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Zodiacal Light Models with a Bimodal Population

  • P.L. Lamy (a1) and J.M. Perrin (a1)

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The compatibility of the observed properties of the zodiacal light with a model made of two populations is investigated. It is shown that a population of submicron grains may play a non-negligible role.

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Zodiacal Light Models with a Bimodal Population

  • P.L. Lamy (a1) and J.M. Perrin (a1)

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