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  • Ryder, Graham (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1992)
    The particular purpose of the present study was to remeasure (using the electron microprobe) and reevaluate the range of olivine compositions, including CaO, in dunite sample 72415, and compare that range with olivines in ...
  • Boyce, Jeremy W.; Treiman, Allan H.;; Guan, Yunbin; Ma, Chi; Eiler, John M.; Gross, Juliane; Greenwood, James P.; Stolper, Edward M. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2015-09-25)
    The Moon contains chlorine that is isotopically unlike that of any other body yet studied in the Solar System, an observation that has been interpreted to support traditional models of the formation of a nominally hydrogen-free ...
  • Krot, A. N.; Alexander, Conel (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2004)
    Attempts to understand how components in primitive chondrites and interplanetary dust particles were formed and thermally processed in the protoplanetary disk by comparing cosmochemical constraints with astronomical ...
  • King, Elbert A. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1983)
    Chondrule parent materials, chondrule formation, and post-formational history are addressed.
  • Boley, Aaron;; Morris, Melissa; Ciesla, Fred (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Explores how astrophysical observations can constrain chondrule formation models and how chondrules can help us put astrophysical observations in context.
  • Goodrich, Cyrena Anne; Sanborn, Matthew E.; Yin, Qing-Zhu; Kohl, Issaku; Frank, David; Daly, R. Terik; Walsh, Kevin J.; Zolensky, M. E. (Michael E.); Young, Edward R. D.; Jenniskens, Petrus Matheus Marie; Shaddad, Muawia H. (American Astronomical Society, 2021-01-28)
    Nucleosynthetic isotope anomalies show that the first few million years of solar system history were characterized by two distinct cosmochemical reservoirs, CC (carbonaceous chondrites and related differentiated meteorites) ...
  • Schenk, Paul M.; Rivera-Valentín, Edgard G.; Robbins, Stuart; Cohen, Barbara; Dones, Luke; Singer, Kelsi N.; Nesvorný, David; Greenstreet, Sarah (2020)
    In this white paper, we summarize the current state of surface age determination in the OSS and make recommendations and advocate for research into the Chronology of the OSS as a high priority for NASA over the next decade.
  • Basu, Abhijit; McKay, David S.; Fruland, Ruth M. (Pergamon Press, 1978)
    Particles of olivine-vitrophyre make up less than one percent of the <250 μm fraction of the Luna 24 soils. They contain microphenocrysts of olivine and spinel, together with a variety of olivine, pyroxene, plagioclase, a ...
  • Dressler, Burkhard O.; Sharpton, Virgil L. (Ontario Geological Survey, 1996)
    Provides a summary of the impact process. Also some of the results of laboratory investigations conducted in 1995 and 1996. Describes the various clastic breccias encountered on the islands during 1994 and 1995 field work ...
  • Bristow, Thomas F.; Craig, Patricia I.;; Treiman, Allan H.; (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-06-06)
    Clay minerals provide indicators of the evolution of aqueous conditions and possible habitats for life on ancient Mars. Analyses by the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity show that ~3.5–billion year (Ga) fluvio-lacustrine ...
  • Spudis, Paul D.; Bussey, Ben; (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1997)
    A selection of imagery and global data coverage obtained by the Clementine spacecraft.
  • Matsui, Takafumi (Pergamon Press, 1978)
    The early growth of planetesimals by mutual direct collisions is numerically simulated with a Monte Carlo technique to show how planetesimals with specific mass and velocity distributions evolve into a full-size planet. ...
  • Matsui, Takafumi (Pergamon Press, 1979)
    Conditions required for the early growth of planetesimals through their mutual collisions are investigated numerically with a Monte Carlo technique developed by the author. Four types of collisions (rebound, erosion, ...
  • Kemp, V. C. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    This command list in Table 1, applies to Array A-2. This ATM also summarizes and collates the command usage for the Arrays A, B, C, A-2 and D in Tables 2 and 3.
  • Unknown author (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    This command list applies to Array A-Z. Command lists for Arrays A, B and C (Flight Systems 1, 3, 4) are given in ATM-369 and the command list for Array D is given in ATM-872. This ATM also summarizes and collates the ...
  • Howell, R. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
  • Thomas, D. J. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This listing of command allocations is applicable to ALSEP Array E, with the following complement of experiments: Lunar Surface Gravimeter, Lunar Ejecta and Meteorite, Lunar Seismic Profiling, Lunar Mass Spectrometer, Heat Flow.
  • Thomas, D. J. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1972)
    This listing of command allocations is applicable to ALSEP Array E, with the following complement of experiments: #1 Lunar Mass Spectrometer #2 Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites #3 Heat Flow #4 Lunar Surface Gravimeter #5 Lunar ...
  • Neau, O. T. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1969)
    This command list, applicable to Flight Models 1, 3 and 4 of ALSEP, supersedes previous editions. Flight Model #2 has been allocated for use in the EASEP program, commands for which are defined in EATM-4 (Rev. A) dated 1 ...
  • Kornuta, David A. (United Launch Alliance, 2018)
    This paper is the result of an examination by industry, government, and academic experts of the approach, challenges, and payoffs of a private business that harvests and processes lunar ice as the foundation of a lunar, ...

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