Cometary Science Newsletter
- Research opportunities in cosmic dust/heliosphere science, Switzerland
- ESA Archival Research Visitor Programme
- Refereed Journal Articles
+ The Formation of Bilobate Comet Shapes through Sublimative Torques,
Safrit et al.
+ Testing Short-term Variability and Sampling of Primary Volatiles in
Comet 46P/ Wirtanen, Khan et al.
+ Carbonyl Sulfide (OCS): Detections in comets C/2002 T7 (LINEAR),
C/2015 ER61 (PanSTARRS), and 21P/Giacobini–Zinner and stringent
upper-limits in 46P/Wirtanen, Saki et al.
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