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Subject: Draft Theory Chapter for Small Bodies
Author: Mark V. Sykes <sykes@psi.edu>
Date: 21-Jan-2011 19:31:42
Hi Ludmilla - Good question. Would it make more sense to have it incorporated into Laboratory Studies, since it underlies observations? Mark --------------------------------------------------- Mark V. Sykes, Ph.D., J.D., CEO and Director Planetary Science Institute 1700 E. Fort Lowell, Suite 106 Tucson, AZ 85719 520-622-6300 ----- Original Message ----- > Mark, > > I wonder if "theory" means only the theory of formation and evolution > of > small bodies as this is in the current Roadmap. It seems to me that if > Roadmap is "a primary source document for the future of small bodies > robotic and human exploration by NASA" then the theoretical basis of > remote sensing, i.e. theory of dust and regolith particles interaction > with electromagnetic radiation, should be there too. > > Ludmilla > > ============================================================================== > Ludmilla Kolokolova > Planetary Data System Group > Department of Astronomy > Rm. 2337, Computer and Space Science Bldg. > University of Maryland > College Park, MD, 20742 > Tel. (301) - 405 - 1539 > Fax. (301) - 405 - 3538 > ==============================================================================

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