The role of laboratory research and simulations in advancing our understanding of solar system ices (including satellites, KBOs, comets, and giant planets) is becoming increasingly important. Understanding ice surface radiation processing, particle and radiation penetration depths, surface and subsurface chemistry, morphology, phases, density, conductivity, etc., are only a few examples of the inventory of issues that are being addressed by Earth-based laboratory research. As a response to the growing need for cross-disciplinary dialog and communication in the Planetary Ices science community, this book aims to achieve direct dialog and foster focused collaborations among the observational, modeling, and laboratory research communities.Gas release on landingh Large porosity Y? Deep methane oceani 0a2 km Diffusion/ Evap. No relevant data Y? CH4 clathrate hydratesj 0a1, 000 km ... ( 2006) rWaite et al. (2005) sZahnle et al. (1992) tLorenz et al. (2007) Saturn system.
|Title||:||The Science of Solar System Ices|
|Author||:||Murthy S. Gudipati, Julie Castillo-Rogez|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-07-28|