Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 52
July 2019

- ESA Research Fellowships in Space Science

- ESA selects Comet Interceptor as its first 'fast' mission

- Postdoctoral Research Associate in Planetary Sciences

- Conference Announcements
  + Update:  New Cometary Insights from the Close Approach of
    46P/Wirtanen:  A Symposium in Celebration of Mike A'Hearn

- PhD Dissertations
  + Optical Spectroscopic Studies of Minor Bodies of the Solar System,
    Kumar Venkataramani

- Refereed Journal Articles
  + Time and Phase Resolved Optical Spectra of Potentially Hazardous
    Asteroid 2014 JO25, Venkataramani et al.

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