Physical properties of meteorites-Applications in space missions to asteroids

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Physical properties of meteorites-Applications in space missions to asteroids
Author(s)
Kohout T, Kletetschka G, Elbra T, Adachi T, Mikula V, Pesonen L, Schnabl P, Slechta S
Publication Title
Meteoritics & Planetary Science
Publication Title (abbreviated)
METEORIT PLANETARY SCI
Publication Date
2008 Jun
DOI
10.1111/j.1945-5100.2008.tb00689.x
ISSN
1086-9379
Volume
43
Issue
6
Page Count
12
First Page
1009
Last Page
1020
Keyword(s)
Geochemistry & Geophysics, MAGNETIC CLASSIFICATION, ORDINARY CHONDRITES, STONY METEORITES, POROSITY, DENSITY, Asteroids, Bulk Density, Characterization, Demagnetization, Instruments, Laboratory studies, Magnetic properties, Magnetic susceptibility, Measurement, Meteorites, Orbital Observations, Parent bodies, Physical properties, Reflectance, Remote sensing, Samples
Citation
Kohout T, Kletetschka G, Elbra T, Adachi T, Mikula V, Pesonen L, Schnabl P, Slechta S. Physical properties of meteorites-Applications in space missions to asteroids. METEORIT PLANETARY SCI. 2008;43 (6):1009-1020.
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