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CARBON-MONOXIDE IN THE DEEP ATMOSPHERE OF VENUS

Abstract:

The cloud structure and minor constituent distributions in the deep atmosphere of Venus observed from the Galileo spacecraft offer fascinating insights into the properties of this little-explored region of the Earth's nearest planetary neighbour. The morphology and spatial variations seen in the main mass of clouds are remarkable, and suggest a powerful and diverse meteorology dominated by convection. Carbon monoxide is significantly more abundant at high northern latitudes than at low latitu...

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Journal:
ATMOSPHERES OF VENUS AND MARS
Volume:
16
Issue:
6
Pages:
81-88
Publication date:
1995-01-01
Event title:
C3.1 Meeting of COSPAR-Scientific-Commission-C, at the 13th COSPAR Scientific Assembly
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ISSN:
0273-1177
Source identifiers:
11089
ISBN:
0080426263
Pubs id:
pubs:11089
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uuid:0a2d17d0-5f85-4dda-bc7c-b3d1d52b7144
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2012-12-19

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