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Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 5
August 2015
http://www.cometarysciencenews.org/


- NASA SBAG Cometary Science Goals


- Refereed Journal Papers

  + The Composition of Comets

  + Dynamic Sublimation Pressure and the Catastrophic Breakup of Comet
    ISON

  + Nucleus and Mass Loss in Active Asteroid 313P/Gibbs

  + Dynamics of High-Velocity Evanescent Clumps [HVECs] Emitted from
    Comet C/2011 L4 as Observed by STEREO

  + The Composition of the Protosolar Disk and the Formation Conditions
    for Comets

  + Effect of Stellar Encounters on Comet Cloud Formation

  + CCD Polarimetry of Distant Comets C/2010 S1 (LINEAR) and C/2010 R1
    (LINEAR) at the 6-m Telescope of the SAO RAS

  + What Drives the Dust Activity of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko?


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