SP-424 The Voyage of Mariner 10

 

Suggestions for Further Reading

 

 

[219] - Anon., The Exploration of Venus, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 41, Feb. 1971, pp. 81-83.

- Anon., Mercury Revisited by Manner 10, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 49, No. 5, May 1975.

- Armstrong, T. P., Krimigis, S. M., and Lanzerotti, L J., A Reinterpretation of the Reported Energetic Particle Fluxes in the Vicinity of Mercury, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.80, Oct. 1, 1975, pp. 4015-4017.

- Ashbrook, J., Findings from Mercury's Transit, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 40, July 1970, pp. 20 24.

- Baker, D., Mariner Venus-Mercury 1973 Project History, Spaceflight, Vol. 17, No. 4, Apr. 1975, pp. 131-133.

- Beatty, J. K., Manner 10's Second Look at Mercury, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 48, No. 5, Nov. 1974.

- Beebe, R. F., and Herzog, A., Surface Properties and Effective Resolution from Ground-Based Observations of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 25, Aug. 1975, pp. 555 560.

- Belton, M. J. S., Hunten, D. M., and McElroy, M. B., A Search for an Atmosphere on Mercury, Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 150, 1967, pp. 1111-1124.

- Bourke, R. D., and Beerer, J. G., Manner Mission to Venus and Mercury in 1973, Astronautics and Aeronautics, Vol. 9, No. 1, Jan. 1971, pp. 52-59.

- Broadfoot, A. L., Ultraviolet Spectrometry of the Inner Solar System from Manner 10, Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics, Vol. 14, Nov. 1976, pp. 625-627.

- Broadfoot, A. L., Shemansky, D. E., and Kumar, S., Mariner 10-Mercury Atmosphere, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 3, Oct. 1976, pp. 577-580.

- Burgess, E., Innermost Planets of the Solar System, Venus and Mercury as Planets, Mission to the Inner Planets, Venus and Mercury Encounters, Manner 10 Views of Venus and Mercury, Mercury II and III Results, The Now Frontier, series of 6 NASA educational Pamphlets for schools, 1973/75.

- Burgess, E., Success at Venus, New Scientist, Vol. 61, Feb. 14, 1974, pp. 410-412.

- Burgess, E., Mariner 10: The First Results, New Scientist, Vol. 61, Feb. 28, 1974, pp. 540-541.

- Burgess, E., Mercury in All Its Glory, New Scientist, Vol. 62, Apr. 11, 1974, pp. 62-63.

- Burgess, E., Return to Mercury, New Scientist, Vol. 64, Oct. 3, 1974, pp. 20-24.

- Burgess, E., A Hat-Trick for Mariner, New Scientist, Vol. 66, Apr. 3, 1975, pp. 15 18.

- Burns, J. A., Consequences of the Tidal Slowing of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 453-458.

- Busse, F. H., Generation of Planetary Magnetism by Convection, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, Vol.12, No. 4, Sept. 1976. pp. 350-358.

- Carpenter, R. L., and Goldtein, R. M., Radar Observations of Mercury, Science, Vol. 142, Oct. 18, 1963, pp. 381-382.

- Cassen, P., Young, R. E., Reynolds, R. T., and Schubert, G., Implications of an Internal Dynamo for the Thermal History of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp.501508.

- Chapman, C. R., Chronology of Terrestrial Planet Evolution-The Evidence from Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 523-536.

- Chase, S. C., Jr., Miner, E. D., Morrison, D., Muench, G., and Neugebauer, G., Mariner 10 Infrared Radiometer Results-Temperatures and Thermal Properties of the Surface of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 565578.

- Colombo, G., Rotational Period of the Planet Mercury, Nature, Vol. 208, 1965, p. 575.

- Cross, C. A., Encounter with Mercury, Spaceflight, Vol. 16, Aug. 1974, pp. 282-290.

- Cruikshank, D. P., and Chapman, C. R., Mercury's Rotation and Visual Observations, Sky and Telescope, July 24, 1967.

[220] - Danielson, G. E., Jr., Our Present View of Mercury and Venus, Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics, Vol. 13, No. 3, Aug. 1975.

- Diner, D. J., Westphal, J. A., and Schloerb, F. P., Infrared Imaging of Venus, Icarus, Vol. 27, Feb. 1976, pp.191 - 195.

- Dollfus, A., New Optical Measurements of Planetary Diameters, V- Planet Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 601 -604.

- Dollfus, A., Optical Polarimetry of Planet Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 23, Nov. 1974, pp. 465 482.

- Dollfus, A., and Aunere, M., Optical Photometry of the Planet Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 23, 1974, pp. 456-482.

- Dorschner, J., The Exploration of the Planet Mercury, Astronomie und Raumfahrt, No. 2, 1975, pp. 33-41 (in German ).

- Dragesco, J., First Results from Pioneer 10 and Mariner 10, L'Astronomie, Vol. 88, Sept. 1974, pp. 285-291 (in French ).

- Dunne, J. A., The Manner 10 Venus Encounter: A Review, Endeavour, Vol. 109, 1975.

- Dunne, J. A., Mercury, The 1976 McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology.

- Eckman, P. K., The 1973 Mariner Mercury Mission, American Astronautical Society Paper No. 69-97, Denver, June 1969.

- Eshleman, V. R., The Atmospheres of Mars and Venus, Scientific American, Vol. 222, Mar. 1969, pp. 79-89.

- Eshleman, V. R., et al., Venus: Lower Atmosphere Not Measured, Science, Vol. 162, Nov. 8, 1969, pp. 661-665.

- Evans, J. V., and Taylor, G. N., Radio Echo Observations of Venus, Nature, Vol. 184, Oct. 31, 1959, pp. 1358 1359.

- Fairfield, D. H., and Behannon, K. W., Bow Shock and Magnetosheath Waves at Mercury, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 81, Aug. 1, 1976, pp. 38978-3906.

- Fricker, P. E., Reynolds, R. T., Summers, A. L., and Cassen, P. M., Does Mercury Have a Molten Core?, Nature, Vol. 259, Jan. 29, 1976, pp. 293-294.

- Friedman, L. D., and Lewis, J. L., Future Exploration of Venus, Astronautics and Aeronautics, Vol. 13, May 1975, pp. 46 58.

- Goldstein, R. M., Green, R. R., and Rumsey, H. C., Venus Radar Images, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 81, Sept. 10, 1976, pp. 4807 4817.

- Goldstein, R. M., and Carpenter, R. L., Rotation of Venus: Period Estimated from Radar Measurements, Science, Vol. 139, Mar. 8, 1963, pp. 910 911.

- Goldstein, R. M., Radar Observations of Mercury, Astronomical Journal, Vol. 76, 1971, pp. 1152-1154.

- Goody, R., Mars and Venus, Vistas in Astronomy, Vol. 19, Pt. 2, 1975, pp. 197-214.

- Guest, J., Mercury, The Solar System, New Scientist Special Review, 1975, pp. 12-16.

- Guest, J. E., and Gault, D. E., Crater Populations in the Early History of Mercury, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 3, Mar. 1976, pp. 121-123.

- Hanson, J. E., and Arking, A., Clouds of Venus, Evidence for Their Nature, Science, Vol. 171, Feb. 19, 1971, pp. 669672.

- Hapke, B., Photometry of Venus from Mariner 10, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 33, Sept. 1976, pp.1803-1815.

-Hartle, R. E., Curtis, S. A., and Thomas, G. E., Mercury's Helium Exosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.80, Sept. 1975, pp. 3689-3692.

- Hartman, W. K., The Significance of the Planet Mercury In Terms of Manner 10 Data, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 51, May 1976, pp. 307-311.

- Herbert, F., Wiskerchen, M., Sonett, C. P., and Chao, J. K., Solar Wind Induction in Mercury-Constraints on the Formation of a Magnetosphere, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 489-500.

- Hill, T. W., Dessler, A. J., and Wolf, R. A., Mercury and Mars-The Role of Ionospheric Conductivity in the Acceleration of Magnetospheric Particles, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 3, Aug. 1976, pp. 429-432.

- Hooke, A. J., The 1973 Mariner Mission to Venus and Mercury, Spaceflight Vol. 16, Aug. 1974, pp. 25-34, 4654.

- Howard, M., The Atlas-Centaur, Spaceflight, Vol. 17, Feb. 1975, pp. 74-75, 80.

- Hunt, G., Venus, The Solar System, New Scientist Special Review, pp. 17 19.

- James, J. N., The Voyage of Mariner II, Scientific American, Vol. 209, July 1963, pp. 70-84.

- Jastrow, R., The Planet Venus, Science, Vol. 160, June 28, 1968, pp. 1403-1410.

- Kaula, W. M., Comments on the Origin of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 429 433.

- Keene, G. T., Venus: Uniformity of Clouds and Photography, Science, Vol. 159, Jan. 19, 1968, p. 305.

- Klaasen, K. P., Mercury's Rotation Axis and Period, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 469-478.

- Kotel'nikov, V. A., Radar Contact with Venus, Journal of the British Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol. 22, 1961, p. 293.

- Kumar, S., Mercury's Atmosphere-A Perspective after Mariner 10, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 579-591.

- Lacis, A. A., and Hansen, J. E., Atmosphere of Venus: Implications of Venera 8 Sunlight Measurements, Science, Vol. 184, May 31, 1974, pp. 979-982.

[221] - Larks, L., The Narrow-Angle Telescope for the Visual Imaging Subsystem of the Mariner Venus/Mercury ( 1973 ) Spacecraft, Proceedings of SPIE Instrumentation in Astronomy, Vol. 44, Mar. 1974.

- Leontev, L. V., Crater Distribution on the Surface of Mercury, Kosmicheskie Issledovania, Vol. 13, November-December 1975, p. 949 (in Russian).

- Malin, M. C., Observations of Intercrater Plains of Mercury, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 3, Oct. 1976, pp. 581584.

- Malkus, V. V. R., Hadley-Halley Circulation on Venus, Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 27, 1970, pp. 529533.

- Malling, L. R., and Golomb, S. W., Radar Measurements of the Planet Venus, Journal of the British Institute of Radio Engineers, Vol. 22, Apr. 1961, p. 297.

- Mariner-Venus 1962, Final Program/Report, NASA SP-59, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington D. C., 1965.

- Mariner Venus 1967, Final Program Report, NASA SP-190, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1971

- Maron, I., Luchak, G., and Blitzstein, W., Radar Observations of Venus, Science, Vol. 134, Nov. 3, 1961, pp. 14191 420.

- Mayer, C. H., The Temperature of the Planets, Scientific American, Vol. 224, May 1961, pp. 58-65.

- McCord, T., and Adams, J., Mercury: Surface Composition from the Reflective Spectrum, Science, Vol. 178, 1972, pp. 745-746.

- Moore, P., The Planet Venus, Faber and Faber, London, 1 959.

- Mornson, D., IAU Nomenclature for Topographic Features of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 605-606.

- Mueller, H., Some Results of the Flight of Manner 10 to Venus and Mercury, Orion, Vol. 32, Dec. 1974, pp. 211219 (in German).

- Murray, B. C., et al., Imaging of Mercury and Venus from a Flyby, Icarus, Vol. 15, Oct. 1971, pp. 153-173.

- Murray, B. C., Mercury, Scientific American, Sept. 1975.

- Murray, B. C., First Look at Mercury, Engineering and Science, Vol. 38, Oct./Nov. 1974, pp. 30 33.

- Murray, B. C., Mercury-Mariner 10 Results, Scientific American, Vol. 233, September 1975, pp. 58-68.

- Murray, B. C., and Burgess, E., Flight to Mercury, Columbia University Press, 1977.

- Murray J. B., Dollfus, A., and Smith, B., Cartography of the Surface Markings of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 17, 1972, pp. 576-584.

- Ness, N. F., Behannon, K. W., Lepping, R. P., and Whang,, Observations of Mercury's Magnetic Field, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 478 488.

- Ness, N. F., et al., Magnetic Field of Mercury Continued, Nature, Vol. 255, 1975, pp. 204-205.

- Ness, N. F., et al., The Magnetic Field of Mercury Part I, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 80, 1975, pp. 27082716.

- Newlan, I., First to Venus, the Story of Mariner 11, McGrawHill Book Co., New York, 1963.

- Nikander, J., Displacement of the Clouds of Venus, Nature, Vol. 227, Aug. 1, 1970, p. 477.

- O'Leary, B., Venus, Vertical Structure of Stratospheric Hazes from Mariner 10 Pictures, Journal of Atmospheric Science, June 1975.

- Peale, S. J., Does Mercury Have a Molten Core? Nature, Vol. 262, Aug. 26, 1976, pp. 765-766.

- Peale, S. J., Determination of Parameters Related to the Interior of Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 17, 1972, pp. 168-173.

- Pettengill, G. H., et al.. A Radar Investigation of Venus, The Astronomical Journal, Vol. 67, May 1962, pp. 181 190.

- Pettengill, G. H., and Dyce, R. B., A Radar Determination of the Rotation of the Planet Mercury, Nature, Vol. 206, 1 968, p. 1275.

- Priam, R. G., Venus: Composition and Structure of the Visible Clouds, Science, Vol. 182, Dec. 14, 1973, pp. 1 1321 1 35.

- Price, R. et al., Radar Echoes from Venus, Science, Vol. 129, Mar. 20, 1959, pp. 751-753.

- Rumsey, H. C., Morris, G. A., Green, R. R., and Goldstein, R. M., A Radar Brightness and Altitude Image of a Portion of Venus, Icarus, Vol. 23, 1974, pp. 1-7.

- Schultz, P. H., and Gault, D. E., Seismic Effects from Major Basin Formations on the Moon and Mercury, The Moon, Vol. 12, Feb. 1975, pp. 159-177.

- Sharpe, H. N., and Strangway, D. W., The Magnetic Field of Mercury and Modes of Thermal Evolution, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 3, May 1976, pp. 285-288.

- Siegfried, R. W., and Solomon, S. C., Mercury, Internal Structure and Thermal Evolution, Icarus, Vol. 23, 1974, p. 192.

- Siscoe, G., and Christopher, L., Variations in the Solar Wind Stand-off Distance at Mercury, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 2, Apr. 1975, pp. 158-160.

- Siscoe, G. L., Ness. N. F., and Yeates, C. M., Substorms on Mercury, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 80, Nov. 1, 1975, pp. 4359-4363.

- Smith, B. A., Rotation of Venus, Science, Vol. 158, Oct. 6, 1967, pp. 1 14-1 16.

- Smith, B. A., and Reese, E. J., Mercury's Rotation Period: Photographic Confirmation, Science, Vol. 162, Dec. 13, 1968, pp. 1275-1277.

[222] - Smith, E. I., Comparison of the Crater Morphology-Size Relationship for Mars, Moon, and Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 543-550.

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- Snyder, C. W., et al., Manner V Flight Past Venus, Science, Vol. 158, Dec. 29, 1967, pp. 1665-1689.

- Solomon, S. C., Some Aspects of Core Formation in Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 28, Aug. 1976, pp. 509-521.

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- Stephenson, A., Crustal Remanence and the Magnetic Moment of Mercury, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 28, No. 3, Jan. 1976, pp. 454-458.

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- Stevenson, D., Planetary Magnetism, Icarus, Vol. 22, 1974, p. 403.

- Strom, R. G., The Planet Mercury as Viewed by Manner 10, Sky and Telescope, Vol. 47, No. 6, 1974.

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