Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 10
January 2016

- Refereed Journal Papers

  + Results from the Worldwide Coma Morphology Campaign for Comet ISON
    (C/2012 S1), Samarasinha et al.

  + Orbital and Physical Characteristics of Meter-scale Impactors from
    Airburst Observations, P. Brown et al.

  + Nano-metric Dust Particles as a Hardly Detectable Component of the
    Interplanetary Dust Cloud, Simonia and Nabiyev

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include observational, theoretical, and laboratory work concerning
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Centaurs, asteroid-comet transition objects, debris disks, and
protoplanetary disks.