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Title: Deep Impact: Observations from a Worldwide Earth-Based Campaign
Authors: Meech, K. J
Ageorges, N
A'Hearn, M. F
Arpigny, C
Ates, A
Aycock, J
Bagnulo, S
Bailey, J
Barber, R
Barrera, L
Barrena, R
Farnham, T. L
Feldman, P
Fernández, Y. R
Filipovic, M. D
Lyke, J
Fisher, S
Fitzsimmons, A
Fong, D
Fugate, R
Jones, G. H
Serra-Ricart, M
Fujiwara, H
Fujiyoshi, T
Furusho, R
Fuse, T
Gibb, E
Groussin, O
Lynch, D
Gulkis, S
Gurwell, M
Hadamcik, E
Sharp, R
Magee, S. K
Hainaut, O
Harker, D
Harrington, D
Harwit, M
Hasegawa, S
Hergenrother, C. W
Hirst, P
Ma, J
Hodapp, K
Snell, R. L
Villanueva, G
Jones, P. A
Kadono, T
Kamath, U. W
Käufl, H. U
Kasuga, T
Kawakita, H
Kelley, M. S
Kerber, F
Kidger, M
Snodgrass, C
Kinoshita, D
von Braun, K
Maheswar, G
Knight, M
Lara, L
Larson, S. M
Lederer, S
Lee, C. F
Levasseur-Regourd, A. C
Li, J. Y
Blake, G
Li, Q. S
Licandro, J
Vora, P
Bauer, J. M
Manfroid, J
Marco, O
Martin, P
Melnick, G
Miller, S
Miyata, T
Stallard, T
Moriarty-Schieven, G. H
Moskovitz, N
Mueller, B. E. A
Wainscoat, R. J
Mumma, M. J
Belton, M. J. S
Muneer, S
Neufeld, D. A
Ootsubo, T
Osip, D
Stecklein, G
Pandea, S. K
Pantin, E
Paterno-Mahler, R
Patten, B
Walsh, K
Penprase, B. E
Peck, A
Bensch, F
Petitpas, G
Pinilla-Alonso, N
Sterken, C
Pittichova, J
Pompei, E
Prabhu, T. P
Qi, C
Rao, R
Watanabe, J
Rauer, H
Reitsema, H
Rodgers, S. D
Bhattacharya, B
Stüwe, J. A
Rodriguez, P
Ruane, R
Ruch, G
Rujopakarn, W
Sahu, D. K
Sako, S
Weaver, H. A
Sakon, I
Samarasinha, N
Sarkissian, J. M
Weiler, M
Saviane, I
Biver, N
Schirmer, M
Schultz, P
Schulz, R
Seitzer, P
Sekiguchi, T
Weaver, W
Selman, F
Honda, M
Sugita, S
Sumner, M
Suntzeff, N
Swaters, R
Takakuwa, S
Takato, N
Bockelée-Morvan, D
Thomas-Osip, J
Thompson, E
Tokunaga, A. T
Howell, E. S
Bonev, B. P
Tozzi, G. P
Tran, H
Troy, M
Trujillo, C
Van Cleve, J
Vasundhara, R
Vazquez, R
Boehnhardt, H
Vilas, F
Hutsemékers, D
Lin, Z. Y
Weissman, P. R
Welsh, W. F
Wilner, D
Wolk, S
Womack, M
Wooden, D
Woodney, L. M
Woodward, C
Wu, Z. Y
Iono, D
Wu, J. H
Lisse, C. M
Bonev, T
Yamashita, T
Yang, B
Yang, Y. B
Yokogawa, S
Zook, A. C
Zauderer, A
Zhao, X
Ip, W. H
Zhou, X
Zucconi, J. M
LoCurto, G
Buie, M. W
Burton, M. G
Butner, H. M
Cabanac, R
Campbell, R
Campins, H
Capria, M. T
Jackson, W
Carroll, T
Chaffee, F
Charnley, S. B
Lovell, A. J
Cleis, R
Coates, A
Cochran, A
Colom, P
Conrad, A
Coulson, I. M
Jehin, E
Crovisier, J
deBuizer, J
Dekany, R
de Léon, J
Lowry, S. C
Dello Russo, N
Delsanti, A
DiSanti, M
Drummond, J
Dundon, L
Jiang, Z. J
Etzel, P. B
Keywords: Deep Impact;Comet;Dust Mass;Cratering Physics
Issue Date: Oct-2005
Publisher: Science
Citation: Science, Vol. 310, No. 5746, pp. 265 - 269
Abstract: On 4 July 2005, many observatories around the world and in space observed the collision of Deep Impact with comet 9P/Tempel 1 or its aftermath. This was an unprecedented coordinated observational campaign. These data show that (i) there was new material after impact that was compositionally different from that seen before impact; (ii) the ratio of dust mass to gas mass in the ejecta was much larger than before impact; (iii) the new activity did not last more than a few days, and by 9 July the comet's behavior was indistinguishable from its pre-impact behavior; and (iv) there were interesting transient phenomena that may be correlated with cratering physics.
Description: Restricted Access
ISSN: 0036-8075
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