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The chemical composition of impact craters on Titan. I. Implications for exogenic processing

A. Solomonidou, C. Neish, A. Coustenis, M. Malaska, A. Le Gall, R.M.C. Lopes, A. Werynski, K. Lawrence, N. Atlobelli, O. Witasse, A. Shoenfeld, C. Matsoukas (+2 others)
2020 Astronomy and Astrophysics  
Our main results agree with an existing Titan surface evolution scenario, wherein the impact cratering process produces a mixture of organic material and water ice, which is later "cleaned" through fluvial  ...  Thus, it appears that active processes are working to shape the surface of Titan, and it remains a dynamic world in the present day.  ...  All Cassini data used in this article can be accessed in the Planetary Data Systems (PDS). The authors would like to thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1051/0004-6361/202037866 fatcat:xibkf63swrhrxpyu6uhpw2m3uy

Earth Environmental Monitoring Using Multi-Temporal Synthetic Aperture Radar: A Critical Review of Selected Applications

Donato Amitrano, Gerardo Di Martino, Raffaella Guida, Pasquale Iervolino, Antonio Iodice, Maria Nicolina Papa, Daniele Riccio, Giuseppe Ruello
2021 Remote Sensing  
The analyzed literature is categorized on the base of the approach adopted and the data exploited and discussed in light of the downstream remote sensing market.  ...  This review provides an overview of state-of-the-art methodologies for multi-temporal synthetic aperture radar change detection and its applications to biosphere and hydrosphere monitoring, with special  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13040604 fatcat:zgqmk5chjbc7hio5l6serraeym