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Solar System’s minor bodies: the role of the ngVLA

Published onMay 31, 2019
Solar System’s minor bodies: the role of the ngVLA
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Abstract

Thermal observations of minor bodies in the Solar System, and in particular centimeter-wave measurements probing across the diurnal skin depth, are strongly indicative of fundamental properties of their surfaces. We describe how the sensitivity provided by the ngVLA is necessary to achieve thermal detections on a large number of small bodies.

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