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COMPLETE FRAGMENTATION OF THE PARENT BODIES OF THEMIS, EOS AND KORONIS FAMILIESFUJIWARA A.1982; ICARUS; ISSN 0019-1035; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 52; NO 3; PP. 434-443; BIBL. 2 P.Article

RECHERCHES DU DERNIER "CORPS-PARENT" DE LA METEORITE DE FARMINGTONGALIBINA IV; SIMONENKO AN; LEVIN B YU et al.1980; METEORITIKA; ISSN 0369-2507; SUN; DA. 1980; NO 39; PP. 114-120; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

Noble gases released by vacuum crushing of EETA 79001 glass = Gaz rares libérés par concassage sous vide du verre EETA 79001WIENS, R. C.Earth and planetary science letters. 1988, Vol 91, Num 1-2, pp 55-65, issn 0012-821XArticle

Comparison of the chemistry of Eucrite Parent Body (EPB) and Shergotty Parent Body (SPB)DREIBUS, G; WANKE, H.International geological congress. 1992, p.639Conference Paper

Fundamentally distinct outcomes of asteroid collisional evolution: Itokawa and ErosCHENG, A. F; BAMOUIN-JHA, O; HIRATA, N et al.Geophysical research letters. 2007, Vol 34, Num 9, issn 0094-8276, L09201.1-L09201.5Article

Impact process of boulders on the surface of asteroid 25143 Itokawa-fragments from collisional disruptionNAKAMURA, A. M; MICHIKAMI, T; HONDA, C et al.Earth, planets and space. 2008, Vol 60, Num 1, pp 7-12, issn 1343-8832, 6 p.Conference Paper

Discovery of a basaltic asteroid in the outer main beltLAZZARO, D; MICHTCHENKO, T; CARVANO, J. M et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2000, Vol 288, Num 5473, pp 2033-2035, issn 0036-8075Article

Geophysical evolution of the Themis family parent bodyCASTILLO-ROGEZ, Julie C; SCHMIDT, B. E.Geophysical research letters. 2010, Vol 37, Num 10, issn 0094-8276, L10202.1-L10202.5Article

Efficient delivery of meteorites to the Earth from a wide range of asteroid parent bodiesVOKROUHILCKY, D; FARINELLA, P.Nature (London). 2000, Vol 407, Num 6804, pp 606-608, issn 0028-0836Article

Multiple parent bodies of ordinary chondrites = Corps parents multiples des chondrites ordinairesYOMOGIDA, K; MATSUI, T.Earth and planetary science letters. 1984, Vol 68, Num 1, pp 34-42, issn 0012-821XArticle

The crystallization age of eucrite zirconSRINIVASAN, G; WHITEHOUSE, M. J; WEBER, I et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2007, Vol 317, Num 5836, pp 345-347, issn 0036-8075, 3 p.Article

Plasma conditions and the structure of the Jovian ringHORANYI, Mihály; JUHASZ, Antal.Journal of geophysical research. 2010, Vol 115, Num A9, issn 0148-0227, A09202.1-A09202.12Article

Measuring pickup ions to characterize the surfaces and exospheres of planetary bodies : Applications to the MoonHARTLE, Richard E; KILLEN, Rosemary.Geophysical research letters. 2006, Vol 33, Num 5, issn 0094-8276, L05201.1-L05201.5Article

Structures induced by small moonlets in Saturn's rings : Implications for the Cassini MissionSEISS, M; SPAHN, F; SREMCEVIC, M et al.Geophysical research letters. 2005, Vol 32, Num 11, pp L11205.1-L11205.4, issn 0094-8276Article

The influence of temperature on the spectra of the A-asteroids and implications for their silicate chemistryLUCEY, P. G; KEIL, K; WHITELY, R et al.Journal of geophysical research. 1998, Vol 103, Num E3, pp 5865-5871, issn 0148-0227Article

Energetics of asteroid dynamos and the role of compositional convectionNIMMO, F.Geophysical research letters. 2009, Vol 36, Num 10, issn 0094-8276, L10201.1-L10201.6Article

VH-nuclei cosmic ray tracks in silicate minerals of howardites : A regolith stage of parent body formationKOROTKOVA, N. N; KASHKAROV, L. L.Radiation measurements. 1995, Vol 25, Num 1-4, pp 333-334, issn 1350-4487Conference Paper

TL sensitivity of single chondrules from type 3 chondrites : Thermal metamorphism of chondrules in a nebular environment?BANERJEE, D; MAHALINGAM, V; PANDA, D. K et al.Radiation measurements. 2008, Vol 43, Num 2-6, pp 406-409, issn 1350-4487, 4 p.Conference Paper

Iron meteorites as remnants of planetesimals formed in the terrestrial planet regionBOTTKE, William F; NESVORNY, David; GRIMM, Robert E et al.Nature (London). 2006, Vol 439, Num 7078, pp 821-824, issn 0028-0836, 4 p.Article

Widespread magmatic activities on the angrite parent body at 4562 Ma agoSUGIURA, Naoji; MIYAZAKI, Akiko; YANAI, Keizo et al.Earth, planets and space. 2005, Vol 57, Num 12, issn 1343-8832, e13-e16Article

Chondrites and the solar nebulaBREARLEY, A.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1997, Vol 278, Num 5335, pp 76-77, issn 0036-8075Article

Brecciated meteorites from Antarctica : A window on parent-body regolith processesGRADY, M.M.International geological congress. 1992, p.639Conference Paper

Mantles were battered to bitsCHAPMAN, C. R.Nature (London). 1997, Vol 385, Num 6614, pp 293-295, issn 0028-0836Article

VH-nuclei cosmic-ray tracks in chondrites as indicators for radiation-thermal history of the meteorite matter at the early stage of solar system primary body formationKASHKAROV, L. L.Radiation measurements. 1995, Vol 25, Num 1-4, pp 311-314, issn 1350-4487Conference Paper

Brekup and structure of an H-Chondrite parent body: the H-chondrite flux over the last million yearsBENOIT, P. H; SEARS, D. W. G.Icarus (New York, NY). 1993, Vol 101, Num 2, pp 188-200, issn 0019-1035Article

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