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Comet Halley: Investigations, Results, Interpretations
J. W. Mason
by Ellis Horwood, Ltd.
Written in English
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Best remembered today for the comet that bears his name, Edmond Halley was one of the great scientists of all time. He discovered the proper motion of stars, made important studies of the moon's motion, and his investigations of the Earth's Cited by: A Scale Model for Halley's Comet Suppose we could shrink the nucleus of Halley's Comet down to the size of a real peanut (in the shell, about an inch and a half (4 cm) long). On that scale, what would be the size of other parts of the comet and our solar system at the time of Giotto 's close encounter with the comet in March?
The plasma surrounding a comet has the interplanetary magnetic field frozen in. The geometric interpretation of this property is considered. The frozen-in character of the magnetic field leads to the draping of magnetic field lines around the inner coma, where, by exclusion of the inner purely cometary ionosphere, a magnetic cavity is formed inside a region . Radio spectroscopy of comets, recent results and future prospects, in Asteroids, Comets, Meteors (eds A. W. Harris and E. Bowell). Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, pp. – Google Scholar.
Author: Somogyi, A. J. et al.; Genre: Book Chapter; Published in Print: ; Title: Particle acceleration in the plasma fields near Comet HalleyCited by: 4. AN important discovery made by the spacecraft encounters with comet Halley was that of 'CHON particles', dust that is predominantly composed of .
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: Comet Halley: Investigations, Results, Interpretations: Organization, Plasma, Gas (ELLIS HORWOOD LIBRARY OF SPACE SCIENCE AND SPACE TECHNOLOGY Author: J. Mason. Volume 1 deals with organization, plasma and gas. Organization describes the structure of the IHW and the IACG, stressing Comet Halley: Investigations importance of such cooperation and describing the successes and failures of these bodies, the lessons which may be learned, and Results on the problems of logging and archiving such an enormous quantity of scientific data.
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The identification of early returns of comet Halley from ancient astronomical records. is thus as many as Publication: Comet Halley: Investigations, Results, Interpretations. Vol. 2: Dust, Nucleus, Evolution. Pub Date: Bibcode: chbookS Keywords: Comet III Halley Cited by: 2. Title: The ageing of comet Halley and other periodic comets.
Authors: Kresák, L. Publication: Comet Halley. Investigations, results, interpretations, Vol. 2, p. Contents: 1. Introduction. The Vega-1 and Vega-2 missions. The Suisei and Sakigake missions. The Giotto mission. The International Cometary Explorer (ICE) and Pioneer-7 missions.
Remote sensing observations from space. International cooperation in the IACG. The effects of non-gravitational forces on the long-term orbital evolution of comets. Authors: Sitarski, G. Publication: Comet Halley. Investigations, results, interpretations, Vol.
2, p. - Comet VII d'Arrest, Comet XVII Wolf-Harrington, Comet XIII Kopff, Comet XIII Encke, Comet III Halley: Bibliographic.
Title: The near-nuclear region of comet Halley, based on the imaging results of the Vega mission. Authors: Sagdeev, R. Z.; Szegö, K.
Publication: Comet Halley. Contents: 1. Introduction. Encounter configurations. Flux rates measured over 8 days. Derived parameters of the in situ dust distribution. Dynamics of the dust scene.
Dust emission at the nucleus. Title: The dust coma structure of comet Halley. Authors: Vaisberg, O. Publication: Comet Halley.
Investigations, results, interpretations, Vol. 2, p. 33 - The nucleus of comet Halley was the first to be detected and observed by cameras on board spacecraft during the fly-bys in The interpretation of both these observations and of the results from other experiments as well as many subsequent corroborative measurements of comet Halley and of other comets are by: 8.
Halley's Comet or Comet Halley, officially designated 1P/Halley, is a short-period comet visible from Earth every 75–76 years.
Halley is the only known short-period comet that is regularly visible to the naked eye from Earth, and the only naked-eye comet that might appear twice in a human lifetime. Halley last appeared in the inner parts of the Solar System in and will Aphelion: AU. The author points out what we have learnt from observations, during the recent comet Halley return, about two important structural elements of a cometary atmosphere: "jets" and "shells".
The latter are also sometimes termed as "haloes". Both features are seen in. Laboratory Investigation of the Evolution of Cometary Analogs: Results and Interpretation Comet Halley: Investigations, Results, Interpretations, Ellis Horwood Library of Space and Space Technology, London () p.
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Krankowsky, D. and Eberhardt, P., Evidence for the composition of ices in the nucleus of comet Halley; Comet HalleyWorldwide Investigations, Results and Interpretations, Ellis-Horwood Limited, Chichester, in press Google ScholarCited by: The relation between the mass of a cometary nucleus, its gas production curve, the mean outflow velocity, and the nongravitational delay of the comet is discussed, emphasizing the properties of gaseous outflow from comet by: Cometary and solar wind data are compared with the purposeof identifying the solar wind conditions which are associated with comet plasma tail disconnection events (DEs),i.e., when the plasma tail appears disconnected from the cometaryhead.
The cometary data are fromThe International Halley Watch Atlas ofLarge-Scale Phenomena (Brandt et .