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
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
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
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
Collisional Stripping and Disruption of Super-Earths
RA Marcus, ST Stewart, D Sasselov, L Hernquist
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 700 (2), L118-L122, 2009
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
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
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
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
Shock Properties of H2O Ice
ST Stewart, TJ Ahrens
Journal of Geophysical Research 110 (E3), E03005, 2005
The structure of terrestrial bodies: Impact heating, corotation limits, and synestias
SJ Lock, ST Stewart
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 122 (5), 950-982, 2017
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