Astrobiology, Asteroid, Kaguya, Remote sensing and Space weathering are his primary areas of study. The Astrobiology study combines topics in areas such as Porosity and Astronomy. His Asteroid research integrates issues from Spacecraft, Astrophysics and Breakup.
His Kaguya research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural basin, South Pole–Aitken basin, Period and Geophysics, Mantle. His work in the fields of Altimeter overlaps with other areas such as Billion years. As part of the same scientific family, Sho Sasaki usually focuses on Space weathering, concentrating on Mineralogy and intersecting with Micrometeorite.
His primary areas of investigation include Astrobiology, Asteroid, Geodesy, Kaguya and Space weathering. His Astrobiology study combines topics in areas such as Astronomy, Planet and Jupiter. His Asteroid research includes elements of Spacecraft and Spectral line.
In the subject of general Geodesy, his work in Very-long-baseline interferometry is often linked to Field, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The various areas that Sho Sasaki examines in his Kaguya study include South Pole–Aitken basin, Geophysics and Doppler effect. Sho Sasaki combines subjects such as Mineralogy, Olivine, Micrometeorite, Chondrite and Regolith with his study of Space weathering.
His main research concerns Astrobiology, Asteroid, Space weathering, Altimeter and Spacecraft. His work on Mars Exploration Program as part of general Astrobiology research is frequently linked to MMX, bridging the gap between disciplines. Sho Sasaki has included themes like Period, Impact crater, Gravitational field and Geodesy in his Asteroid study.
His work carried out in the field of Space weathering brings together such families of science as Brightness, Surface, Chondrite and Sulfur. His Altimeter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spin and Standard gravitational parameter. His research integrates issues of Planetary science, Orbiter and State vector in his study of Spacecraft.
Sho Sasaki mainly focuses on Asteroid, Astrobiology, Spacecraft, Space weathering and Meteorite. His Asteroid research includes themes of Excursion and Gravitational field. His research in Astrobiology intersects with topics in Icy moon and Jupiter.
His Spacecraft study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Altimeter, Remote sensing, Orbiter and Planetary science. His Space weathering study incorporates themes from Period, Impact crater, Chondrite and Mineral hydration. His Meteorite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spectral line, Orders of magnitude and Mineralogy.
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The Rubble-Pile Asteroid Itokawa as Observed by Hayabusa
A. Fujiwara;J. Kawaguchi;D. K. Yeomans;M. Abe.
Touchdown of the Hayabusa spacecraft at the Muses Sea on Itokawa.
Hajime Yano;T. Kubota;H. Miyamoto;T. Okada.
Production of iron nanoparticles by laser irradiation in a simulation of lunar-like space weathering
Sho Sasaki;Keiko Nakamura;Yoshimi Hamabe;Erika Kurahashi.
Lunar global shape and polar topography derived from Kaguya-LALT laser altimetry.
H. Araki;S. Tazawa;H. Noda;Y. Ishihara.
Regolith Migration and Sorting on Asteroid Itokawa
Hideaki Miyamoto;Hajime Yano;Daniel J. Scheeres;Shinsuke Abe.
The global distribution of pure anorthosite on the Moon
Makiko Ohtake;Tsuneo Matsunaga;Junichi Haruyama;Yasuhiro Yokota.
Farside Gravity Field of the Moon from Four-Way Doppler Measurements of SELENE (Kaguya)
Noriyuki Namiki;Takahiro Iwata;Koji Matsumoto;Hideo Hanada.
The geomorphology, color, and thermal properties of Ryugu: Implications for parent-body processes
S. Sugita;S. Sugita;R. Honda;T. Morota;S. Kameda.
Detailed Images of Asteroid 25143 Itokawa from Hayabusa
J. Saito;J. Saito;H. Miyamoto;H. Miyamoto;R. Nakamura;M. Ishiguro.
Simulation of space weathering of planet-forming materials: Nanosecond pulse laser irradiation and proton implantation on olivine and pyroxene samples
Maho Yamada;Sho Sasaki;Hiroko Nagahara;Akira Fujiwara.
Earth, Planets and Space (1999)
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