MESSENGER's three flybys of Mercury; an emerging view of the innermost planet

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
MESSENGER's three flybys of Mercury; an emerging view of the innermost planet
Author(s)
Solomon S, McNutt R, Anderson B, Blewett D, Evans L, Gold R, Krimigis S, Murchie S, Nittler L, Phillips R, Prockter L, Slavin J, Zuber M
Publication Title
Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Publication Date
2010
Volume
41
Article Number
1027
Conference Name
Forty-first lunar and planetary science conference
Conference Date
March 1-5, 2010
Conference Location
Houston, TX, USA, United States
Keyword(s)
alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, atmosphere, calcium, Caloris Basin, contraction, core, deformation, dipole moment, dynamos, extension, grabens, ilmenite, imagery, iron, magmatism, magnesium, magnetic anomalies, magnetic field, Mercury Planet, MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging, MESSENGER Mission, metals, outer core, oxides, planets, reflectance, relief, scarps, silicates, sodium, solar wind, surface features, tectonics, terrestrial planets, titanium, volcanism
Citation
Solomon S, McNutt R, Anderson B, Blewett D, Evans L, Gold R, Krimigis S, Murchie S, Nittler L, Phillips R, et al. MESSENGER's three flybys of Mercury; an emerging view of the innermost planet. In: Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Forty-first lunar and planetary science conference; 2010. 1027.
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