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Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 14
May 2016
http://www.cometarysciencenews.org/

- Refereed Journal Papers

  + Why are Jupiter-family comets active and asteroids in cometary-like
    orbits inactive?, Gundlach and Blum

  + En route to destruction: The evolution in composition of ices in
    Comet D/2012 S1 (ISON) between 1.2 and 0.34 AU from the Sun as
    revealed at infrared wavelengths, DiSanti, M.A. et al.

  + The compositional evolution of C/2012 S1 (ISON) from ground-based
    high-resolution infrared spectroscopy as part of a worldwide
    observing campaign, Dello Russo et al.

  + An Infrared Search for HDO in Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) and
    Implications for iSHELL, Gibb et al.

  + Comet 322P/SOHO 1: An asteroid with the smallest perihelion
    distance?, Knight et al.

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