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Title: Indicative Basic Issues about Lunar Dust in the Lunar Environment
Primary Author: Brian J. O''Brien
Secondary Author(s): James R.Gaier
Institution: University of Western Australia
Summary: Basic issues of lunar dust - including recent discoveries -so fundamental they affect a wide range of lunar research and exploration must be recognised as priorities. Four Recommendations and Outcomes are given.
Panel Selection: Inner Planets: Mercury, Venus, and the Moon.
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