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Cratering Chronology and the Evolution of Mars
Results by Neukum et al. (2001) and Ivanov (2001) are combined with crater counts to estimate ages of Martian surfaces. These results are combined with studies of Martian meteorites (Nyquist et al.,Expand
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Martian cratering 8: Isochron refinement and the chronology of Mars
Abstract This paper reviews and refines the technique of dating martian surfaces by using impact-crater isochrons (defined as size distributions of impact craters on undisturbed martian surfaces ofExpand
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Meteorite Delivery via Yarkovsky Orbital Drift
Abstract We provide a unified discussion of the Yarkovsky effect in both the original, “diurnal” variant and also for the “seasonal” variant which has been recently shown by Rubincam (1995) to beExpand
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Cratering Records in the Inner Solar System in Relation to the Lunar Reference System
The well investigated size-frequency distributions (SFD) for lunar craters is used to estimate the SFD for projectiles which formed craters on terrestrial planets and on asteroids. The result showsExpand
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The Time-Dependent Intense Bombardment of the Primordial Earth/Moon System
This invention relates to a unique, improved, inexpensive, one-piece garment or equipment hanger which can be securely attached to the diagonal rod or wire, of which the common chain link type fenceExpand
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Cratering Records in the Inner Solar System in Relation to the Lunar Reference System
The well investigated size-frequency distributions (SFD) for lunar craters is used to estimate the SFD for projectiles which formed craters on terrestrial planets and on asteroids. The result showsExpand
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Satellite-Sized Planetesimals and Lunar Origin
Abstract Exploratory calculations using accretionary theory are made to demonstrate plausible sizes of second-largest, third-largest, etc., bodies at the close of planet formation in heliocentricExpand
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Recent Fluvial, Volcanic, and Tectonic Activity on the Cerberus Plains of Mars
Athabasca and Marte Valles lie on the Cerberus plains, between the young, lava-covered plains of Elysium Planitia and Amazonis Planitia. To test pre-MGS (Mars Global Surveyor) suggestions ofExpand
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Asteroids - The big picture
An attempt is made to construct a simple model of the evolution of the asteroid belt from the data available about the individual asteroids. Data on the meaning of taxonomic types, the stratigraphyExpand
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Planetesimals to planets: Numerical simulation of collisional evolution
A simulation of collisional and gravitational interaction in the early solar system generates planets ∼500 km in diameter from an initial swarm of kilometer-sized planetesimals, such as might haveExpand
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