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Spectroscopic study of comet Halley by the Vega 2 three-channel spectrometer

Abstract : The three-channel spectrometer (TKS) aboard the Vega 2 spacecraft recorded infrared and visible spectra near the nucleus of comet Halley. Spectra in the range 0.95–1.9 µm at a distance of 300 km from the nucleus reveal the H2O 1.38-µm band and OH bands, the latter excited by dissociation of a parent molecule.
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V. A. Krasnopolsky, M. Gogoshev, G. Moreels, V. I. Moroz, A. A. Krysko, et al.. Spectroscopic study of comet Halley by the Vega 2 three-channel spectrometer. Nature, Nature Publishing Group, 1986, 321 (S6067), pp.269-271. ⟨10.1038/321269a0⟩. ⟨insu-03581936⟩

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