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Initial results from the New Horizons exploration of 2014 MU69, a small Kuiper Belt object.

Stern SA, Weaver HA, Spencer JR, Olkin CB, Gladstone GR, Grundy WM, Moore JM, Cruikshank DP, Elliott HA, McKinnon WB, Parker JW, Verbiscer AJ, Young LA, Aguilar DA, Albers JM, Andert T, Andrews JP, Bagenal F, Banks ME, Bauer BA, Bauman JA, Bechtold KE, Beddingfield CB, Behrooz N, Beisser KB, Benecchi SD, Bernardoni E, Beyer RA, Bhaskaran S, Bierson CJ, Binzel RP, Birath EM, Bird MK, Boone DR, Bowman AF, Bray VJ, Britt DT, Brown LE, Buckley MR, Buie MW, Buratti BJ, Burke LM, Bushman SS, Carcich B, Chaikin AL, Chavez CL, Cheng AF, Colwell EJ, Conard SJ, Conner MP, Conrad CA, Cook JC, Cooper SB, Custodio OS, Dalle Ore CM, Deboy CC, Dharmavaram P, Dhingra RD, Dunn GF, Earle AM, Egan AF, Eisig J, El-Maarry MR, Engelbrecht C, Enke BL, Ercol CJ, Fattig ED, Ferrell CL, Finley TJ, Firer J, Fischetti J, Folkner WM, Fosbury MN, Fountain GH, Freeze JM, Gabasova L, Glaze LS, Green JL, Griffith GA, Guo Y, Hahn M, Hals DW, Hamilton DP, Hamilton SA, Hanley JJ, Harch A, Harmon KA, Hart HM, Hayes J, Hersman CB, Hill ME, Hill TA, Hofgartner JD, Holdridge ME, Horányi M, Hosadurga A, Howard AD, Howett CJA, Jaskulek SE, Jennings DE, Jensen JR, Jones MR, Kang HK, Katz DJ, Kaufmann DE, Kavelaars JJ, Keane JT, Keleher GP, Kinczyk M, Kochte MC, Kollmann P, Krimigis SM, Kruizinga GL, Kusnierkiewicz DY, Lahr MS, Lauer TR, Lawrence GB, Lee JE, Lessac-Chenen EJ, Linscott IR, Lisse CM, Lunsford AW, Mages DM, Mallder VA, Martin NP, May BH, McComas DJ, McNutt RL Jr, Mehoke DS, Mehoke TS, Nelson DS, Nguyen HD, Núñez JI, Ocampo AC, Owen WM, Oxton GK, Parker AH, Pätzold M, Pelgrift JY, Pelletier FJ, Pineau JP, Piquette MR, Porter SB, Protopapa S, Quirico E, Redfern JA, Regiec AL, Reitsema HJ, Reuter DC, Richardson DC, Riedel JE, Ritterbush MA, Robbins SJ, Rodgers DJ, Rogers GD, Rose DM, Rosendall PE, Runyon KD, Ryschkewitsch MG, Saina MM, Salinas MJ, Schenk PM, Scherrer JR, Schlei WR, Schmitt B, Schultz DJ, Schurr DC, Scipioni F, Sepan RL, Shelton RG, Showalter MR, Simon M, Singer KN, Stahlheber EW, Stanbridge DR, Stansberry JA, Steffl AJ, Strobel DF, Stothoff MM, Stryk T, Stuart JR, Summers ME, Tapley MB, Taylor A, Taylor HW, Tedford RM, Throop HB, Turner LS, Umurhan OM, Van Eck J, Velez D, Versteeg MH, Vincent MA, Webbert RW, Weidner SE, Weigle GE 2nd, Wendel JR, White OL, Whittenburg KE, Williams BG, Williams KE, Williams SP, Winters HL, Zangari AM, Zurbuchen TH.

Science. 2019 May 17;364(6441). pii: eaaw9771. doi: 10.1126/science.aaw9771.

PMID:
31097641
2.

The binary Kuiper-belt object 1998 WW31.

Veillet C, Parker JW, Griffin I, Marsden B, Doressoundiram A, Buie M, Tholen DJ, Connelley M, Holman MJ.

Nature. 2002 Apr 18;416(6882):711-3.

PMID:
11961547
3.

Impact craters on Pluto and Charon indicate a deficit of small Kuiper belt objects.

Singer KN, McKinnon WB, Gladman B, Greenstreet S, Bierhaus EB, Stern SA, Parker AH, Robbins SJ, Schenk PM, Grundy WM, Bray VJ, Beyer RA, Binzel RP, Weaver HA, Young LA, Spencer JR, Kavelaars JJ, Moore JM, Zangari AM, Olkin CB, Lauer TR, Lisse CM, Ennico K; New Horizons Geology, Geophysics and Imaging Science Theme Team; New Horizons Surface Composition Science Theme Team; New Horizons Ralph and LORRI Teams.

Science. 2019 Mar 1;363(6430):955-959. doi: 10.1126/science.aap8628.

PMID:
30819958
4.

Crystalline water ice on the Kuiper belt object (50000) Quaoar.

Jewitt DC, Luu J.

Nature. 2004 Dec 9;432(7018):731-3.

PMID:
15592406
5.

A single sub-kilometre Kuiper belt object from a stellar occultation in archival data.

Schlichting HE, Ofek EO, Wenz M, Sari R, Gal-Yam A, Livio M, Nelan E, Zucker S.

Nature. 2009 Dec 17;462(7275):895-7. doi: 10.1038/nature08608.

PMID:
20016596
6.

A Sedna-like body with a perihelion of 80 astronomical units.

Trujillo CA, Sheppard SS.

Nature. 2014 Mar 27;507(7493):471-4. doi: 10.1038/nature13156.

PMID:
24670765
7.

The size and albedo of the Kuiper-belt object (20000) Varuna.

Jewitt D, Aussel H, Evans A.

Nature. 2001 May 24;411(6836):446-7.

PMID:
11373669
8.

Size and albedo of Kuiper belt object 55636 from a stellar occultation.

Elliot JL, Person MJ, Zuluaga CA, Bosh AS, Adams ER, Brothers TC, Gulbis AA, Levine SE, Lockhart M, Zangari AM, Babcock BA, Dupré K, Pasachoff JM, Souza SP, Rosing W, Secrest N, Bright L, Dunham EW, Sheppard SS, Kakkala M, Tilleman T, Berger B, Briggs JW, Jacobson G, Valleli P, Volz B, Rapoport S, Hart R, Brucker M, Michel R, Mattingly A, Zambrano-Marin L, Meyer AW, Wolf J, Ryan EV, Ryan WH, Morzinski K, Grigsby B, Brimacombe J, Ragozzine D, Montano HG, Gilmore A.

Nature. 2010 Jun 17;465(7300):897-900. doi: 10.1038/nature09109.

PMID:
20559381
9.

1998 SM165: a large Kuiper belt object with an irregular shape.

Romanishin W, Tegler SC, Rettig TW, Consolmagno G, Botthof B.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Oct 9;98(21):11863-6. Epub 2001 Sep 25.

10.

The evolution of comets in the Oort cloud and Kuiper belt.

Alan Stern S.

Nature. 2003 Aug 7;424(6949):639-42.

PMID:
12904784
11.

The Kuiper belt and the solar system's comet disk.

Gladman B.

Science. 2005 Jan 7;307(5706):71-5.

PMID:
15637267
12.

The formation of the Kuiper belt by the outward transport of bodies during Neptune's migration.

Levison HF, Morbidelli A.

Nature. 2003 Nov 27;426(6965):419-21.

PMID:
14647375
13.

The extreme Kuiper Belt binary 2001 QW322.

Petit JM, Kavelaars JJ, Gladman BJ, Margot JL, Nicholson PD, Jones RL, Parker JW, Ashby ML, Bagatin AC, Benavidez P, Coffey J, Rousselot P, Mousis O, Taylor PA.

Science. 2008 Oct 17;322(5900):432-4. doi: 10.1126/science.1163148.

14.

Stellar encounters as the origin of distant Solar System objects in highly eccentric orbits.

Kenyon SJ, Bromley BC.

Nature. 2004 Dec 2;432(7017):598-602.

PMID:
15577903
15.

A population of comets in the main asteroid belt.

Hsieh HH, Jewitt D.

Science. 2006 Apr 28;312(5773):561-3. Epub 2006 Mar 23.

16.

Formation of Kuiper-belt binaries by dynamical friction and three-body encounters.

Goldreich P, Lithwick Y, Sari R.

Nature. 2002 Dec 12;420(6916):643-6.

PMID:
12478286
17.

A collisional family of icy objects in the Kuiper belt.

Brown ME, Barkume KM, Ragozzine D, Schaller EL.

Nature. 2007 Mar 15;446(7133):294-6.

PMID:
17361177
18.

Pluto's interaction with its space environment: Solar wind, energetic particles, and dust.

Bagenal F, Horányi M, McComas DJ, McNutt RL Jr, Elliott HA, Hill ME, Brown LE, Delamere PA, Kollmann P, Krimigis SM, Kusterer M, Lisse CM, Mitchell DG, Piquette M, Poppe AR, Strobel DF, Szalay JR, Valek P, Vandegriff J, Weidner S, Zirnstein EJ, Stern SA, Ennico K, Olkin CB, Weaver HA, Young LA; New Horizons Science Team.

Science. 2016 Mar 18;351(6279):aad9045. doi: 10.1126/science.aad9045.

19.

Saturn's moon Phoebe as a captured body from the outer Solar System.

Johnson TV, Lunine JI.

Nature. 2005 May 5;435(7038):69-71.

PMID:
15875015
20.

Extremely red Kuiper-belt objects in near-circular orbits beyond 40 AU.

Tegler SC, Romanishin W.

Nature. 2000 Oct 26;407(6807):979-81.

PMID:
11069171

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