Volume 6 | Communications of Lunar and Planetary Laboratory

Title, Author(s) Article Pages
Laboratory Spectra for Testing the Presence of Minor Constituents in Planetary Atmospheres, I: C2h2, C2h4, C2H6, CH3SH, CH3NH2,H2S
D.P. Cruikshank
79 1 - 30
Lunar Crater Counts. I: Alphonsus
W.K. Hartmann
80 31 - 38
Lunar Crater Counts. II: Three Lunar Surfaces Type-Areas
W.K. Hartmann
81 39 - 42
The Leonid Meteor Shower of November 17, 1966
D.R. McLean
82 43 - 48
Surveyor I Location
E.A. Whitaker
83 49 - 50
Evidence for an Atmosphere on IO and"Photometric Search for Atmospheres on Europa and Ganymede (Snyopses)
A. Binder, D.P. Cruikshank
84 51 - 54
"Early Lunar Cratering" (Synopsis)
W.K. Hartmann
85 55 - 58
Infrared Photometry of T Tauri Stars and Related Objects
E.E. Mendoza V.
86 59 - 62
Wavelength Dependence of Polarization. V. Position Angles of Interstellar Polarization
T. Gehrels, A.B. Silvester
87 63 - 64
Wavelength Dependence of Polarization. VI. Molecular Scattering at the Skin of the Particles
T. Gehrels
88 65 - 66
Wavelength Dependence of Polarization. VII. Interstellar Polarization
T. Gehrels, A.S. Meltzer
89 67 - 70
Wavelength Dependence of Polarization. VIII. Interstellar Polarization
G.V. Coyne, T. Gehrels
90 71 - 80
Solid Organic Filters for 2000 A to 3000 A
S.F. Pellicori, C.A. Johnson, F.T. King
91 81 - 83
Eight-Colored Narrow-Band Photometry of 985 Bright Stars
H.L. Johnson , R.I. Mitchell, A.S. Latham
92 85 - 95
Program of Astronomical Spectroscopy from Aircraft
G.P.Kuiper, F.F. Forbes, H.L. Johnson
93 155 - 170
Solar Comparison Spectra, 1.0-2.5 mu
G.P. Kuiper, D.L. Steinmetz
94 171 - 176
High Altitude Spectra, I: Venus, 1-2.5 Microns
G.P. Kuiper, D.P. Cruikshank
95 177 - 190
Calibration of Weak 1.4 and 1.9 mu H2O Absorptions in High Altitude Planetary Spectra
G.P. Kuiper, D.P. Cruikshank
96 191 - 194
Sulphur Compounds in the Atmosphere of Venus I: An upper Limit for the Abundance of SO2
D.P. Cruikshank, G.P. Kuiper
97 195 - 198
Sulphur Compounds in the Atmosphere of Venus II: An upper Limit for the Abundance of COS and H2S in the Venu Atmosphere
D.P. Cruikshank, G.P. Kuiper
98 199 - 200
The Infrared Spectrum of Carbon Suboxide
G.P. Kuiper, G.T. Sill, O.Carm, D.P. Cruikshank, U. Fink
99 201 - 207
High Altitude Spectra from NASA CV-990 Jet: II. Water Vapor on Venus
G.P.Kuiper, F.F. Forbes, D.L. Steinmetz, R.I. Mitchell, U. Fink
100 209 - 228
Identification of Venus Cloud Layers
G.P. Kuiper
101 229 - 248
Venus Photographs
G.P. Kuiper, J.W. Fountain, S.M. Larson, W.K. Hartmann
102 251 - 274
The Infrared Spectrum of Jupiter, .95-1.6 Microns, with Laboratory Calibrations
D.P. Cruikshank, A. Binder
103 275 - 288
New Multicolor Filter Photometry of Mars
R.I. Mitchell
104 289 - 294