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Panka, P. A.; Kutepov, A. A.; Zhu, Y.; Kaufmann, M.; Kalogerakis, K. S.; Rezac, L.; Feofilov, A. G.; Marsh, D. R.; Janches, D.: Simultaneous Retrievals of Nighttime O(3P) and Total OH Densities From Satellite Observations of Meinel Band Emissions. Geophysical Research Letters 48 (1), e2020GL091053 (2021)
Reshetnyk, V.; Skorov, Y. V.; Vasyuta, M.; Bentley, M.; Rezac, L.; Agarwal, J.; Blum, J.: Transport Characteristics of the Near-Surface Layer of the Nucleus of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. Solar System Research 55, pp. 106 - 123 (2021)
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Marschall, R.; Skorov, Y. V.; Zakharov, V.; Rezac, L.; Gerig, S.-B.; Christou, C.; Dadzie, S.K.; Migliorini, A.; Rinaldi, G.; Agarwal, J.et al.; Vincent, J.-B.; Kappel, D.: Cometary Comae-Surface Links: The Physics of Gas and Dust from the Surface to a Spacecraft. Space Science Reviews 216 (8), 130 (2020)
Zhao, Y.; Rezac, L.; Hartogh, P.; Ji, J.; Marschall, R.; Keller, H. U.: Constraining spatial pattern of early activity of comet 67P/C–G with 3D modelling of the MIRO observations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 494 (2), pp. 2374 - 2384 (2020)
Zhao, Y.; Rezac, L.; Skorov, Y. V.; Li, J. Y.: The phenomenon of shape evolution from solar-driven outgassing for analogues of small Kuiper belt objects. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 492 (4), pp. 5152 - 5166 (2020)
Biver, N.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Hofstadter, M.; Lellouch, E.; Choukroun, M.; Gulkis, S.; Crovisier, J.; Schloerb, F. P.; Rezac, L.; von Allmen, P.et al.; Lee, S.; Leyrat, C.; Ip, W. H.; Hartogh, P.; Encrenaz, P.; Beaudin, G.; the MIRO Team: Long-term monitoring of the outgassing and composition of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with the Rosetta/MIRO instrument. Astronomy and Astrophysics 630, A19 (2019)
Macher, W.; Kömle, N.; Skorov, Y.; Rezac, L.; Kargl, G.; Tiefenbacher, P.: 3D thermal modeling of two selected regions on comet 67P and comparison with Rosetta/MIRO measurements. Astronomy and Astrophysics 630, A12 (2019)
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Dawkins, E. C. M.; Feofilov, A.; Rezac, L.; Kutepov, A. A.; Janches, D.; Höffner, J.; Chu, X.; Lu, X.; Mlynczak, M. G.; Russel III, J.: Validation of SABER v2.0 Operational Temperature Data With Ground‐Based Lidars in the Mesosphere‐Lower Thermosphere Region (75–105 km). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123 (17), pp. 9916 - 9934 (2018)
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