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Updated radiative transfer model for Titan in the near-infrared wavelength range: Validation on Huygens atmospheric and surface measurements and application to the analysis of the VIMS/Cassini observations of the Dragonfly landing area

M Es-Sayeh
S Rodriguez
Maélie Coutelier
L Maltagliati
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Thomas Cornet
B Grieger
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C Sotin
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insu-04545153 , version 1 (13-04-2024)

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M Es-Sayeh, S Rodriguez, Maélie Coutelier, Pascal Rannou, B Bézard, et al.. Updated radiative transfer model for Titan in the near-infrared wavelength range: Validation on Huygens atmospheric and surface measurements and application to the analysis of the VIMS/Cassini observations of the Dragonfly landing area. 16th Europlanet Science Congress 2022, Sep 2022, Granada, Spain. pp.EPSC2022-657. ⟨insu-04545153⟩
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