The complex spin state of 103P/Hartley 2. Kinematics and orientation in space

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  • Journal Articles

Full Title

  • The complex spin state of 103P/Hartley 2. Kinematics and orientation in space

Author(s)

  • Belton M, Thomas P, Li J, Williams J, Carcich B, A'Hearn M, McLaughlin S, Farnham T, McFadden L, Lisse C, Collins S, Besse S, Klaasen K, Sunshine J, Meech K, Lindler D

Publication Title

Publication Date

  • 2013 Feb

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.06.037

ISSN

  • 0019-1035

Volume

  • 222

Issue

  • 2

Issue Title

  • Stardust/EPOXI

First Page

  • 595

Last Page

  • 609

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Citation

  • Belton M, Thomas P, Li J, Williams J, Carcich B, A'Hearn M, McLaughlin S, Farnham T, McFadden L, Lisse C, et al. The complex spin state of 103P/Hartley 2. Kinematics and orientation in space. Icarus. 2013;222 (2):595-609.

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