KECK INSTITUTE FOR SPACE STUDIES

       

Papers:

  • Wong, I. and Brown, M. (2016) A Hypothesis for the Color Bimodality of Jupiter Trojans. The Astronomical Journal, 152:90 (8pp), 2016 October. doi:10.3847/0004-6256/152/4/90. PDF
  • Mahjoub, A. and Poston, M. J. and Hand, K. et al. (2016) Electron irradiation and Thermal Processing of Mixed-ices of Potential Relevance to Jupiter Trojans Asteroids. The Astrophysical Journal.
  • Wong, Ian and Brown, Michael E. (2015) The color-magnitude distribution of small Jupiter Trojans. Astronomical Journal, 150 (6). Art. No. 174. ISSN 1538-3881. PDF
  • Poston, M. and Mahjoun, A. and Blacksberg, J. and Brown, M. et al. (Under Preparation). The colors of Irradiated Mixed Ices and Application to Kuiper Belt and Jupiter Trojan Small Bodies. The Astrophysical Journal.
  • Neveu, M. and Desch, S. J. and Castillo-Rogez, J. C. (2014) Core Cracking and Hydrothermal Circulation Can Profoundly Affect Ceres Geophysical Evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. PDF
  • Neveu, M. and Desch, S. J. and Shock, E. L. and Glein, C. R. (2014) Prerequisites for Explosive Cryovolcanism on Dwarf Planet-Class Kuiper Belt Objects. Icarus. PDF

Presentations:

  • Neveu, M. and Desch, S. J. and Castillo-Rogez, J. C. ‘Cracking in Ceres’ Core as an Opportunity for Late Hydrothermal Activity. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. (ABSTRACT .pdf) (POSTER .png)
  • Blacksberg, J. and Mahjoub, A. and Poston, M. et al. (2015). An Experimential path to constraining the origin of Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids by Identifying Chemical Fingerprints. 47th DPS.
  • Poston, M. and Blacksberg, J. and Brown, M. et al. (2015). Testing Migration of the Jupiter Trojan Asteroids in the Lab. 47th DPS.
  • Brown, M. (2015). A 3mm Spectral Survey of Jupiter Trojans. 47th DPS.
  • Mahjoub, A. and Poston, M and Hand, K. (2015). Electron Irradiation and Thermal Driven Chemistry on H2S-CH3OH-NH3-H2O and CH3OH-NH3-H2O Ices: Application to Jupiter Trojans. EPSC-2015, Vol. 10, 392
  • Mahjoub, A. and Poston, M. and Hand, K. et al. (2016). Using Chemistry and Spectroscopy of Laboratory Simulants to Constrain the Origins of Jupiter Trojans Asteroids. LPSC, 1757.
  • Poston, M. and Blacksberg, J. and Brown, M. et al. (2015). The Colors of Irradiated Mixed Ices and Application to the Trojan Asteroids. LPSC #2265.

Posters:

  • Poston M., Blacksberg J., Brown M., Carlson R., Ehlmann B., Eiler J., Hand K., Hodyss R., Mahjoub A., and Wong I. "Composition of Irradiation Residue from Jupiter Trojan Laboratory Simulations" (PDF)