SETI Information on the atmosphere of Europa


Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Thu, 17 Jun 1999 12:01:36 -0400


>>>> <excerpt>From: "Bruce Moomaw" To: "Icepick Europa Mailing List" Subject: Piotr Moskal's request for information on the atmosphere of Europa Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 08:58:28 -0700 X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 4.72.3155.0 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V4.72.3155.0 Sender: owner-europa@klx.com Reply-To: europa@klx.com <smaller>Dear Mr. Moskal: The best recent source I've seen is the "State of Knowledge of Europa" document (pg. 13-16), which you can find (along with other NASA documents on the Outer Planets/Solar Probe Project) at </smaller></excerpt><<<<<<<< >>>> <excerpt><smaller>"<<http://outerplanets.larc.nasa.gov/outerplanets>http://outerplanets.larc.nasa.gov/outerplanets". (It's in PDF format, so you'll need Adobe to read it.) </smaller></excerpt><<<<<<<< >>>> <excerpt> <smaller> I also recommend the article by Johnson et al. ("Europa's Surface Composition and Sputter-Produced Ionosphere") in the Sept. 1, 1998 "Geophysical Research Letters" (pg. 3257-60); and the article by Carlson et al. ("Hydrogen Peroxide on the Surface of Europa") in the March 26, 1999 "Science" (pg. 2062-64). Finally, there's another piece I'm currently digging up by Robert Pappalardo et al. that was submitted last October to the "Journal of Geophysical Research", but I don't know whether it's been published yet. I have an advance copy that I'll soon find, and I'll quote its passage on Europa's atmosphere in a later E-mail message. </smaller> <smaller> Bruce Moomaw </smaller> </excerpt><<<<<<<<



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