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From robotic telescopes to an asteroid pretending to be a moon on Mars, here are four articles about asteroids.
25 Jun 2020
Zoe Morland, a PhD student in The School of Physical Sciences, looks at Phobos - one of Mars' moons and how space agencies are going to investigate its composition.
23 Jun 2020
STS070-701-070 (13-22 JULY 1995) --- Dark surfaces of lunar mare can be identified on the ?tiny? Moon in the center of this clear 35mm frame, recorded by crew members aboard the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Discovery. A variety of cloud-types obscure land and water in the scene. Several tropical storms and tropical depressions were observed by the crew during its nine-day mission. under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license
How did the moon form? Forget a single giant impact – relentless bombardment could explain the Moon’s formation, says Open University research student Zoe Morland.
28 Jun 2019
Zoe Morland's Research & Publications
Z. S. Morland et al. (2019-05) Metal Impactor Fragment found in Lunar Regolith Breccia Meteorite North West Africa 10989, In 7th European Lunar Symposium
Z. S. Morland et al. (2019-03-21) Chemical and Textural characterisation of two Phobos regolith simulants, In Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Z. S. Morland et al. (2019-03) Chemical and Textural Characterisation of Two Phobos Regolith Simulants poster, In 50th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Z. S. Morland et al. (2019-03) Metal in lunar meteorite North West Africa 10989 Insight into survivability of impactor material delivered to the Moon, In Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Z. S. Morland and Katherine Joy (2018-09) Impactor material in new lunar meteorite NWA 10989, In European Planetary Science Congress 2018(12)
Z. S. Morland and K. H. Joy (2017-12) Lunar Fragmental Breccia NWA 10989: Implications for the Evolution of the Lunar Crust, In UKPF 15th Early Career Planetary Scientists' Meeting, UK Planetary Forum
Z. S. Morland and A. M. Krzesińska (2017-12) Cooling rates and vesiculation of shock melt pockets in shergottites, In 1st British Planetary Science Congress
Z. S. Morland et al. (2016) PoPSAT (Polar Precipitation SATellite), Summer School Alpbach
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