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Television pictures of Phobos: first results

Avanesov, G. A. and Bonev, B. I. and Kempe, F. and Bazilevskii, A. T. and Boicheva, V. and Wiede, G. -G. and Gromatikov, P. and Duxbury, T. and Danz, M. and Dimitrov, D. and Zhukov, B. S. and Ziman, Ya. L. and Kolev, V. and Kostenko, V. I. and Kottsov, V. A. and Krasavtsev, V. M. and Krasikov, V. A. and Krumov, A. and Kuz'min, A. A. and Losev, K. D. and Lumme, K. and Mohlmmann, D. and Murchie, S. and Mishev, D. N. and Muinonen, K. and Murav'ev, V. M. and Murray, B. and Neumann, W. and Paul, L. and Possel, W. and Petkov, D. and Petukhova, P. and Rebel, B. and Simeonov, S. and Smith, B. and Totev, A. and Uzunov, Yu. and Fedotov, V. P. and Halman, D. and Head, J. and Heifets, V. N. and Zapfe, H. and Chikov, K. N. and Shkuratov, Yu. G. (1990) Television pictures of Phobos: first results. Soviet Astronomy Letters, 16 (2). pp. 160-164. ISSN 0360-0327. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20140416-103830800

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Abstract

In February-March 1989, 37 television images of the Martian satellite Phobos were obtained by the Phobos 2 spacecraft from distances of 200-1100 km. These images provide an important supplement to the TV data from the American Mariner 9 and Viking spacecraft in coverage of t4e surface of Phobos and in resolution in certain regions, in spectral range, and in range of phase angles. They make it possible to refine the figure and topographic and geological maps of the surface of Phobos, its spectral and angular reflective characteristics, the surface composition and texture, and characteristics of the orbital and librational motion.


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Additional Information:© 1990 American Institute of Physics. Submitted September 4, 1989. In conclusion, we express our gratitude to all the specialists who took part in the preparation and execution of the television experiment.
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