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Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 50
May 2019
https://www.cometarysciencenews.org/

- Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Studies of Solar System Minor
  Planets

- Conference Announcements
  + First Announcement of the Final Rosetta Science Working Team Meeting
    and Science Workshop
  + LSST Solar System Readiness Sprint

- Refereed Journal Articles
  + C/2010 U3 (Boattini): A Bizarre Comet Active at Record Heliocentric
    Distance, Hui et al.
  + The footprint of cometary dust analogues: II. Morphology as a tracer
    of tensile strength and application to dust collection by the
    Rosetta spacecraft, Ellerbroek et al.
  + Stellar Occultation by Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko Observed with
    Rosettaʼs Alice Far-ultraviolet Spectrograph, Keeney et al.

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