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September 23, 2016
It is previously reported that precious few Itokawa particles show submicrometer craters on their surface. An international research team led by Dr. Dennis Harries (Friedrich Schiller University Jena) has investigated these craters in details using scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy.
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of Space Science
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Carlos Quintero Noda
Aerospace Project Research Associate
The solar atmosphere is governed by energetic processes of different size, from small scale events of a few kilometres to larger ones of several thousand kilometres that appear scattered on the solar surface. Although we do not completely understand the nature of these active phenomena yet, the scientific community agrees on that they are always related to the magnetic field, ubiquitous in the solar atmosphere.
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Asteroid Explorer / HAYABUSA2
Spectroscopic Planet Observation / SPRINT-A
Venus Meteorology / PLANET-C
Solar Observation / SOLAR-B
X-ray Astronomy / ASTRO-EII
Exploration of energization and Radiation in Geospace / ERG
Mercury Exploration / MMO (BepiColombo)