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Daniele Ceccato, et al, "Elemental Depth Profiles of Peat Columns from Tunguska Region",
Hou Q.L., Kolesnikov E.M., Xie L.W., Kolesnikova N.V., Zhou M.F., Sun M. Platinum group element abundances in a peat layer associated with the Tunguska event, further evidence for a cosmic origin
В.А.Ромейко, В.В.Чичмарь, ТУНГУССКИЙ МЕТЕОРИТ – ПОИСКИ И НАХОДКИ (из опыта школьных экспедиций г. Москвы)
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  1. Daniele Ceccato, Maria-Crista Buoso, Mario De Poli, Laura Tositti, L. Forlani, Marcella Mingozzi, S. Sandrini, D. Baldacci, G. Longo, "Elemental Depth Profiles of Peat Columns from Tunguska Region", 8th European Conference on Accelerators in Applied Research and Technology ECAART-8, September 20-24, 2004 Paris, France
  2. Hou Q.L., Kolesnikov E.M., Xie L.W., Kolesnikova N.V., Zhou M.F., Sun M. Platinum group element abundances in a peat layer associated with the Tunguska event, further evidence for a cosmic origin. – Planet.Space Sci., 2004, v. 52, p. 331-340.
  3. Kolesnikov E.M., Rasmussen K.L., Hou Q., Xie L., Kolesnikova N.V.Tunguska Cosmic Body material in peat from the explosion area. Proceedings of the Conference "Comet/Asteroid impact and human society", 27 Nov.-2 Dec. 2004,Tenerife, Spain (in press).
  4. Ромейко В.А., Чичмарь В.В. Тунгусский метеорит. Поиски и находки (из опыта школьных экспедиций города Москвы) - М.: МИОО, 2004, 120
  5. Mikko Kaasalainen, Petr Pravec, Lenka Šarounová, Johanna Torppa, Jenni Virtanen, Sanna Kaasalainen, Anders Erikson, Andreas Nathues, Josef Durech, Marek Wolf, Johan S.V. Lagerros, Mats Lindgren, Claes-Ingvar Lagerkvist, Robert Koff, John Davies, Rita Mann, Peter Kušnirák, Ninel M. Gaftonyuk, Vasilij G. Shevchenko, Vasilij G. Chiorny, and Irina N. Belskaya, Photometry and models of eight near-Earth asteroids, Icarus 167 (2004) 178–196 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2003.09.012

    We present new observations and models of the shapes and rotational states of the eight near-Earth Asteroids (1580) Betulia, (1627) Ivar, (1980) Tezcatlipoca, (2100) Ra-Shalom, (3199) Nefertiti, (3908) Nyx, (4957) Brucemurray, and (5587) 1990 SB. We also outline some of their solar phase curves, corrected to common reference geometry with the models. Some of the targets may feature sizable global nonconvexities, but the observable solar phase angles were not sufficiently high for confirming these. None is likely to have a very densely cratered surface. We discuss the role of the intermediate topographic scale range in photometry, and surmise that this scale range is less important than large or small scale lengths.
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