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Title: The Thermal, Mechanical, Structural, and Dielectric Properties of Cometary Nuclei After Rosetta
Author(s): Groussin, Olivier
Attree, Nicholas
Brouet, Yann
Ciarletti, Valérie
Davidsson, Björn
Filacchione, Gianrico
Fischer, Hans-Herbert
Gundlach, Bastian
Knapmeyer, Martin
Knollenberg, Jörg
Kokotanekova, Rosita
Kuhrt, Ekkehard
Leyrat, Cédric
Marshall, David
Pelivan, Ivanka
Skorov, Yuri
Snodgrass, Colin
Spohn, Tilman
Tosi, Federico
Contact Email: n.o.attree@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Solar system
Comets
Rosetta
Space mission
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Groussin O, Attree N, Brouet Y, Ciarletti V, Davidsson B, Filacchione G, Fischer H, Gundlach B, Knapmeyer M, Knollenberg J, Kokotanekova R, Kuhrt E, Leyrat C, Marshall D, Pelivan I, Skorov Y, Snodgrass C, Spohn T & Tosi F (2019) The Thermal, Mechanical, Structural, and Dielectric Properties of Cometary Nuclei After Rosetta. Space Science Reviews, 215, Art. No.: 29. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-019-0594-x
Abstract: The physical properties of cometary nuclei observed today relate to their complex history and help to constrain their formation and evolution. In this article, we review some of the main physical properties of cometary nuclei and focus in particular on the thermal, mechanical, structural and dielectric properties, emphasising the progress made during the Rosetta mission. Comets have a low density of 480±220 kgm−3 and a low permittivity of 1.9–2.0, consistent with a high porosity of 70–80%, are weak with a very low global tensile strength
DOI Link: 10.1007/s11214-019-0594-x
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