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Dust Directionality and an Anomalous Interplanetary Dust Population Detected by the Parker Solar Probe

Theory and previous space missions indicate there are several populations of zodiacal dust. The most prominent populations are grains on bound elliptic orbits (\ensuremath\alpha-meteoroids), and \ensuremath\beta-meteoroids on hyperbolic escape trajectories governed largely by their size and composition. Yet, there may be other populations not yet confirmed by observation. The Parker Solar Probe (PSP) spacecraft is able to observe in situ dust populations in the densest part of the zodiacal cloud. Over the first seven orbits, ...

Pusack, A.; Malaspina, D.~M.; Szalay, J.~R.; Bale, S.~D.; Goetz, Keith; MacDowall, Robert; Pulupa, Marc;

Published by: \psj      Published on: oct

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/ac0bb9

Zodiacal cloud; Micrometeoroids; 1845; 1048; Parker Data Used

Collisional Evolution of the Inner Zodiacal Cloud

The zodiacal cloud is one of the largest structures in the solar system and strongly governed by meteoroid collisions near the Sun. Collisional erosion occurs throughout the zodiacal cloud, yet it is historically difficult to directly measure and has never been observed for discrete meteoroid streams. After six orbits with Parker Solar Probe (PSP), its dust impact rates are consistent with at least three distinct populations: bound zodiacal dust grains on elliptic orbits (\ensuremath\alpha-meteoroids), unbound \ensuremath\be ...

Szalay, J.~R.; y, Pokorn\; Malaspina, D.~M.; Pusack, A.; Bale, S.~D.; Battams, K.; Gasque, L.~C.; Goetz, K.; Krüger, H.; McComas, D.~J.; Schwadron, N.~A.; Strub, P.;

Published by: \psj      Published on: oct

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/abf928

Circumstellar dust; Interplanetary dust; Debris disks; Parker Data Used; Meteoroids; Meteor streams; 236; 821; 363; 1040; 1035; Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics