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Volume 20, Number 8, 1997

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Preface
pp. 1431-1431(1)
Author: McDonnell, J.A.M.

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Hypervelocity impact experiments on tether materials
pp. 1433-1436(4)
Authors: Sabath, D.; Paul, K.G.

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Meteroid and debris micro-impacts on space-exposed solar arrays
pp. 1441-1445(5)
Authors: Berthoud, L.; Paul, K.

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Studies of ejecta from hypervelocity impacts on CO2
pp. 1447-1450(4)
Authors: Brooke-Thomas, W.; Burchell, M.J.; Leliwa-Kopystynski, J.; Zarnecki, J.C.

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Impact phenomena on brittle materials: analysis of 1 m to 1 mm impact features on solar arrays
pp. 1451-1456(6)
Authors: Rival, M.; Mandeville, J.C.; Durin, C.

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Further attempts to constrain the nature of the impact residues in the HST solar array panels
pp. 1461-1465(5)
Authors: Graham, G.A.; Sexton, A.; Grady, M.M.; Wright, I.P.

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The dust sensor for CASSINI
pp. 1467-1470(4)
Authors: Srama, R.; Grun, E.

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Velocity thresholds for impact plasma production
pp. 1471-1476(6)
Authors: Ratcliff, P.R.; Reber, M.; Cole, M.J.; Murphy, T.W.; Tsembelis, K.

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The esef instrument: a european facility for exposing active and passive particle detectors in low earth orbits
pp. 1477-1480(4)
Authors: Bibring, J.; Borg, J.; Bunch, T.; Chardin, A.; deshpande, S.; Jolly, H.; Maag, C.; Mandeville, J.; McDonnell, J.A.M.; Nishioka, K.; Salvetat, P.; Stevenson, T.; Vassent, B.

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Euromir '95: first results from the Dustwatch-P detectors of the european space exposure facility
pp. 1481-1484(4)
Authors: Shrine, N.R.G.; McDonnell, J.A.M.; Burchell, M.J.; Gardner, D.J.; Jolly, H.S.; Ratcliff, P.R.; Thomson, R.

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The munich dust counter on board the muses-a mission: calibration of impacts inside and in front of the detector
pp. 1485-1488(4)
Authors: Munzenmayer, R.; Igenbergs, E.; Iglseder, H.; Svedhem, H.

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The first results of meteoroid and debris impact analyses on space flyer unit
pp. 1489-1494(6)
Authors: Yano, H.; Kibe, S.; deshpande, S.P.; Neish, M.J.

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Particle lifetime studies in leo for aerocaptured interplanetary dust
pp. 1495-1500(6)
Authors: McDonnell, J.A.M.; Cook, C.R.

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Implications for meteoroid chemistry from the height distribution of radar meteors
pp. 1501-1504(4)
Authors: Elford, W.G.; Steel, D.I.; Taylor, A.D.

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Radiant distribution of meteoroids encountering the earth
pp. 1505-1508(4)
Author: Taylor, A.D.

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The danger to satellites from meteor storms
pp. 1509-1512(4)
Authors: Beech, M.; Brown, P.; Jones, J.; Webster, A.R.

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Evaluation of impact craters on solar cell samples and thermal MLI blankets
pp. 1517-1521(5)
Authors: Stadermann, F.J.; Heiss, C.H.; Reichling, M.

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Estimation for the origin of hyperbolic particles
pp. 1523-1526(4)
Authors: Ishimoto, H.; Mann, I.

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Feasibility of space based observations of the Kordylewski clouds
pp. 1527-1530(4)
Authors: Moeed, N.S.; Zarnecki, J.C.

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Behavior of planetesimals passing through the gas cloud surrounding proto-Jupiter
pp. 1531-1534(4)
Authors: Smith, B.; Nazzario, R.; Hyde, T.W.

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The dust bands of the planet Mars
pp. 1535-1538(4)
Authors: Nazzario, R.C.; Hyde, T.W.

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Charging in a dusty plasma
pp. 1539-1542(4)
Authors: Bringol, L.A.; Hyde, T.W.

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Abstract
pp. 1545-1546(2)

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Preface
pp. 1549-1549(1)
Author: Spolm, T.

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Planetary differences in impact melting
pp. 1551-1560(10)
Authors: Grieve, R.A.F.; Cintala, M.J.

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Alba Patera: a possible trace of a corona structure on Mars
pp. 1561-1564(4)
Author: Illes-Almar, E.

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Preface
pp. 1567-1567(1)
Authors: Mohlmann, D.; Klinger, J.

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Hypervelocity impact cratering of CO2 ice and implications for planetary sciences
pp. 1577-1580(4)
Authors: Leliwa-Kopystynski, J.; Brooke-Thomas, W.; Burchell, M.J.; Zarnecki, J.C.

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Velocity distribution of powdery ejecta
pp. 1581-1584(4)
Authors: Yamamoto, S.; Nakamura, A.M.

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Physical properties of dust in the solar system : relevance of a computational approach and of measurements under microgravity conditions
pp. 1585-1594(10)
Authors: Levasseur-Regourd, A.C.; Cabane, M.; Worms, J.C.; Haudebourg, V.

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Experiments on pre-planetary grain growth
pp. 1595-1604(10)
Authors: Poppe, T.; Blum, J.

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Laboratory simulations of martian dust
pp. 1605-1608(4)
Authors: Muci, A.M.; Blanco, A.; Fonti, S.; Orofino, V.

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Measurements of light scattering by rough surfaces
pp. 1609-1612(4)
Authors: Kamei, A.; Nakamura, A.M.; Okamoto, H.; Ishimoto, H.; Mukai, T.

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Laboratory simulation of carbon compounds expected in different astrophysical environments
pp. 1617-1627(11)
Authors: Colangeli, L.; Bussoletti, E.; Pestellini, C.C.; Mennella, V.; Palomba, E.; Palumbo, P.; Rotundi, A.

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Thermal chemistry of ice mixtures of astrophysical relevance
pp. 1629-1635(7)
Author: Schutte, W.A.

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Production of CO and CO2 after ion irradiation of ices
pp. 1637-1645(9)
Author: Palumbo, M.E.

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