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Title: Characteristics of the Galileo Probe Entry Site From Earth-Based Remote Sensing Observations
Authors: Orton, Glenn S.
Fisher, Brendan M.
Stewart, Sarah T.
Ortiz, Jose Luis
Milena Marinova
Hinkley, Sasha
Viswanathan Krishnan
Milan Masanovic
Tesic, Jelena
Tziolas, Andreas
Issue Date: Oct-1997
Citation: USA
Abstract: Earth-based observations indicate that the Galileo Probe entered a 5 Mue hot spot, a region of unusual clarity and dryness. These feature was in the process of evolving both to a larger size and lower atmospheric opacity when the Probe entered on 1995 December 7.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22762
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