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Simulation in Laboratory of Solid Grains Present in Space

  • L. Colangeli (a1), E. Bussoletti (a2) (a3) and V. Mennella (a3)

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Laboratory data on cosmic dust analogue materials are compared with recent results obtained by means of spectroscopy and mass spectrometry on cometary dust, meteorites and interplanetary dust. Their actual chemical and physical properties can be further clarified, as well as possible links with interstellar dust.

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  • L. Colangeli (a1), E. Bussoletti (a2) (a3) and V. Mennella (a3)

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