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  • Results From SEPPCoN, a Survey to Study the Physical Properties of the Nuclei and Dust of Jupiter-Family Comets
    We present results from SEPPCoN, our Survey of Ensemble Physical Properties of Cometary Nuclei. This survey involves studying 100 Jupiter-family comets (JFCs) -- about 30% of the known population -- using the Spitzer Space Telescope for mid-infrared measurements of thermal emission and several ground-based telescopes for visible-wavelength
    Fernandez, Yanga R. et al.

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    2007
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  • Results of Observational Campaigns Carried Out During the Impact of Lunar Prospector into a Permanently Shadowed Crater near the South Pole of the Moon
    On July 31, 1999 the Lunar Prospector (LP) spacecraft was commanded to deorbit and thus impact into the floor of a permanently shadowed crater at -88.7S, 42E (Goldstein, et al. 1999, GRL 26, pp1653-1656 and paper 38.06 at this conference). Coordinated observational program (spectroscopy and imaging) were carried out at HST, SWAS, Keck, McDonald
    Barker, E. S. et al.

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    1999
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    2
  • Review of J.A. Hill, P. Jones and A.J. Morales (eds.), Experiencing Power, Generating Authority: Cosmos, Politics, and the Ideology of Kingship in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia; Penn Museum International Research Conferences 6, University of Pennsylvania
    Belmonte, J. A.

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    2016
  • Roche tomography of cataclysmic variables - IV. Star-spots and slingshot prominences on BV Cen
    We present Roche tomograms of the G5-G8 IV/V secondary star in the long-period cataclysmic variable BV Cen reconstructed from Magellan Inamori Kyocera Echelle spectrograph echelle data taken on the Magellan Clay 6.5-m telescope. The tomograms show the presence of a number of large, cool star-spots on BV Cen for the first time. In particular, we
    Watson, C. A. et al.

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    12
    2007
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    41
  • Role of the Target Orientation Angle and Orbital Angular Momentum in the Evaporation Residue Production
    The influence of the orientation angles of the target nucleus symmetry axis, relative to the beam direction, on the production of the evaporation residues is investigated for the 48Ca+154Sm reaction as a function of beam energy. At low energies (Ec.m. 180 MeV, σER ranges approximately 0.1-10 mb because the fission barrier for a compound nucleus
    Fazio, Giovanni et al.

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    2008
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    22
  • Rotation and magnetism of Kepler pulsating solar-like stars. Towards asteroseismically calibrated age-rotation relations
    Kepler ultra-high precision photometry of long and continuous observations provides a unique dataset in which surface rotation and variability can be studied for thousands of stars. Because many of these old field stars also have independently measured asteroseismic ages, measurements of rotation and activity are particularly interesting in the
    García, R. A. et al.

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    2014
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    243