Sarah T Stewart
Sarah T Stewart
Professor, Earth & Planetary Sciences, U. California Davis
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Making the Moon from a fast-spinning Earth: A giant impact followed by resonant despinning
M Ćuk, ST Stewart
Science 338 (6110), 1047-1052, 2012
Collisions between gravity-dominated bodies. I. Outcome regimes and scaling laws
ZM Leinhardt, ST Stewart
The Astrophysical Journal 745 (1), 79, 2011
Velocity-dependent catastrophic disruption criteria for planetesimals
ST Stewart, ZM Leinhardt
The Astrophysical Journal 691 (2), L133, 2009
Records of an ancient Martian magnetic field in ALH84001
BP Weiss, H Vali, FJ Baudenbacher, JL Kirschvink, ST Stewart, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 201 (3-4), 449-463, 2002
The origin of the Moon within a terrestrial synestia
SJ Lock, ST Stewart, MI Petaev, Z Leinhardt, MT Mace, SB Jacobsen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 123 (4), 910-951, 2018
Full numerical simulations of catastrophic small body collisions
ZM Leinhardt, ST Stewart
Icarus 199 (2), 542-559, 2009
Collisions between gravity-dominated bodies. II. The diversity of impact outcomes during the end stage of planet formation
ST Stewart, ZM Leinhardt
The Astrophysical Journal 751 (1), 32, 2012
Minimum radii of super-Earths: Constraints from giant impacts
RA Marcus, D Sasselov, L Hernquist, ST Stewart
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 712 (1), L73-L76, 2010
Impact crater formation in icy layered terrains on Mars
LE Senft, ST Stewart
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43 (12), 1993-2013, 2008
An impactor origin for lunar magnetic anomalies
MA Wieczorek, BP Weiss, ST Stewart
Science 335 (6073), 1212-1215, 2012
Characteristics of the Galileo probe entry site from Earth-based remote sensing observations
GS Orton, BM Fisher, ST Stewart, JL Ortiz, M Marinova, S Hinkley, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research 103, 22791-22814, 1997
Modeling impact cratering in layered surfaces
LE Senft, ST Stewart
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 112 (E11), 2007
The formation of the collisional family around the dwarf planet Haumea
ZM Leinhardt, RA Marcus, ST Stewart
The Astrophysical Journal 714 (2), 1789-1799, 2010
Shock vaporization of silica and the thermodynamics of planetary impact events
RG Kraus, ST Stewart, DC Swift, CA Bolme, RF Smith, S Hamel, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 117 (E9), 2012
Collisional Stripping and Disruption of Super-Earths
RA Marcus, ST Stewart, D Sasselov, L Hernquist
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 700 (2), L118-L122, 2009
Evolution and persistence of 5-μm hot spots at the Galileo probe entry latitude
JL Ortiz, GS Orton, AJ Friedson, ST Stewart, BM Fisher, JR Spencer
Journal of Geophysical Research 103 (E10), 23051-23,069, 1998
High-pressure x-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy of ice VIII
Y Yoshimura, ST Stewart, M Somayazulu, H Mao, RJ Hemley
The Journal of Chemical Physics 124, 024502, 2006
Surface runoff features on Mars: Testing the carbon dioxide formation hypothesis
ST Stewart, F Nimmo
Journal of Geophysical Research 107 (E9), 5069, 2002
Shock Properties of H2O Ice
ST Stewart, TJ Ahrens
Journal of Geophysical Research 110 (E3), E03005, 2005
The sustainability of habitability on terrestrial planets: Insights, questions, and needed measurements from Mars for understanding the evolution of Earth‐like worlds
BL Ehlmann, FS Anderson, J Andrews‐Hanna, DC Catling, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 121 (10), 1927-1961, 2016
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