Ross A. Beyer focuses on Pluto, Impact crater, Astrobiology, Billion years and Solar System. As part of his studies on Pluto, Ross A. Beyer often connects relevant subjects like Terrain. His research integrates issues of Bedrock and Tectonics in his study of Impact crater.
His research in Bedrock intersects with topics in Ejecta, Outcrop and Latitude. The Astrobiology study which covers Glacial period that intersects with Structural basin, Geology of Pluto and Glacier. His Solar System study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spectroscopy, Endmember, Sand dune stabilization and Infrared.
Ross A. Beyer mostly deals with Pluto, Astrobiology, Impact crater, New horizons and Mars Exploration Program. The various areas that Ross A. Beyer examines in his Pluto study include Glacial period, Terrain, Landform and Tectonics. His study in Astrobiology concentrates on Solar System and Titan.
His research integrates issues of Spacecraft, Neptune and Geophysics in his study of Solar System. His Impact crater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Outcrop, Graben and Scale. His studies deal with areas such as Geochemistry, Orbiter and Geomorphology as well as Mars Exploration Program.
His main research concerns Pluto, Impact crater, Solar System, Spacecraft and Geophysics. His Pluto study contributes to a more complete understanding of Astronomy. Ross A. Beyer interconnects Comet, Geometry, Surface and Trough in the investigation of issues within Impact crater.
He combines subjects such as Planetary science and Variation with his study of Solar System. His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like Gravitation, Radius, Formation and evolution of the Solar System and Neptune. Many of his research projects under Astrobiology are closely connected to Materials science and New horizons with Materials science and New horizons, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Spacecraft, Impact crater, Fault scarp, Solar System and Pluto. His Trans-Neptunian object research extends to the thematically linked field of Spacecraft. His work carried out in the field of Impact crater brings together such families of science as Paleontology, Planetesimal, Planet and Hypervelocity.
Ross A. Beyer has included themes like Landslide, Geomorphology and Digital elevation model in his Fault scarp study. His Solar System study frequently involves adjacent topics like Variation. In his work, Ross A. Beyer performs multidisciplinary research in Pluto and Atmospheric radiative transfer codes.
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The Pluto system: Initial results from its exploration by New Horizons.
S. A. Stern;F. Bagenal;K. Ennico;G. R. Gladstone.
The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons.
Jeffrey M. Moore;William B. McKinnon;John R. Spencer;Alan D. Howard.
Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon
W. M. Grundy;R. P. Binzel;B. J. Buratti;J. C. Cook.
Selection of the Mars Science Laboratory Landing Site
M. Golombek;John A. Grant;D. Kipp;A. Vasavada.
Space Science Reviews (2012)
The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) during MRO’s Primary Science Phase (PSP)
Alfred S. McEwen;Maria E. Banks;Nicole Baugh;Kris Becker.
Spectroscopy, morphometry, and photoclinometry of Titan's dunefields from Cassini/VIMS
Jason W. Barnes;Robert H. Brown;Laurence Soderblom;Christophe Sotin.
Evidence of Recent Thrust Faulting on the Moon Revealed by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera
Thomas R. Watters;Mark S. Robinson;Ross A. Beyer;Ross A. Beyer;Maria E. Banks.
Selection of the InSight Landing Site
M. Golombek;D. Kipp;N. Warner;N. Warner;Ingrid J. Daubar.
Space Science Reviews (2017)
Initial results from the New Horizons exploration of 2014 MU69, a small Kuiper Belt Object
S. A. Stern;H. A. Weaver;J. R. Spencer;C. B. Olkin.
arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (2020)
Impact Craters on Pluto and Charon Indicate a Deficit of Small Kuiper Belt Objects
K. N. Singer;W. B. McKinnon;B. Gladman;S. Greenstreet.
arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (2019)
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