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Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, ISSN 0004-6264, 08/2017, Volume 69, Issue 4
Abstract Optical observations of the Phoenicid meteor shower were made in North Carolina, USA, with seven video cameras and two digital cameras over a period... 
Interplanetary medium | Meteorites | Meteors | Comets: individual (289P/Blanpain) | Meteoroids | STREAMS | comets: individual (289P/Blanpain) | meteorites, meteors, meteoroids | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | interplanetary medium | BLANPAIN
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Planetary and Space Science, ISSN 0032-0633, 09/2017, Volume 143, pp. 132 - 137
An appearance of the Phoenicids meteor shower was predicted in 2014 by using a dust trail simulation of an outburst of 1956. We detected Phoenicids meteors on... 
Interplanetary medium | Solarsystem | Meteor showers | 289P/Blanpain | Meteoroids | Phoenicids | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ORBIT-RADAR | STREAM | FORECAST | BLANPAIN | Radar systems | Meteorites | Analysis | Astronomy
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by Ye, QZ and Clark, DL
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS, ISSN 2041-8205, 06/2019, Volume 878, Issue 2, p. L34
Jupiter-family comet 289P/Blanpain was first discovered in 1819 and was then lost for similar to 200 years, only to be rediscovered in 2003 as a small, weakly... 
SPACE | comets: individual (289P/Blanpain) | PHOENICIDS | SEARCH | DORMANT COMETS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | METEOR-SHOWERS | meteorites, meteors, meteoroids | BLANPAIN | Coma | Meteor showers | Crystallization | Ashes | Dust | Jupiter | Ejecta | Water ice | Comet nuclei | Morphology | Telescopes | Meteoroid showers | Light curve | Outbursts | Disruption
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