Ryan S. Park
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The planetary and lunar ephemerides DE430 and DE431
WM Folkner, JG Williams, DH Boggs, RS Park, P Kuchynka
Interplanetary Network Progress Report 196 (1), 2014
Dawn at Vesta: Testing the protoplanetary paradigm
CT Russell, CA Raymond, A Coradini, HY McSween, MT Zuber, ...
Science 336 (6082), 684-686, 2012
Gravity field of the Moon from the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission
MT Zuber, DE Smith, MM Watkins, SW Asmar, AS Konopliv, FG Lemoine, ...
Science 339 (6120), 668-671, 2013
The NANOGrav 11 year data set: pulsar-timing constraints on the stochastic gravitational-wave background
Z Arzoumanian, PT Baker, A Brazier, S Burke-Spolaor, SJ Chamberlin, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 859 (1), 47, 2018
Nonlinear mapping of Gaussian statistics: theory and applications to spacecraft trajectory design
RS Park, DJ Scheeres
Journal of guidance, Control, and Dynamics 29 (6), 1367-1375, 2006
The JPL lunar gravity field to spherical harmonic degree 660 from the GRAIL Primary Mission
AS Konopliv, RS Park, DN Yuan, SW Asmar, MM Watkins, JG Williams, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 118 (7), 1415-1434, 2013
Lunar interior properties from the GRAIL mission
JG Williams, AS Konopliv, DH Boggs, RS Park, DN Yuan, FG Lemoine, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 119 (7), 1546-1578, 2014
Dawn arrives at Ceres: Exploration of a small, volatile-rich world
CT Russell, CA Raymond, E Ammannito, DL Buczkowski, MC De Sanctis, ...
Science 353 (6303), 1008-1010, 2016
A partially differentiated interior for (1) Ceres deduced from its gravity field and shape
RS Park, AS Konopliv, BG Bills, N Rambaux, JC Castillo-Rogez, ...
Nature 537 (7621), 515-517, 2016
An improved JPL Mars gravity field and orientation from Mars orbiter and lander tracking data
AS Konopliv, RS Park, WM Folkner
Icarus 274, 253-260, 2016
Cratering on Ceres: Implications for its crust and evolution
H Hiesinger, S Marchi, N Schmedemann, P Schenk, JH Pasckert, ...
Science 353 (6303), 2016
Measurement of Jupiter’s asymmetric gravity field
L Iess, WM Folkner, D Durante, M Parisi, Y Kaspi, E Galanti, T Guillot, ...
Nature 555 (7695), 220-222, 2018
Composition and structure of the shallow subsurface of Ceres revealed by crater morphology
MT Bland, CA Raymond, PM Schenk, RR Fu, T Kneissl, JH Pasckert, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (7), 538-542, 2016
High‐resolution lunar gravity fields from the GRAIL primary and extended missions
AS Konopliv, RS Park, DN Yuan, SW Asmar, MM Watkins, JG Williams, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (5), 1452-1458, 2014
Constraints on Ceres' internal structure and evolution from its shape and gravity measured by the Dawn spacecraft
AI Ermakov, RR Fu, JC Castillo‐Rogez, CA Raymond, RS Park, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 122 (11), 2267-2293, 2017
The interior structure of Ceres as revealed by surface topography
RR Fu, AI Ermakov, S Marchi, JC Castillo-Rogez, CA Raymond, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 476, 153-164, 2017
Precession of Mercury’s Perihelion from Ranging to the MESSENGER Spacecraft
RS Park, WM Folkner, AS Konopliv, JG Williams, DE Smith, MT Zuber
The Astronomical Journal 153 (3), 121, 2017
The Vesta gravity field, spin pole and rotation period, landmark positions, and ephemeris from the Dawn tracking and optical data
AS Konopliv, SW Asmar, RS Park, BG Bills, F Centinello, AB Chamberlin, ...
Icarus 240, 103-117, 2014
Constraints on modified Newtonian dynamics theories from radio tracking data of the Cassini spacecraft
A Hees, WM Folkner, RA Jacobson, RS Park
Physical Review D 89 (10), 102002, 2014
Nonlinear semi-analytic methods for trajectory estimation
RS Park, DJ Scheeres
Journal of guidance, control, and dynamics 30 (6), 1668-1676, 2007
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