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Spatially Varying Optical Properties of the Zodiacal Dust

  • S. S. Hong (a1) and S. M. Kwon (a2)

Abstract

Analyses of both the zodiacal light in the visible and the zodiacal emission in the infrared have provided us with ample evidence to claim that the interplanetary dust particles are mixtures or coagulations of more than one constituents and their mixing ratios vary with the distance from the sun.

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