IUE observations of Solar System objects

A. L. Lane, E. Hamrick, A. Boggess, D. C. Evans, T. R. Gull, F. H. Schiffer, B. Turnrose, P. Perry, A. Holm, F. Macchetto, P. M. Gondhalekar, G. E. Hunt, R. Wilson, T. C. Owen, H. W. Moos, Martin G Tomasko, T. Gehrels, R. Conway, C. A. Barth

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Abstract

During the scientific commissioning phase of IUE several spectra were acquired from objects residing in the Solar System. The activities focused on testing numerous parameters which would indicate the usefulness of IUE for planetary science. It seems that IUE can successfully tackle many important questions and the data analysis and interpretation of the initial set of observations has begun.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)414-415
Number of pages2
JournalNature
Volume275
Issue number5679
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StatePublished - 1978

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Lane, A. L., Hamrick, E., Boggess, A., Evans, D. C., Gull, T. R., Schiffer, F. H., ... Barth, C. A. (1978). IUE observations of Solar System objects. Nature, 275(5679), 414-415. https://doi.org/10.1038/275414a0

IUE observations of Solar System objects. / Lane, A. L.; Hamrick, E.; Boggess, A.; Evans, D. C.; Gull, T. R.; Schiffer, F. H.; Turnrose, B.; Perry, P.; Holm, A.; Macchetto, F.; Gondhalekar, P. M.; Hunt, G. E.; Wilson, R.; Owen, T. C.; Moos, H. W.; Tomasko, Martin G; Gehrels, T.; Conway, R.; Barth, C. A.

In: Nature, Vol. 275, No. 5679, 1978, p. 414-415.

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Lane, AL, Hamrick, E, Boggess, A, Evans, DC, Gull, TR, Schiffer, FH, Turnrose, B, Perry, P, Holm, A, Macchetto, F, Gondhalekar, PM, Hunt, GE, Wilson, R, Owen, TC, Moos, HW, Tomasko, MG, Gehrels, T, Conway, R & Barth, CA 1978, 'IUE observations of Solar System objects', Nature, vol. 275, no. 5679, pp. 414-415. https://doi.org/10.1038/275414a0
Lane AL, Hamrick E, Boggess A, Evans DC, Gull TR, Schiffer FH et al. IUE observations of Solar System objects. Nature. 1978;275(5679):414-415. https://doi.org/10.1038/275414a0
Lane, A. L. ; Hamrick, E. ; Boggess, A. ; Evans, D. C. ; Gull, T. R. ; Schiffer, F. H. ; Turnrose, B. ; Perry, P. ; Holm, A. ; Macchetto, F. ; Gondhalekar, P. M. ; Hunt, G. E. ; Wilson, R. ; Owen, T. C. ; Moos, H. W. ; Tomasko, Martin G ; Gehrels, T. ; Conway, R. ; Barth, C. A. / IUE observations of Solar System objects. In: Nature. 1978 ; Vol. 275, No. 5679. pp. 414-415.
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