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Mapping satellite surfaces and atmospheres with ground-based radio interferometry

de Kleer, Katherine and Butler, Bryan and Cordiner, Martin and de Pater, Imke and Gurwell, Mark and Lazio, Joseph and Milam, Stefanie and Moeckel, Chris and Moullet, Arielle and Murphy, Eric and Sault, R. J. and Tollefson, Joshua and Trumbo, Samantha (2020) Mapping satellite surfaces and atmospheres with ground-based radio interferometry. . (Unpublished)

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Ground-based interferometry at mm-cm wavelengths provides a powerful tool for characterizing satellite surfaces and atmospheres. We present the science enabled by the ALMA (current) and ngVLA (proposed) arrays, including recent results as well as future work in the context of planned and proposed spacecraft missions.

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de Kleer, Katherine0000-0002-9068-3428
Butler, Bryan0000-0002-5344-820X
Cordiner, Martin0000-0001-8233-2436
de Pater, Imke0000-0002-4278-3168
Gurwell, Mark0000-0003-0685-3621
Milam, Stefanie0000-0001-7694-4129
Moullet, Arielle0000-0002-9820-1032
Murphy, Eric0000-0001-7089-7325
Sault, R. J.0000-0001-9209-7716
Tollefson, Joshua0000-0003-2344-634X
Trumbo, Samantha0000-0002-0767-8901
Additional Information:NASA Planetary Decadal Survey. The authors acknowledge ideas generated in the Next-Generation Planetary Radar workshop organized by the W.M. Keck Institute for Space Studies.
Group:Keck Institute for Space Studies
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ID Code:105293
Deposited By: Iryna Chatila
Deposited On:09 Sep 2020 17:59
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