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Publicaciones en la fuente ICARUS

Tipo Año Título Fuente
Artículo2023Characterisation of deposited dust particles on mars insight lander Instrument Context Camera (ICC) lensICARUS
Artículo2023Update on SO2, detection of OCS, CS, CS2, and SO3, and upper limits of H2S and HOCl in the Venus mesosphere using SOIR on board Venus ExpressICARUS
Artículo2020Venus' cloud top wind study: Coordinated Akatsuki/UVI with cloud tracking and TNG/HARPS-N with Doppler velocimetry observationsICARUS
Artículo2019New cloud morphologies discovered on the Venus's night during AkatsukiICARUS
Artículo2017Overview of useful spectral regions for Venus: An update to encourage observations complementary to the Akatsuki missionICARUS
Artículo2017Venus cloud-tracked and doppler velocimetry winds from CFHT/ESPaDOnS and Venus Express/VIRTIS in April 2014ICARUS
Artículo2015Carbon monoxide and temperature in the upper atmosphere of Venus from VIRTIS/Venus Express non-LTE limb measurementsICARUS
Artículo2014Analysis of bright Taurid fireballs and their ability to produce meteoritesICARUS
Artículo2014Analysis of two superbolides with a cometary origin observed over the Iberian PeninsulaICARUS
Artículo2014High latitude gravity waves at the Venus cloud tops as observed by the Venus Monitoring Camera on board Venus ExpressICARUS
Artículo2014Orbit and emission spectroscopy of alpha-Capricornid fireballsICARUS
Artículo2014Wind circulation regimes at Venus' cloud tops: Ground-based Doppler velocimetry using CFHT/ESPaDOnS and comparison with simultaneous cloud tracking measurements using VEx/VIRTIS in February 2011ICARUS
Artículo2012Assessing the long-term variability of Venus winds at cloud level from VIRTIS-Venus ExpressICARUS
Artículo2012Solar migrating atmospheric tides in the winds of the polar region of VenusICARUS
Artículo2007A reanalysis of Venus winds at two cloud levels from Galileo SSI imagesICARUS
Artículo2007Cloud brightness distribution and turbulence in Venus using Galileo violet imagesICARUS