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Title: Purity and Cleanness of Aeorgel as a Cosmic Dust Capture Medium
Authors: Tsou, P.
Fleming, R.
Lindley, P.
Craig, A.
Blake, D.
Issue Date: Mar-1994
Citation: Houston, Texas, USA
Abstract: The capability for capturing micrometeoroids intact through laboratory simulations [Tsou 1988] and in space [Tsou 1993] in passive underdense silica aerogel offers a valuable tool for cosmic dust research. The integrity of the sample handling medium can substantially modify the integrity of the sample. Intact capture is a violent hypervelocity event: the integrity of the capturing medium can cause even greater modification of the sample.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32348
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