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COMETARY-SCIENCE-NEWS  April 2016

COMETARY-SCIENCE-NEWS April 2016

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Cometary Science Newsletter, Issue 13, April 2016

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"Michael S. P. Kelley" <[log in to unmask]>

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Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 13
Apr 2016
http://www.cometarysciencenews.org/

- One Year of the Cometary Science Newsletter

- Letter to the Editor

  + Cryovolcanoes and the Nucleus of Comet 29P/S-W1

- Conference Announcements

  + First Announcement: Symposium Comets 2016

- Refereed Journal Papers

  + Rotationally induced surface slope instabilities responsible for CO₂
    activity of Comet 103P/Hartley 2, Steckloff et al.

  + The CO₂ Abundance in Comets C/2012 K1 (PanSTARRS), C/2012 K5
    (LINEAR), and 290P/Jager as Measured with Spitzer, McKay et al.

  + HCN observations of comets C/2013 R1 (Lovejoy) and C/2014 Q2
    (Lovejoy), Wirström et al.

  + Anatomy of outbursts and quiescent activity of Comet
    29P/Schwassmann–Wachmann, Miles et al.

  + Discrete sources of cryovolcanism on the nucleus of Comet
    29P/Schwassmann–Wachmann and their origin, Miles

  + Heat of solution: A new source of thermal energy in the subsurface
    of cometary nuclei and the gas-exsolution mechanism driving
    outbursts of Comet 29P/Schwassmann‒Wachmann and other comets, Miles

--
The Cometary Science Newsletter is dedicated to sharing and furthering
cometary science. CSN invites contributions from the astronomical and
planetary science communities, including abstracts of papers accepted
for publication in refereed journals, thesis abstracts, timely notes
on particular comets, conference announcements, job announcements, or
other relevant and brief scientific communications. Relevant topics
include observational, theoretical, and laboratory work concerning
comets, but also may include studies of associated phenomena, such as
Centaurs, asteroid-comet transition objects, debris disks, and
protoplanetary disks.

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