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  • Wood, Charles A.; Whitford-Stark, James L.; Head, James W. (Lunar Science Institute, 1977)
    The discussions and itinerary in this guidebook are designed to provide a view of the spectrum of possible Icelandic analogs to planetary volcanic features.
  • Greeley, Ronald; Fink, J.; Gault, Donald E.; Snyder, D. B.; Guest, John, 1938-2012; Schultz, Peter H., 1944- (Pergamon Press, 1980)
    Martian multilobed craters ("splosh" craters, rampart craters, etc.) may involve fluidization of ejecta as a result of entrained water, melted/vaporized ice, and /or aerodynamically decelerated ejecta. To determine the ...
  • French, Bevan M.; Herrick, Robert R.; Pierazzo, Elisabetta (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2003)
    The purpose of this workshop is to discuss how physical observations of craters, both on the Earth and on other solid bodies of the solar system, can be combined with the results from modeling of impact cratering for a ...
  • Grieve, Richard A. F.; Robertson, P. B. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1979)
    Map showing the location of 87 impact craters on Earth and a table showing the name, diameter, age, and coordinates.
  • Kinsler, Danny C. (Lunar Science Institute, 1977)
    Map showing the location of 76 impact craters on Earth and a table showing the name, diameter, age, and coordinates.
  • Orphal, Dennis L.; Borden, W. F.; Larson, S. A.; Schultz, Peter H., 1944- (Pergamon Press, 1980)
    A series of continuum mechanics computer code calculations are planned to investigate the effects of variations in impactor mass and velocity on the generation and transport of impact melt. Results from the first two ...
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2020)
    Covers: Lunar Dust: Nature and Characteristics; The Impact of Lunar Dust on Human Health; The Impact of Lunar Dust on Human Surface Systems and Surface Operations.
  • Wilburn, Frank E. (Bendix Systems Division, 1967)
    This ATM describes recent scientific evidence, and resulting conclusions relating to the Apollo Landing Site Surface Model in the specific areas of cohesion, bearing strength and "effective slope." The possible effects of ...
  • Wilson, H. W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1969)
    The purpose of this EATM is to answer the questions raised at the PSEP CDR regarding cutting the unused experiment cables. It is shown that there will be no impact on system performance as a result of cutting/these unused cables.
  • Nestola, Fabrizio; Goodrich, Cyrena Anne; Morana, Marta; Barbaro, Anna; Jakubek, Ryan S.; Christ, Oliver; Brenker, Frank E.; Domeneghetti, M. Chiara; Dalconi, M. Chiara; Alvaro, Matteo; Fioretti, Anna Maria; Litasov, Konstantin D.; Fries, Marc D.; Leonii, Matteo; Casati, Nicola P. M.; Jenniskens, Peter; Shaddad, Muawia H. (National Academy of Sciences, 2020-09-28)
    We found no evidence that formation of micrometer(s)-sized diamonds or associated Fe-S-P phases in ureilites require high static pressures and long growth times, which makes it unlikely that any of the diamonds in ureilites ...
  • Warner, Jeffrey L.; Simonds, Charles H.; Phinney, William C. (Pergamon Press, 1974)
    A synthesis of the relevant data concerning lunar highland polymict breccias from the fields of petrography, chemistry, photogeology, and impact studies compels the prediction that the breccias should have homogeneous ...
  • Floran, R. J.; Caulfield, J. B. D.; Harlow, G. E.; Prinz, M. (Pergamon Press, 1978)
    The Simondium, Pinnaroo, and Hainholz mesosiderites are interpreted to be clast-laden impact melts that crystallized from immiscible silicate, metallic (Fe-FeS) liquids.
  • Schwenzer, Susanne Petra;; Abramov, Oleg; Allen, Carlton; Clifford, Stephen Mark, 1952-; Filiberto, Justin;; Kring, David A. (David Allen); Lasue, Jeremie;; McGovern, Patrick J. (Geophysicist); Newsom, Horton E.; Treiman, Allan H.;; Wittmann, Axel 1971-; (2009)
    Noachian impact craters are important exploration targets, providing subsurface access, data on crucial geological processes, and warm, water-rich environments possibly conducive to life.
  • Rivera-Valentín, Edgard G.; Taylor, Patrick A.; Sanchez-Vahamonde, Carolina Rodriguez; Hickson, Dylan; Neish, Catherine; Brozović, Marina; Whitten, Jennifer; Meyer, Heather; Busch, Michael W.; Campbell, Bruce A.; Campbell, Donald B.; Margot, Jean-Luc; Virkki, Anne K.; Venditti, Flaviane C. F.; Nolan, Michael C.; Howell, Ellen S.; Womack, Maria; Pinilla-Alonso, Noemí;; (2020)
    A white paper submitted to the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032. Here, we discuss several community-identified priority science questions that ground-based radar studies are particularly suited ...
  • Kiefer, Walter S.;; Nagihara, Seiichi; Grott, Matthias; Siegler, Matthew; Zacny, Kris (2020)
    On the Moon, in situ measurements of heat flow were made at the Apollo 15 and 17 landing sites [1-3] and are planned to be made in Mare Crisium on the 2023 Commercial Lunar Payload System (CLPS) mission. Measuring heat ...
  • Bass, Deborah Simone; Beaty, D. W. (David W.); Conley, Catharine; Neal, Clive R.; Wadhwa, Meenakshi; (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2011)
    The workshop will focus on why sample return science is important to the future of solar system science and exploration, including the implications for NASA as it plans and implements future missions to a variety of solar ...
  • Udry, Arya; Filiberto, Justin;; Gross, Juliane; Schmidt, Mariek; Rogers, Deanne; Hausrath, Libby; Wiens, Roger; Lanza, Nina (2020-07)
    This white paper summarizes the scientific importance of studying igneous compositions in meteorites, surface samples, and through orbital analyses to better constrain the geology of Mars as a whole and better understand ...
  • Kaplan, David; Saunders, R. Stephen (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1997)
    Included are the topics: Extraterrestrial resources, in situ propellant production, sampling of planetary surfaces, oxygen production, water vapor extraction from the Martian atmosphere, gas generation, cryogenic refrigeration, ...
  • Kaplan, David; Clark, Larry D. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1999)
    This volume contains abstracts that have been accepted for presentation at the In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU III) Technical Interchange Meeting, February 11-12, 1999, hosted by the Lockheed Martin Astronautics Waterton ...
  • Kaplan, David (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1997)
    The purpose of this interchange meeting is to reinvigorate the technical community by means of a discussion of technologies that could be applied to the identification, extraction, storage, and utilization of resources ...

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