Spectro-polarimetry of fine-grained ice and dust samples measured in the laboratory

Abstract : Many objects of the Solar System have been observed in polarized light [1]. The polarization of the light is very sensitive to the size, morphology, porosity and composition of the scattering particles. As a consequence, polarimetric observations could significantly complement observations performed in total light intensity, providing additional constraints to interpret remote sensing observations.
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Olivier Poch, Romain Cérubini, Hans Martin Schmid, Antoine Pommerol, Nicholas Thomas, et al.. Spectro-polarimetry of fine-grained ice and dust samples measured in the laboratory. European Planetary Science Congress 2017, Sep 2017, Riga, Latvia. pp.EPSC2017-338. ⟨insu-01592270⟩

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