation and modeling of dust in the solar system, mineralogy and petrography of IDP's, processing of IDP's in the solar system and terrestrial atmosphere, comparison of IDP's to meteorites and.

Title: Remote Sensing and Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust: Topical Summary: Publication: Analysis of Interplanetary Dust, Proceedings of the NASA / LPI Workshop held in Houston, TX, May The Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles is held at the LPI.

Convened by Mike Zolensky, the worship is dedicated to the review of results obtained to date of interplanetary dust particles, consolidation of consortia results, and discussion of analytical problems that have arisen. Sprague A. L., Lynch D. K., and Sitko M., eds. () Workshop on Thermal Emission Spectroscopy and Analysis of Dust, Disks, and Regoliths.

LPI Contribution No. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston. 34 pp. This volume is distributed by ORDER DEPARTMENT Lunar and Planetary Institute Bay Area Boulevard Houston TXUSA. The existence of a cloud of dust particles that pervades interplanetary space has long been known from the presence of its optical manifestation, the zodiacal light.

This dim glow, best seen about. Author(s): Rietmeijer,F J; Warren,J L; Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA/LPI Workshop,( Houston, TX)) Title(s): Windows of opportunity in the NASA.

Author(s): Warren,J L; Zolensky,M E; Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA/LPI Workshop,( Houston, TX)) Title(s): Collection and curation of interplanetary.

Author(s): Gibson,E K,Jr; Bustin,R; Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA/LPI Workshop,( Houston, TX)) Investigator(s): Gibson,E K; JSC Planetary Sciences. The following topics are covered in the book: historical perspectives - optical and thermal properties of interplanetary dust - cometary dust - near-Earth dust environment - meteors - laboratory analysis of collected dust grains - in situ measurements of cosmic dust - impirical modelling of the zodiacal dust cloud - instrumentation for Price: $ These proceedings represent the papers given at the NASA/LPI Workshop in Houston, Texas.

The topics discussed included mineralogy and composition of interplanetary dust. Analysis of the morphology and composition of collected interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) is increas-ingly sophisticated.

Meteor storms are more accurately predicted. Yet the fundamental ques-tion of whether asteroids or comets are the principal sources of interplanetary dust is.

Author(s): Wilson,T L; Analysis of Interplanetary Dust NASA/LPI Workshop,( Houston, TX)) Title(s): Volcanism and levitation: unusual origins of.

Title: Detection of Asteroidal Dust Particles from Known Families in Near-Earth Orbits: Authors: Dermott, S. F.; Liou, J. Publication: Analysis of Interplanetary Dust, Proceedings of the NASA / LPI Workshop held in Houston, TX, May WORKSHOP ON THE ANALYSIS OF INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES Edited by M.

Zolensky Held at Lunar and Planetary Institute May 7, Sponsored by Lunar and Planetary Institute Lunar and Planetary Institute Bay Area Boulevard Houston TX 1 13 LPI Technical Report Number LPIJTR Abstract.

Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) collected from the stratosphere are derived from asteroids and comets. The chondritic porous (CP) subset of IDPs, some of which are almost certainly cometary, are physically, chemically, and isotopically primitive by: 4.

Workshop on the analysis of interplanetary dust parti-cles, Mayat LPI, Houston TX. [3] Irvine W.M. and Lunine J.I. () Book Comet II, [4] Ishii H.A., et al. () Science[5] Du-prat J., et al. () Science[6] Brow-nlee, D., et .Analysis of interplanetary dust: NASA/LPI Workshop, Houston, TX May by NASA/LPI Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust (Book) 10 editions published LPI (Lunar and Planetary Institute) LSI.

Luna kaj Planeda Instituto.The workshop, convened by John Appleby, is co-sponsored by NASA, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), and the LPI, and is attended by scientists from the planetary science community and DoD.

May 15–17 The Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles is held at the LPI.