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Volatiles in interplanetary dust particles
|Statement||Roberta Bustin, principal investigator.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-188731.|
|Contributions||Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Dust condensed in ancient stars called stardust or presolar dust grains (i.e., material that predates the Solar System) Organic matter in primitive chondritic meteorites and interplanetary dust particles; Volatiles in asteroid regolith and meteorites from Mars, Moon, Vesta, asteroids. "It has been found that flux rate at Mars is dominated (~2 orders of magnitude higher) by interplanetary particles in comparison with the satellite originated dust," say Jayesh Pabari and P.J.
The scientific and economic importance of lunar volatiles extends far beyond the question “is there water on the Moon?” Volatile materials including water come from sources central to NASA’s strategic plans, including comets, asteroids, interplanetary dust particles, interstellar molecular clouds, solar wind, and lunar volcanic and. Summary of the Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles Held in May of at the Lunar and Planetary Institute. The abstracts from this meeting have been published by the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI), as Workshop on the Analysis of Interplanetary Dust Particles, LPI Technical Report This publication (available from the LPI) is the source of the following.
Comparison of the compositions of the volatiles contained within cometary material with those found in carbonaceous meteorites and interplanetary dust will provide a basis for determining what commonalties in source regions can be attributed to the materials in these putatively related objects. Extremely small (~10 μm in diameter) particles found on Earth (or collected during high altitude flights) that are probably from outer space. Their small size poses a problem for most common chemical and petrographic analytical techniques and thus research into IDPs is marked by the application of new analytical procedures and technologies. Their chemical compositions [ ].
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The paper presents a review of the volatiles found within interplanetary dust particles. These particles have been shown to represent primitive material from early in the solar system's formation and also may contain records of stellar by: Volatiles in interplanetary dust particles: a review.
Gibson EK Jr(1). Collaborators: Gibson EK Jr(2). Author information: (1)Planetary Science Branch, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas. (2)JSC The paper presents a review of the volatiles found within interplanetary dust particles.
These particles have been shown to represent primitive Cited by: The paper presents a review of the volatiles found within interplanetary dust particles.
These particles have been shown to represent primitive material from early in the solar system's formation. Volatiles in Interplanetary Dust Particles: A Comparison with Volatile-rich Meteorites E. Gibson Jr. and R. Bustin Some Considerations on Velocity Vector Accuracy in Dust Trajectory Analysis.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters, () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam 91 [UCl The volatile element enrichment o-ILF chondritic interplanetary dust particles Elmar K. Jessberger a, Jörg Bohsung a, Sepideh Chakaveh a and Kurt Traxel b a Max-Planck-histitut für Kernphysik, P.
Box 10 39 80, Heidelberg, Gerrnany 6 Physikalisches Institut der Universitär, Cited by: Volatiles in interplanetary dust particles.
By Roberta Bustin. Abstract. Interplanetary dust particles (IDP's) collected by specially equipped aircraft flying in the stratosphere have generated a lot of interest during the last decade. These particles, consisting of primitive materials originating in small solar system bodies such as comets.
Eight "chondritic" interplanetary dust particles have been analyzed using a laser microprobe/mass spectrometer. This technique is capable of extracting volatile elements and molecules from particles. Interplanetary dust particle (IDP), also called micrometeoroid, micrometeorite, or cosmic dust particle, a small grain, generally less than a few hundred micrometres in size and composed of silicate minerals and glassy nodules but sometimes including sulfides, metals, other minerals, and carbonaceous material, in orbit around the existence of interplanetary dust particles was first.
Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) collected in the stratosphere provide new information on the chemical and isotopic composition of material in the vicinity of the Earth and thus possibly of asteroids and comets. The available data on major, minor and trace element abundances, mainly obtained with PIXE and SYXFA, suggest the presence of at least two groups of chondritic IDPs which differ.
Determining the source of Earth's oceans is a longstanding problem in planetary science. Possible sources of water include water ice or water of hydration of silicate minerals in the original material from which the bulk Earth accreted and water brought in by late‐arriving planetesimals during the heavy bombardment period (– Gyr ago) [Chyba,].
Volatiles in interplanetary dust particles. [Roberta Bustin; Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, bgn. Volatiles in interplanetary dust particles: A comparison with CI and CM chondrites. By Roberta Bustin. Abstract. In an effort to classify and determine the origin of interplanetary dust particles (IDPs), 14 of these particles were studied using a laser microprobe/mass spectrometer.
The mass spectra for these particles varied dramatically. Davidson has performed research on a whole host of different sample types – from micrometeorites in ancient salt deposits, presolar grains in chondrites and interplanetary dust particles, volatiles in martian meteorites, and lunar basalts returned by the NASA Apollo missions.
In addition to the Sun, the planets plus their satellites, and smaller bodies including asteroids, comets, meteoroids, and Kuiper Belt Objects, the roughly defined plane of the solar system contains gas and dust, referred to as the interplanetary medium.
The dust grains are, naturally, called interplanetary dust particles, although that nomenclature (and particularly the abbreviation IDPs) is. Richard A. Parent, in Encyclopedia of Toxicology (Second Edition), Human.
Inhalation of dust particles contaminated with radon and its daughters represents the major hazard to human health from these materials. The absorbed material is deposited in the bronchial area of the lung.
Before the dust can be cleared from the lung, some of it is absorbed and all of it has irradiated the. Abstract. The properties of hundreds of interplanetary particles have been determined by direct laboratory analysis of recovered samples. The particles that span the 1 μm to 1 mm size range have been collected from the stratosphere, from polar ice, and from deep sea sediments.
Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) collected in the Earth's stratosphere and meteorites are fragments of comets and asteroids. These are ‘primitive’ meteorites in part because they have.
Cosmic dust, also called extraterrestrial dust or space dust, is dust which exists in outer space, or has fallen on Earth. Most cosmic dust particles measure between a few molecules and dust can be further distinguished by its astronomical location: intergalactic dust, interstellar dust, interplanetary dust (such as in the zodiacal cloud) and circumplanetary dust (such as in a.
ANALYSIS OF INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES FOR VOLATILES AND SIMPLE MOLECULES. E.K. Gibson, ~r.', C.P. ~artmetz', and G.E. ~lanford~. 'SN~ Planetary Science Branch, NASA-JSC, Houston, TX. 2~niversity of Houston, Clear Lake, Houston, TX.
Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) contain volatiles which represent materials present at the. Dust is injected into the interplanetary medium by both comets and asteroids and there is reason to believe that particles from both of these types of sources are represented in the population of.
Figure 2, shows a 10 micron interplanetary dust collected in the stratosphere with a U2 aircraft. This particle is similar in elemental composition to primitive meteorites but differs in having higher carbon and volatile element abundance.The stratospheric dust particles studied were obtained from the NASAcollection.
These particles were examinedwith both a JEOL 35CF scanning electron microscope (SEM) andaJEOLCXscanningtrans-mission electron microscope (STEM). The former was equipped with a windowless detector for the energy-dispersive x-ray.Volatile materials including water come from sources central to NASA’s strategic plans, including comets, asteroids, interplanetary dust particles, interstellar molecular clouds, solar wind, and lunar volcanic and radiogenic gases.
The volatile inventory, distribution, and state (bound or free, evenly distributed or blocky, on the surface or.