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Akatsuki Mission Update: New Images and Status of the Mission, Mark A. Bullock, SwRI, September 13, 2016

Physiography of Pluto from New Horizons Mission Data - Arthur C. Tarr, 2015
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Denver Museum of Nature & Science - Lunchtime Lecture, Mark Bullock and Kevin McGouldrick, December 2010

Session on Professional/Amateur collaborations, 45th Annual Meeting Division of Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society




-Peralta J. et al. 2017. Stationary waves and slowly moving features in the night upper clouds of Venus, Nature Astronomy, Vol 1, Article #0187

-Bertauxet al, 2015,Influence of Venus topography on the zonal wind and UV albedo at cloud top level: The role of stationary gravity waves, J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 121, 1087-1101, doi:10.1002/2015JE004958

Fukuhara, T. et al. 2017. Large stationary gravity wave in the atmosphere of Venus, Nature Geoscience

Pollack, J. B., Atmospheres of the Terrestrial Planets. J. K. Beatty, A. Chaikin, Eds., The New Solar System. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1990, pp. 91-106.

Kevin McGouldrick, David H. Grinspoon et al. 2012. Quantification of middle and lower cloud variability and mesoscale dynamics from Venus Express/VIRTIS observations at 1.74 lm, ICARUS.

A. Sa´nchez-Lavega, et al. 2008. Variable winds on Venus mapped in three dimensions, Geophysical Research Letters.

Mark A. Bullock, David H. Grinspoon. 1999. Global Climate Change on Venus, Scientific American.

Crisp et al. 1991. Ground-Based Near-Infrared Imaging Observations of Venus During the Galileo Encounter, Science, Vol 253.


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