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      • The Rings of Neptune
        • By I. De Pater, University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California, USA, S. Renner, University of Lille Lille, FRANCE, M. R. Showalter, SETI Institute Mountain View, California, USA, B. Sicardy, Observatoire de Paris and University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris, FRANCE
      • Edited by Matthew S. Tiscareno, Carl D. Murray, Queen Mary University of London
      • Book: Planetary Ring Systems
      • Online publication: 26 February 2018
      • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316286791.005
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      • The Rings of Neptune
        • By I. De Pater, University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California, USA, S. Renner, University of Lille Lille, FRANCE, M. R. Showalter, SETI Institute Mountain View, California, USA, B. Sicardy, Observatoire de Paris and University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris, FRANCE
      • Edited by Matthew S. Tiscareno, Carl D. Murray, Queen Mary University of London
      • Book: Planetary Ring Systems
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      • The Rings of Neptune
        • By I. De Pater, University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California, USA, S. Renner, University of Lille Lille, FRANCE, M. R. Showalter, SETI Institute Mountain View, California, USA, B. Sicardy, Observatoire de Paris and University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris, FRANCE
      • Edited by Matthew S. Tiscareno, Carl D. Murray, Queen Mary University of London
      • Book: Planetary Ring Systems
      • Online publication: 26 February 2018
      • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316286791.005
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