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  • Cassini UVIS solar occultations by Saturn’s F ring and the detection of collision-produced micron-sized dust 

    Becker, TM; Colwell, JE; Esposito, LW; ATTREE, NO; MURRAY, CD (Elsevier, 2018-02)
    We present an analysis of eleven solar occultations by Saturn’s F ring observed by the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVIS) on the Cassini spacecraft. In four of the solar occultations we detect an unambiguous signal ...
  • Complex Organic Molecules tracing shocks along the outflow cavity in the high-mass protostar IRAS 20126+4104 

    Palau, A; Walsh, C; Sánchez-Monge, Á; Girart, JM; Cesaroni, R; Jiménez-Serra, I; Fuente, A; Zapata, LA; Neri, R (Oxford University Press, 2017-01)
    We report on subarcsecond observations of complex organic molecules (COMs) in the high-mass protostar IRAS 20126+4104 with the Plateau de Bure Interferometer in its most extended configurations. In addition to the simple ...
  • Giant Planet Formation and Migration 

    Paardekooper, SJ; Johansen, A (Springer, 2018-01)
    Planets form in circumstellar discs around young stars. Starting with sub-micron sized dust particles, giant planet formation is all about growing 14 orders of magnitude in size. It has become increasingly clear over the ...
  • How does the cosmic large-scale structure bias the Hubble diagram? 

    Fleury, P; Clarkson, C; Maartens, R (IOP Publishing, 2017-03)
    The Hubble diagram is one of the cornerstones of observational cosmology. It is usually analysed assuming that, on average, the underlying relation between magnitude and redshift matches the prediction of a Friedmann-Lem ...
  • Dynamics of co in amorphous water-ice environments 

    Karssemeijer, LJ; Ioppolo, S; Van Hemert, MC; Van Der Avoird, A; Allodi, MA; Blake, GA; Cuppen, HM (IOP Publishing, 2013-12-30)
    The long-timescale behavior of adsorbed carbon monoxide on the surface of amorphous water ice is studied under dense cloud conditions by means of off-lattice, on-the-fly, kinetic Monte Carlo simulations. It is found that ...
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