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Cometary Dust

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This chapter reviews the history of cometary dust investigations. The individual sections describe the progress achieved in the understanding of the dynamical properties of cometary dust, its optical, thermal, and other physical properties, and its chemistry. The review emphasizes information that was obtained during the three recent major observing campaigns, focused on comets IP /Halley, Shoemaker-Levy 9 (1994X = D/1993 F2), and Hale-Bopp (C/1995 01). Where appropriate, the review relates the discussed topics to relevant issues of cometary nuclei and their physical and chemical properties.

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Dust Particle Dust Emission Heliocentric Distance Solar Radiation Pressure Cometary Dust 
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