Thermal measurements on penetrators: geometry, sensitivity and optimisation issues

Hagermann, A.; Tanaka, S. and Saito, Y. (2009). Thermal measurements on penetrators: geometry, sensitivity and optimisation issues. In: Kargl, Günther; Kömle, Norbert I.; Ball, Andrew J. and Lorenz, Ralph D. eds. Penetrometry in the Solar System II. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, pp. 109–122.

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Book summary: This volume reports on the latest developments in a small, but exciting field of research–namely the in situ exploration of planetary sub-surface layers. This field will become more and more important in the coming decades, since several recent space missions and a few in the near future carry landers that have instruments for sub-surface exploring.

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