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Lunar and Planetary Geology  

Alexander T. Basilevsky

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May 2018
Lunar and planetary geology can be described using examples such as the geology of Earth (as the reference case) and geologies of the Earth’s satellite the Moon; the planets Mercury, Mars ... More

The Magnetosphere of Saturn  

Sarah Badman

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The Magnetosphere of Uranus  

Xin Cao and Carol Paty

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Martian Ionospheric Observation and Modeling  

Francisco González-Galindo

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Meteorites  

Kun Wang and Randy Korotev

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Small Bodies
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Planetary Science. Please check back later for the full article. For ... More

Noble Gases  

Mario Trieloff

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Sep 2018
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Although the second most abundant element in the cosmos is helium, noble gases are also called rare gases. The reason is that they are not abundant on terrestrial planets like the Earth, ... More

Origins of Life: Open Questions and Debates  

André Brack

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Oct 2017
Subject:
Astrobiology
Stanley Miller demonstrated in 1953 that it was possible to form amino acids from methane, ammonia, and hydrogen in water, thus launching the ambitious hope that chemists would be able to ... More

The Outer Space Treaty  

Christopher Daniel Johnson

Online publication date:
Jan 2018
Subject:
Space Law
Negotiated at the United Nations and in force since 1967, the Outer Space Treaty has been ratified by over 100 countries and is the most important and foundational source of space law. The ... More

Petrology and Geochemistry of Mercury  

Shoshana Z. Weider

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Planetary Magnetic Fields  

Ulrich R. Christensen

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Planet Formation  

Morris Podolak

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Apr 2018
Modern observational techniques are still not powerful enough to directly view planet formation, and so it is necessary to rely on theory. However, observations do give two important clues ... More

Planets in Inuit Astronomy  

John MacDonald

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Feb 2018
Inuit are an indigenous people traditionally inhabiting the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, Alaska, and parts of Russia’s Chukchi Peninsula. Across this vast region, ... More

The Pluto-Charon System  

Will Grundy

Subject:
Small Bodies
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Registration Convention  

Anja Nakarada Pečujlić

Subject:
Space Law
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Registration of Space Objects  

Bernhard Schmidt-Tedd

Subject:
Space Law
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Planetary Science. Please check back later for the full article. Space ... More

Space and Planetary Resources  

Angel Abbud-Madrid

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Space Commercialization and the Development of Space Law  

Yun Zhao

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Jul 2018
Shortly after the launch of the first manmade satellite in 1957, the United Nations (UN) took the lead in formulating international rules governing space activities. The five international ... More

Space Governance  

Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan

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Aug 2018
Outer space is once again facing renewed competition. Unlike in the earlier decades of space exploration when there were two or three spacefaring powers, by the turn of the 21st century, ... More

Space Law and China  

Fabio Tronchetti

Subject:
Space Law
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Planetary Science. Please check back later for the full article. Over the ... More

Space Law and Weapons in Space  

Sa'id Mosteshar

Subject:
Space Law
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Planetary Science. Please check back later for the full article. Although ... More

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