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4. Surface Phenomena in Simulated Cometary Nuclei

  • O. V. Dobrovolsky and E. Kajmakov

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The sublimation or artificial icy cometary nuclei with different inclusions is investigated. Formation of meteoroids is discussed in connection with new polarizational observations of comet West. The possibility of chemical reactions on the sublimating surface is noted.

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4. Surface Phenomena in Simulated Cometary Nuclei

  • O. V. Dobrovolsky and E. Kajmakov

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