The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mineralogy, Astrobiology, Asteroid, Impact crater and Meteorite. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neutron, Spectrometer, Thermal and Mars Exploration Program. His Mars Exploration Program research incorporates themes from Humidity and Latitude.
In general Asteroid, his work in Asteroid belt is often linked to Protoplanet linking many areas of study. His Impact crater research includes themes of KREEP and Basalt. His research investigates the connection between Meteorite and topics such as Crust that intersect with issues in Carbonaceous chondrite, Igneous differentiation, Space exploration and Lunar geologic timescale.
Thomas H. Prettyman spends much of his time researching Astrobiology, Neutron, Asteroid, Mars Exploration Program and Mineralogy. His Astrobiology study frequently links to other fields, such as Astronomy. His Neutron research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scintillator, Mars odyssey, Spectrometer and Gamma ray.
His Spectrometer research includes elements of Spacecraft and Remote sensing. His research integrates issues of Atmospheric sciences, Geophysics, Latitude and Polar in his study of Mars Exploration Program. His Meteorite research integrates issues from Mantle and Regolith.
Thomas H. Prettyman mainly focuses on Astrobiology, Dwarf planet, Asteroid, Impact crater and Astronomy. In the subject of general Astrobiology, his work in Solar System, Chondrite, Meteorite and Regolith is often linked to Environmental science, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study focuses on the intersection of Chondrite and fields such as Gamma ray with connections in the field of Analytical chemistry, Neutron and Spectrometer.
Thomas H. Prettyman regularly ties together related areas like Mineralogy in his Regolith studies. Thomas H. Prettyman has researched Asteroid in several fields, including Cosmic ray, Planet, Water vapor and Outgassing. His studies deal with areas such as Earth science, Mars Exploration Program, Geochemistry, Crust and Water ice as well as Impact crater.
Thomas H. Prettyman focuses on Astrobiology, Asteroid, Impact crater, Chondrite and Dwarf planet. His Astrobiology study typically links adjacent topics like Exosphere. The various areas that Thomas H. Prettyman examines in his Asteroid study include Astrophysics, Water vapor and Outgassing.
In his study, Earth science and Terrain is strongly linked to Mars Exploration Program, which falls under the umbrella field of Impact crater. Within one scientific family, Thomas H. Prettyman focuses on topics pertaining to Regolith under Chondrite, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Carbonaceous chondrite, Neutron and Mineralogy. His work in Howardite tackles topics such as Diogenite which are related to areas like Neutron temperature.
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Distribution of Hydrogen in the Near-Surface of Mars: Evidence for Subsurface Ice Deposits
W. V. Boynton;W. C. Feldman;S. W. Squyres;T. H. Prettyman.
Global distribution of neutrons from Mars: Results from Mars Odyssey
W. C. Feldman;W. V. Boynton;R. L. Tokar;T. H. Prettyman.
Global distribution of near-surface hydrogen on Mars
W. C. Feldman;T. H. Prettyman;S. Maurice;J. J. Plaut.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Dawn at Vesta: Testing the Protoplanetary Paradigm
C. T. Russell;C. A. Raymond;A. Coradini;H. Y. McSween.
The presence and stability of ground ice in the southern hemisphere of Mars
Michael T. Mellon;William C. Feldman;Thomas H. Prettyman.
Elemental composition of the lunar surface: Analysis of gamma ray spectroscopy data from Lunar Prospector
T. H. Prettyman;J. J. Hagerty;R. C. Elphic;W. C. Feldman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Evidence for water ice near the lunar poles
W. C. Feldman;S. Maurice;D. J. Lawrence;R. C. Little.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Understanding the Lunar Surface and Space-Moon Interactions
Paul Lucey;Randy L. Korotev;Jeffrey J. Gillis;Larry A. Taylor.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2006)
Ammoniated phyllosilicates with a likely outer Solar System origin on (1) Ceres
M. C. De Sanctis;E. Ammannito;E. Ammannito;A. Raponi;S. Marchi;S. Marchi.
Iron abundances on the lunar surface as measured by the Lunar Prospector gamma‐ray and neutron spectrometers
D. J. Lawrence;W. C. Feldman;R. C. Elphic;R. C. Little.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
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