View this DOI at https://doi.org/10.18758/71021087
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Creators
Johan De Keyser
Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB), Brussels, Belgium
Resource Type
Software
Publisher
Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy
Publication Year
2023
Titles
Supplementary material for: In situ plasma and neutral gas observation time windows during a comet flyby. Application to the Comet Interceptor mission, by J. De Keyser, N. J. T. Edberg, P. Henri, H.-U. Auster, M. Galand, M. Rubin, H. Nilsson, J. Soucek, N. André, V. Della Corte, H. Rothkaehl, R. Funase, S. Kasahara, and C. Corral Van Damme
Language
en
Description
This data set was registered as doi: 10.18758/71021087 by the Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy on 2023-12-12 (initially) and contains supplementary material in support of the publication J. De Keyser, N. Edberg, P. Henri, H.-U. Auster, M. Galand, M. Rubin, H. Nilsson, J. Soucek, N. André, V. Della Corte, H. Rothkaehl, R. Funase, S. Kasahara, C. Corral Van Damme. Estimating the in situ plasma and neutral gas observation time windows during a comet flyby: Application to the Comet Interceptor mission, 2023.
This data set holds MatLab software associated with that publication, in particular the routines that are used for creating the figures and tables in that publication. The software was developed with MatLab R2022a.
Funding References
Belgian Science Policy Office ESA PRODEX PEA 4000139830
Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF 200020 207312
CNES
Formats
Version
1.0
Rights List
CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
Sizes
28 kB

Associated files

71021087_ScienceObservationWindow-Software-20231219.zip

Your Citation (AGU-style)

De Keyser, J. (2023). Supplementary material for: In situ plasma and neutral gas observation time windows during a comet flyby. Application to the Comet Interceptor mission, by J. De Keyser, N. J. T. Edberg, P. Henri, H.-U. Auster, M. Galand, M. Rubin, H. Nilsson, J. Soucek, N. André, V. Della Corte, H. Rothkaehl, R. Funase, S. Kasahara, and C. Corral Van Damme (Version 1.0). Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy. https://doi.org/10.18758/71021087