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Title: Icarus Revisted: Three Decades of Radar Observations of Asteroids
Authors: Mahapatra, P. R.
Ostro, S. J.
Benner, L. A.
Rosema, K. D.
Jurgens, R. F.
Winkler, R.
Rose, R.
Giorgini, J. D.
Yeomans, D. K.
Slade, M. A.
Issue Date: Jul-1998
Citation: Planetary and Space Science
USA
Abstract: Three decades after the close encounter of 1566 Icarus, which marked the beginning of asteroid radar astronomy, we had a chance to observe the asteroid afresh by using a more developed radar system, and here we present the results of the study.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20290
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