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DATE

2008-08-05

AUTHORS

A. Li

ABSTRACT

Except in a few cases, cosmic dust can be studied in situ or in terrestrial laboratories, essentially all of our information concerning the nature of cosmic dust depends on its interaction with electromagnetic radiation. This chapter presents the theoretical basis for describing the optical properties of dust—how it absorbs and scatters starlight and reradiates the absorbed energy at longer wavelengths. More... »

PAGES

1-22

Book

TITLE

Small Bodies in Planetary Systems

ISBN

978-3-540-76934-7
978-3-540-76935-4

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