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C. Kreuzig et al.: CoPhyLab Comet Simulation Chamber, Review of Scientific Instruments


A. Lethuillier et al.: Cometary dust analog for physics experiments

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A. Lethuillier et al.: Non-invasive thermal conductivity measurements of meteoritic and cometary analogue samples

C. Feller et al.: Photometric modelling in support of the CoPhyLab project

T. Gilke et al.: Sublimation of granular H2O- and CO2-ice mixtures

N. Molinski et al.: Ice particle ejection by the sublimation of pure, granular water ice