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What can an Interstellar probe mission at large heliocentric distances achieve with remote imaging and in situ dust measurements ?

Abstract : We summarize the transformative science to be done by an Interstellar Probe Explorer s/c flying a VISIR spectroscopic mapper + Dust chemical analyzer out to distances > 400 AU from the Sun.
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C. Lisse, M. Zemcov, A. Poppe, J. Szalay, B. Draine, et al.. What can an Interstellar probe mission at large heliocentric distances achieve with remote imaging and in situ dust measurements ?. 52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2021, Mar 2021, Virtual Meeting, United States. pp.LPI Contrib. No. 2548. ⟨insu-03476188⟩

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