Ramon Brasser

Ramon Brasser
氏 名
Ramon Brasser
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40. R. Brasser, Man Hoi Lee, Tilting Saturn without tilting Jupiter: Constraints on giant planet migration, Astronomical Journal 150, 157.

39. J.-H. Wang and R. Brasser, 2014. An Oort cloud origin of the Halley-type comets. A&A 563, A122

38. R. Brasser, S. Ida and E. Kokubo, 2014. A dynamical study on the habitability of terrestrial exoplanets II: The super Earth HD 40307 g. MNRAS 440, 3685-3700

37. R. Brasser, K. J. Walsh and D. Nesvorný, 2013. Constraining the primordial orbits of the Terrestrial Planets. MNRAS 433, 3417-3427.

36. R. Brasser and A. Morbidelli, 2013. Oort Cloud and Scattered Disc formation during a late dynamical instability in the Solar System. Icarus 225, 40-49.

35. R. Brasser, S. Ida and E. Kokubo, 2013. A dynamical study on the habitability of terrestrial exoplanets I: Tidally evolved planet-satellite pairs. MNRAS 428, 1673-1685.

34. R. Brasser, 2013. The formation of Mars: Building blocks and accretion time scale. Space Science Reviews 174, 11-25.

33. W. F. Bottke, D. Vokrouhlicky, D. Minton, D. Nesvorny, A. Morbidelli, R. Brasser, B. Simonson and H. F. Levison, 2012. The Great Archean Bombardment. Nature, 485, 78–81

32. Jakubik, A. Morbidelli, L. Neslusan and R. Brasser, 2012. Considerations on the accretion of Uranus and Neptune by mutual collisions of planetary embryos in the vicinity of Jupiter and Saturn. A&A 540, A71

31. R. Brasser, M. E. Schwamb, P. S. Lykawka and R. S. Gomes, 2012. An Oort cloud origin for the high-inclination, high-perihelion Centaurs. MNRAS 420, 3396-3402.

30. R. Brasser, M. J. Duncan, H. F. Levison, M. E. Schwamb and M. E. Brown, 2012. Reassessing the formation of the inner Oort cloud in an embedded star cluster. Icarus 217, 1-22.

29. R. Brasser and A. Morbidelli, 2011. The terrestrial Planet V hypothesis as the mechanism for the origin of the Late Heavy Bombardment. A&A 535, A41-49.

28. E. Nogueira, R. Brasser and R. Gomes, 2011. Reassessing the origin of Triton. Icarus 214, 113-130.

27. R. Brasser and K. Walsh, 2011. Stability analysis of the Martian obliquity during the Noachian era. Icarus 213, 423-427.

26. N. A. Kaib, T. Quinn and R. Brasser, 2011. Decreasing computing time with symplectic correctors in adaptive timestepping routines. AJ 141, 1-7.

25. A. Morbidelli, R. Brasser, R. Gomes, K. Tsiganis and H. F. Levison, 2010. Evidence from the asteroid belt for a past violent evolution of Jupiter's orbit. AJ, 140, 1391-1401.

24. H. F. Levison, M. J. Duncan, R. Brasser and D. E. Kauffman, 2010. Capture of the Sun’s Oort Cloud from Stars in its Birth Cluster. Science 329, 187-190.

23. R. Brasser, A. Higuchi and N. Kaib, 2010. Oort cloud formation at various Galactic distances. A&A 516, A72.

22. R. Brasser, A. Morbidelli, R.Gomes, K. Tsiganis and H. F. Levison, 2009. Constructing the secular architecture of the solar system II: the terrestrial planets. A&A 507, 1053-1065.

21. A. Morbidelli, R. Brasser, K. Tsiganis, R. Gomes and H. F. Levison, 2009. Constructing the secular architecture of the solar system I: the giant planets. A&A 507, 1041-1052.

20. D. R. Kirsh, M. Duncan, R. Brasser and H. F. Levison, 2009. Simulations of planet migration driven by planetesimal scattering. Icarus 199, 197-209.

19. R. Brasser, 2008. A two-stage formation process for the Oort comet cloud. A&A 492, 251-255.

18. M. J. Duncan, R. Brasser, L. Dones and H. F. Levison, 2008. The Role of the Galaxy in the Dynamical Evolution of Trans-Neptunian Objects. In: The Solar System Beyond Neptune; M. A. Barucci, H. Boehnhardt, D. P. Cruikshank, and A. Morbidelli (eds.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, USA. 315-331.

17. R. Brasser, M. J. Duncan and H. F. Levison, 2008. Embedded star clusters and the formation of the Oort cloud III: Evolution of the Inner cloud during the Galactic phase, Icarus, 196, 274-284.

16. R. Brasser and P. Wiegert, 2008. Asteroids on Earth-like orbits and their origin, MNRAS, 386, 2031-2038

15. R. Brasser and M. J. Duncan, 2008. An analytical method to compute comet cloud formation efficiency and its application, Celest. Mech. & Dyn. Astron. 100, 1-26.

14. M. Connors, R. G. Stacey, P. Wiegert and R. Brasser, 2008. Inner Solar System dynamical analogues of plutinos, Icarus 194, 789-799.

13. R. Brasser, M. J. Duncan and H. F. Levison, 2007. Embedded star clusters and the formation of the Oort cloud II: The effect of the primordial Solar nebula, Icarus 191, 413-433.

12. R. Brasser, M. J. Duncan and H. F. Levison, 2006. Embedded Clusters and the formation of the Oort Cloud, Icarus 184, 59-82

11. S. Mikkola, K. Innanen, P. Wiegert, M. Connors & R. Brasser, 2006. Stability Limits in the Quasi-Satellite Orbit, MNRAS 369, 15-24

10. P. Wiegert, M. Connors, R. Brasser, S. Mikkola, R. Stacey and K. Innanen, 2005. Sleeping with an Elephant: Asteroids that Share a Planet's Orbit. JRASC 99, 145.

9. M. Connors, R. G. Stacey, R. Brasser, and P. Wiegert, 2005. A Survey of Orbits of Co-orbitals of Mars, P&SS 53, 617-624

8. R. Brasser, K. A. Innanen, M. Connors, C. Veillet, P. Wiegert, S. Mikkola and P. W. Chodas, 2004. Transient co-orbital asteroids, Icarus 171, 102-109

7. M. Connors, C. Veillet, R. Brasser, P. Wiegert, P.W. Chodas, S. Mikkola and K. Innanen, 2004. Discovery of Earth's quasi-satellite, M&PS 39, 1251-1255

6. S. Mikkola, R. Brasser, P. Wiegert and K. Innanen, 2004. Asteroid 2002 VE68, a Quasi-Satellite of Venus, MNRAS 351, L63-L65.

5. R. Brasser, S. Mikkola, T-Y. Huang, P. Wiegert and K. Innanen, 2004. Long-term evolution of the Neptune Trojan 2001 QR322, MNRAS 347, 833-836

4. R. Brasser, D.C. Heggie and S. Mikkola, 2004. One-to-one resonance at high inclination, Celest. Mech. & Dyn. Astron. 88, 123-152

3. R. Brasser and H.J. Lehto, 2002. The role of secular resonances on trojans of the terrestrial planets, MNRAS 334, 241-247

2. R. Brasser, 2002. Hill stability of a triple system with an inner binary of large mass ratio, MNRAS 332, 723-728

1. R. Brasser, 2001. Some properties of a two-body system under the influence of the Galactic tidal field, MNRAS 324, 1109-1116