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Ryuki Hyodo|兵頭龍樹
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Accretion of Phobos and Deimos in an extended debris disc stirred by transient moons
P Rosenblatt, S Charnoz, KM Dunseath, M Terao-Dunseath, A Trinh, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (8), 581-583, 2016
902016
On the impact origin of Phobos and Deimos. I. Thermodynamic and physical aspects
R Hyodo, H Genda, S Charnoz, P Rosenblatt
The Astrophysical Journal 845 (2), 125, 2017
552017
Rationale for BepiColombo studies of Mercury’s surface and composition
DA Rothery, M Massironi, G Alemanno, O Barraud, S Besse, N Bott, ...
Space science reviews 216 (4), 1-46, 2020
382020
Ring formation around giant planets by tidal disruption of a single passing large Kuiper belt object
R Hyodo, S Charnoz, K Ohtsuki, H Genda
Icarus 282, 195-213, 2017
382017
FORMATION OF CENTAURS’RINGS THROUGH THEIR PARTIAL TIDAL DISRUPTION DURING PLANETARY ENCOUNTERS
R Hyodo, S Charnoz, H Genda, K Ohtsuki
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 828 (1), L8, 2016
352016
Formation of rocky and icy planetesimals inside and outside the snow line: effects of diffusion, sublimation, and back-reaction
R Hyodo, S Ida, S Charnoz
Astronomy & Astrophysics 629, A90, 2019
282019
Formation of multiple-satellite systems from low-mass circumplanetary particle disks
R Hyodo, K Ohtsuki, T Takeda
The Astrophysical Journal 799 (1), 40, 2015
262015
Collisional disruption of gravitational aggregates in the tidal environment
R Hyodo, K Ohtsuki
The Astrophysical Journal 787 (1), 56, 2014
232014
Dynamical evolution of the debris disk after a satellite catastrophic disruption around Saturn
R Hyodo, S Charnoz
The Astronomical Journal 154 (1), 34, 2017
222017
Saturn’s F ring and shepherd satellites a natural outcome of satellite system formation
R Hyodo, K Ohtsuki
Nature Geoscience 8 (9), 686-689, 2015
212015
Planetesimal formation in an evolving protoplanetary disk with a dead zone
S Charnoz, FC Pignatale, R Hyodo, B Mahan, M Chaussidon, J Siebert, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 627, A50, 2019
202019
Transport of impact ejecta from Mars to its moons as a means to reveal Martian history
R Hyodo, K Kurosawa, H Genda, T Usui, K Fujita
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-6, 2019
192019
Early formation of moons around large trans-Neptunian objects via giant impacts
S Arakawa, R Hyodo, H Genda
Nature Astronomy 3 (9), 802-807, 2019
162019
On the impact origin of Phobos and Deimos. II. True polar wander and disk evolution
R Hyodo, P Rosenblatt, H Genda, S Charnoz
The Astrophysical Journal 851 (2), 122, 2017
162017
Tidal pull of the Earth strips the proto-Moon of its volatiles
S Charnoz, PA Sossi, YN Lee, J Siebert, R Hyodo, L Allibert, FC Pignatale, ...
Icarus 364, 114451, 2021
152021
Assessment of the probability of microbial contamination for sample return from Martian moons II: the fate of microbes on Martian moons
K Kurosawa, H Genda, R Hyodo, A Yamagishi, T Mikouchi, T Niihara, ...
Life Sciences in Space Research 23, 85-100, 2019
132019
On the impact origin of Phobos and Deimos. IV. Volatile depletion
R Hyodo, H Genda, S Charnoz, FCF Pignatale, P Rosenblatt
The Astrophysical Journal 860 (2), 150, 2018
132018
On the impact origin of Phobos and Deimos. III. Resulting composition from different impactors
FC Pignatale, S Charnoz, P Rosenblatt, R Hyodo, T Nakamura, H Genda
The Astrophysical Journal 853 (2), 118, 2018
132018
Planetesimal formation around the snow line-II. Dust or pebbles?
R Hyodo, T Guillot, S Ida, S Okuzumi, AN Youdin
Astronomy & Astrophysics 646, A14, 2021
122021
Assessment of the probability of microbial contamination for sample return from Martian moons I: departure of microbes from Martian surface
K Fujita, K Kurosawa, H Genda, R Hyodo, S Matsuyama, A Yamagishi, ...
Life Sciences in Space Research 23, 73-84, 2019
112019
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