Publications in relation with lader science

  1. Harri, A.-M., Marsal O., Lognonné P., Leppelmeier G.W., Spohn T., Lognonné P., Glassmeier K.-H., Angrilli F., Banerdt W.B., Barriot J.P., Bertaux J.-L., Berthelier J.J., Calcutt S., Cerisier J.C., Crisp D., Dehant V., Di Pippo S., Giardini D., Guerrier D., Jaumann R., Kumpulainen K., Langevin Y., Larsen S., Menvielle M., Musmann G., Polkko J., Pommereau J.P., di Pippo S., Guerrier D., Kumpulainen K., Larsen S., Mocquet A., Polkko J., Runavot J., Schumacher W., Siili T., Simola J., Tillman J.E., 1999, “Network Science Landers for Mars.”, Advances in Space Research, Vol 23, No 11, pp. 1915-1924, DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(99)00279-3.
  2. Lognonné P., Giardini D., Banerdt B., Gagnepain-Beyneix J., Mocquet A., Spohn T., Karczewski J.F., Schibler P., Cacho S., Pike T., Cavoit C., Desautez A., Pinassaud J., Breuer D., Campillo M., Defraigne P., Dehant V., Deschamp A., Hinderer J., Leveque J.J., Montagner J.P., and Oberst J., 1999, “The NetLander Very Broad Band seismometer.”, Planet. Space Sc., 48, 12-14, pp. 1289-1302.
  3. Dehant V., Defraigne P., and Van Hoolst T., 2000, “Computation of Mars' transfer function for nutation, tides, and surface loading.”, Phys. Earth planet. Inter., 117, pp. 385-395.
  4. Van Hoolst T., Dehant V., and Defraigne P., 2000, “Sensitivity of the Free Core Nutation and the Chandler Wobble to changes in the interior structure of Mars.”, Phys. Earth planet. Inter., 117, pp. 397-405.
  5. Lognonné P., Giardini D., Banerdt B., Gagnepain-Beyneix J., Mocquet A., Spohn T., Karczewski J.F., Schibler P., Cacho S., Pike T., Cavoit C., Desautez A., Pinassaud J., Breuer D., Campillo M., Defraigne P., Dehant V., Deschamp A., Hinderer J., Leveque J.J., Montagner J.P., and Oberst J., 2000, “A European seismic network on Mars with NetLander.”, Orfeus Newsletter, 2(2), pp. 12.
  6. Van Hoolst T., Dehant V., and Defraigne P., 2000, “Chandler Wobble and Free Core Nutation for Mars.”, Planet. Space Sc., 48, 12-14, pp. 1145-1151.
  7. Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., and Defraigne P., 2000, “Comparison between the nutations of the planet Mars and the nutations of the Earth.”, Survey Geophys., 21, 1, pp. 89-110.
  8. Roosbeek F., 2000, “Analytical developments of rigid Mars nutation and tide generating potential series.”, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 75, pp. 287-300.
  9. Defraigne P., Dehant V., and Van Hoolst T., 2001, “Steady state convection in Mars' mantle.”, Planet. Space Sc., 49, pp. 501-509.
  10. Barriot J.P., Dehant V., Cerisier J.C., Folkner W., Rhibes A., Benoist J., Van Hoolst T., Warnant R., Preston R.A., Romans L., Wu S., and A.W. Wernik, 2001, “NEIGE: NetLander Ionosphere and Geodesy Experiment.”, Adv. Space Res., 28(8), pp. 1237-1249.
  11. Yseboodt M., Barriot J.P., and Dehant V., 2003, “Analytical modeling of the Doppler tracking between a lander and a Mars orbiter in term of rotational dynamics.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 108(E7), 5076, DOI: 2003JE002045.
  12. Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., de Viron O., Greff-Lefftz M., Legros H., and Defraigne P., 2003, “Can a solid inner core of Mars be detected from observations of polar motion and nutation of Mars?”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 108(E12), DOI: 10.1029/2003JE002140.
  13. Defraigne P., Rivoldini A., Van Hoolst T., and Dehant V., 2003, “Mars nutation resonance due to Free Inner Core Nutation.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 108(E12), DOI: 10.1029/2003JE002145.
  14. Dehant V., Lognonné Ph., Sotin C., 2004, “Network science, NetLander: a European mission to study the planet Mars.”, Planet. Space Sc., 52(11), pp. 977-985.
  15. Dehant V., de Viron O., Karatekin Ö., and Van Hoolst T., 2006, “Excitation of Mars polar motion.”, Astron. Astrophys., 446(1), DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361:20053825, pp. 345-355.
  16. Dehant V. and Van Hoolst T., 2007, “Gravity, rotation, and interior of the terrestrial planets from planetary geodesy.”, in: Proc. IAG-IAPSO-IABO General Assembly on ‘Dynamic planet’, Cairns, Australia, Chapter 124, 887-894.
  17. Van Hoolst T., 2007, “The rotation of the terrestrial planets.”, Treatise on Geophysics, Volume 10 ‘Planets and Moons’, Eds. T. Spohn and J. Schubert, pp. 123-164, ISBN: 978-0-444-52748-6, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-007-9202-6.
  18. Dehant V. and Van Hoolst T., 2007, “Information on interior structure of the terrestrial planets from their rotation.”, in: Proc. Workshop organized in honour of Prof. J. Henrard at the occasion of his retirement, 'Rotation of celestial bodies', Namur, 1st and 2d of December 2005, pp. 1-7.
  19. Dehant V., Folkner W., Renotte E., Orban D., Asmar S., Balmino G., Barriot J.P., Benoist J., Biancale R., Biele J., Budnik F., Burger S., de Viron O., Häusler B., Karatekin Ö., Le Maistre S., Lognonné P., Menvielle M., Mitrovic M., Pätzold M., Rivoldini A., Rosenblatt P., Schubert G., Spohn T., Tortora P., Van Hoolst T., Witasse O., and Yseboodt M., 2009, “Lander Radioscience for obtaining the rotation and orientation of Mars.”, Planet. Space Sci., 57, pp. 1050-1067, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2008.08.009.
  20. Rosenblatt P. and Dehant V., 2010, “Mars Geodesy and rotation.”, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics (RAA), 10(8), pp. 713-736, DOI: 10.1088/1674-4527/10/8/002.
  21. Dehant V., Le Maistre S., Rivoldini A., Yseboodt M., Rosenblatt P., Van Hoolst T., Mitrovic M., Karatekin Ö., Marty J.C., Chicarro A., 2011, “Revealing Mars’ deep interior: Future geodesy missions using radio links between landers, orbiters, and the Earth.”, Planet. Space Sci., 57, pp. 1069-1081, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2010.03.014.
  22. Karatekin Ö., de Viron O., Lambert S., Rosenblatt P., Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., and Le Maistre S., 2011, “Atmospheric angular momentum variations of Earth, Mars and Venus at seasonal time scales.”, Planetary and Space Science, 59(10), 923-933, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2010.09.010.
  23. Le Maistre S., Rosenblatt P., Rivoldini A., Dehant V., Marty J.C., and Karatekin Ö., 2012, “Lander Radio science experiment with a direct link between Mars and the Earth.”, Planet. Space Sci., 68(1), 105-122, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2011.12.020.
  24. Dehant V., Banerdt B., Lognonné P., Grott M., Asmar S., Biele J., Breuer D., Forget F., Jaumann R., Johnson C., Knapmeyer M., Lefeuvre M., Mimoun D., Mocquet A., Read P., Rivoldini A., Romberg O., Schubert G., Smrekar S., Spohn T., Tortora P., Ulamec S., and Vennerstrøm S., 2012, Future Mars geophysical observatories for understanding its internal structure, rotation, and evolution, Planet. Space Sci., 68(1), 123-145, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2011.10.016.
  25. Le Maistre S., Rosenblatt P., Rambaux N, Castillo-Rogez J.C., Dehant V., and Marty J.C., 2013, “Phobos interior from librations determination using Doppler and star tracker measurements.”, Planetary and Space Science, 85, 106-122, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2013.06.015.
  26. Kuchynka P., Folkner W.M., Konopliv A.S., Park R.S., Le Maistre S., and Dehant V., 2013, “New constraints on Mars rotation determined from radiometric tracking of the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover.”, Icarus, 222(1), pp. 243-253, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.11.003.
  27. Dehant V., and Van Hoolst T., 2014, “Rotation of terrestrial planets.”, in: Encyclopedia of the Solar System, Chapter 8, Eds. Tilman Spohn, Doris Breuer, and Torrence V. Johnson, pp. 159-184, Elsevier Inc., 3d edition, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-415845-0.00018-9.
  28. Banerdt B., Dehant V., Grimm R., Grott M., Lognonné P., and Smrekar S., 2014, “Probing the Interiors of Planets with Geophysical Tools.”, in: Encyclopedia of the Solar System, chapter 55, Eds. Tilman Spohn, Doris Breuer, and Torrence V. Johnson, Elsevier Inc., 3d edition, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-415845-0.00018-9.
  29. Kuchynka P., Folkner W.M., Konopliv A.S., Park R.S., Le Maistre S., and Dehant V., 2014, “New constraints on Mars rotation determined from radiometric tracking of the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover.”, Icarus, 229, pp. 340-347, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2013.11.015.
  30. Van Hoolst T., 2015, “The rotation of the terrestrial planets.”, Treatise on Geophysics, Vol.10: Planets and Moons, 2nd edition, Ed. Gerald Schubert, Section 10.04, ISBN: 9780444538024.
  31. Panning M.P., Lognonné P., Banerdt W.B., Garcia R., Golombek M., Kedar S., Knapmeyer-Endrun B., Mocquet A., Teanby N.A., Tromp J., Weber R., Beucler E., Blanchette-Guertin J.-F., Bozdağ E., Drilleau M., Gudkova T. , Khan A., Lekić V., Murdoch N., Plesa A.-C., Rivoldini A., Schmerr N., Ruan Y., Verhoeven O., Gao C., Christensen U., Clinton J., Dehant V., Giardini D., Mimoun D., Pike W.T., Smrekar S., Wieczorek M., Knapmeyer M., Wookey J., 2016, “Planned Products of the Mars Structure Service for the InSight Mission to Mars.”, Space Sci. Rev., DOI: 10.1007/s11214-016-0317-5.
  32. Le Maistre S., 2016, “InSight coordinates determination from direct-to-Earth radio-tracking and Mars topography model.”, Planetary and Space Science, 121, pp. 1-9, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2015.11.003
  33. Le Maistre S., Folkner W. M., Jacobson R.A., and Serra D., 2016, “Jupiter spin-pole precession rate and moment of inertia from Juno radio-science observations.”, Planetary and Space Science, 126, pp. 78-92, May 2016. DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2016.03.006.
  34. Yseboodt M., Dehant V., Péters M.J., 2017, “Signatures of the Martian rotation parameters in the Doppler and range observables.”, Planet. Space Sci., 144, pp. 74-88, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2017.05.008.

Interior properties papers of interest for LaRa

  1. Van Hoolst T. and Dehant V, 2002, “Influence of triaxiality and second-order terms in flattenings on the rotation of terrestrial planets: I. Formalism and rotational normal modes.”, Phys. Earth planet. Inter., 134, pp. 17-33.
  2. Van Hoolst T., V. Dehant, O. de Viron, Defraigne P., and Barriot J.P., 2002, “Degree-one displacements on Mars.”, Geophys. Res. Lett., DOI: 10.1029/2002GLO14711.
  3. Van Hoolst T., Dehant V., Roosbeek F., and Lognonné P., 2003, “Tidally induced surface displacements, external potential variations, and gravity variations on Mars.”, Icarus, 161, 281-296, DOI: 10.1016/S0019-1035(2)00045-2.
  4. Verhoeven O., Rivoldini A., Vacher P., Mocquet A., Choblet G., Menvielle M., Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., Sleewaegen J., Barriot J.P., and Lognonné P., 2005, “Interior structure of terrestrial planets. I. Modeling Mars' mantle and its electromagnetic, geodetic and seismic properties.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 110(E4), E04009, DOI: 10.1029/2004JE002271.
  5. Van Thienen P., Rivoldini A., Van Hoolst T., and Lognonné P., 2006, “A top-down origin for martian mantle plumes.”, Icarus, 185(1), pp. 197-210, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2006.06.008.
  6. Métivier L., Greff-Lefftz M., and Diament M., 2006, “Mantle lateral variations and elasto-gravitational deformations - I. Numerical modeling.”, Geophys. J. Int., 167(3), pp. 1060-1076, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03159.x.
  7. Métivier L., Greff-Lefftz M., and Diament M., 2007, “Mantle lateral variations and elasto-gravitational deformations - II. Possible effects of a superplume on body tides.”, Geophys. J. Int., 168(3), pp. 897-903, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03309.x.
  8. Vacher P. and Verhoeven O., 2007, “Modelling the electrical conductivity of iron-rich minerals for planetary applications.”, Planet. Space Science, 55, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.10.003.
  9. Metivier L., Karatekin Ö., and Dehant V., 2008, “The effect of the internal structure of Mars on its seasonal loading deformations.”, Icarus, 194(2), pp. 476-486, DOI:10.1016/j.icarus.2007.12.001.
  10. Rivoldini A., Van Hoolst T., Verhoeven O., Mocquet A., and Dehant V., 2011, “Geodesy constraints on the interior structure and composition of Mars.”, Icarus, 213, 451-472, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2011.03.024.
  11. Cottenier S., Probert M.I.J., Van Hoolst T., van Speybroeck V., and Waroquier M., 2011, “Crystal structure prediction for iron as inner core material in heavy terrestrial planets.”, Earth Planet. Sci. Letters, 312(1), 237-242, DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2011.09.045.
  12. Huang C.L., Dehant V., Liao X.H., Van Hoolst T., and Rochester M.G., 2011, “On the coupling between magnetic field and nutation in a numerical integration approach.”, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B03403, DOI: 10.1029/2010JB007713.
  13. Le Bars M., Wieczorek M.A., Karatekin Ö., Cébron D., and Laneuville M., 2011, “An impact driven dynamo for the early Moon.”, Nature, 479, 215-218, DOI: 10.1038/nature10564 and 10.1038/nature10565.
  14. Nore C., Guermond J.L., Laguerre R., Léorat J., and Luddens F., 2012, “Nonlinear dynamo in a short Taylor-Couette setup.”, Physics of Fluids, 24(9), DOI: 10.1063/1.475275.
  15. Dumberry M. and Koot L., 2012, “A global model of electromagnetic coupling for nutations.”, Geophys. J. Int., 191, 530-544, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05625.x. 
  16. Grott M., Baratoux D., Hauber E., Sautter V., Mustard J., Gasnault O., Ruff S. W., Karato S.-I., Debaille V., Knapmeyer M., Sohl F., Van Hoolst T., Breuer D., Morschhauser A., and Toplis M. J., 2013, “Long-Term Evolution of the Martian Crust-Mantle System;”, Space Science Reviews, 174(1-4), pp. 49-111, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-012-9948-3.
  17. Grott M., Baratoux D., Hauber E., Sautter V., Mustard J., Gasnault O., Ruff S.W., Karato S.I., Debaille V., Knapmeyer M., Sohl F., Van Hoolst T., Breuer D., Morschhauser A., and Toplis M. J., 2013, “Long-Term Evolution of the Martian Crust-Mantle System”, Space Science Reviews, 174(1-4), pp. 49-111, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-012-9948-3.
  18. Koot L., and M. Dumberry, 2013, “The role of the magnetic field morphology on the electromagnetic coupling for nutations.”, Geophys. J. Int., 195, 200-210, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt239.
  19. Van Hoolst T., and Rivoldini A., 2014, “Interior Structure and Evolution of Mars.”, in: Encyclopedia of the Solar System, Chapter 18, Eds. Tilman Spohn, Doris Breuer, and Torrence V. Johnson, pp. 379-396, Elsevier Inc., 3d edition, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-415845-0.00018- 9.

Atmosphere papers of interest for LaRa

  1. Defraigne P., de Viron O., Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., and Hourdin F., 2000, “Mars rotation variations induced by atmospheric CO2 and winds.”, J. Geophys. Res (Planets), 105, E10, pp. 24563-24570.
  2. Trotignon J.G., Parrot M., Cerisier J.C., Menvielle M., Axford W.I., Pätzold M., Warnant R., and Wernik A.W., 2000, “The plasma environment of Mars: from the shocked solar wind down to the ionosphere.”, Planet. Space Sc., 48(12-14), pp. 1181-1191.
  3. Van den Acker E., Van Hoolst T., de Viron O., Defraigne P., Dehant V., Forget F., and Hourdin F., 2002, “Influence of the winds and of the CO2 mass exchange between the atmosphere and the polar ice caps on Mars' orientation parameters.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 107(E7), pp. 9-1, CiteID 5055, DOI: 10.1029/2000JE001539.
  4. Witasse O., Dutuit O., Lilensten J., Thissen R., Zabka J., Alcaraz C., Blelly P.-L., Bougher S.W., Engel S., Andersen L.H., Seiersen K., 2002, “Prediction of a CO2 2+ layer in the atmosphere of Mars.”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 10.1029/2002GL014781.
  5. Morel L., Witasse. O, Warnant R., Cerisier J-C., Blelly P., and Lilensten J., 2004, “Diagnostic of the dayside ionosphere of Mars using the Total Electron Content measurement by the NEIGE/Netlander experiment.”, Planet. Space Sc., 52, pp.603-611.
  6. Karatekin Ö., Van Hoolst T., Tastet J., de Viron O., and Dehant V., 2006, “The effects of seasonal mass redistribution and interior structure on Length-of-Day variations of Mars.”, Adv. Space Res., 38(4), pp. 739-744, DOI: JASR-D-04-01301R1.
  7. Lilensten J., Coates A.J., Dehant V., Dudok de Wit T., Horne R.B., Leblanc F., Luhmann J., Woodfield E., and Barthélemy M., 2014, “What characterizes planetary space weather?”, Astron. Astrophys. Rev., 22, Id. 79, 39 pages, DOI: 10.1007/s00159-014-0079-6.
  8. Van Hove B., Karatekin Ö., Chazot O., and Lacor C., 2015, “Observing the Martian Atmosphere using Entry Probe Flight Instrumentation.”, in: Review of the VKI Doctoral Research 2013-2014, 13 March 2013, Sint-Genesius-Rode, Belgium, in print ISBN 978-2-8716-060-7, Ed. T. Magin, pp. 263-274.
  9. Vandaele A. C., Neefs E., Drummond R., Thomas I. R., Daerden F., Lopez-Moreno J.-J., Rodriguez J., Patel M. R., Bellucci G., Allen M., Altieri F., Bolsée D., Clancy T., Delanoye S., Depiesse C., Cloutis E., Fedorova A., Formisano V., Funke B., Fussen D., Geminale A., Gérard J.-C., Giuranna M., Ignatiev N., Kaminski J., Karatekin O., Lefèvre F., López-Puertas M., López-Valverde M., Mahieux A., McConnell J., Mumma M., Neary L., Renotte E., Ristic B., Robert S., Smith M., Trokhimovsky S., Vander Auwera J., Villanueva G., Whiteway J., Wilquet V., and Wolff M., 2015, “Science objectives and performances of NOMAD, a spectrometer suite for the ExoMars TGO mission.”, Planetary and Space Science, 119, 233-249, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2015.10.003.

Orbiter - gravity papers of interest for LaRa

  1. Duron J., Rosenblatt P., Yseboodt M., Karatekin Ö., Dehant V., Van Hoolst T., and Barriot J.P., 2003, “Joint estimation of Martian C20 and rotation variations from simultaneous geodetic measurements: Numerical simulations of a Network Science Experiment.”, Geophys. Res. Letters, 30(18), 1971, DOI: 10.1029/2003GL018353.
  2. Rosenblatt P., Marty J.C., Perosanz F., Barriot J.P., Van Hoolst T., and Dehant V., 2004, “Numerical simulations of a Mars Geodesy Network Experiment: Effect of orbiter angular momentum desaturation on Mars’ rotation estimation.”, Planet. Space Sc., 52(11), pp. 965-975, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2004.07.017.
  3. Karatekin Ö., Duron J., Rosenblatt P., Van Hoolst T., Dehant V., Barriot J.P., 2005, “Mars’ Time-Variable Gravity and its Determination: Simulated Geodesy Experiments.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 110(E6), E06001, DOI: 10.1029/2004JE002378.
  4. Dehant V., de Viron O., Greff-Lefftz M., 2005, “Atmospheric and oceanic excitation of the rotation of a three-layer Earth.”, Astron. Astrophys., Vol. 438, pp. 1149-1161, DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361:20042210.
  5. Beuthe M., Rosenblatt P., Dehant V., Barriot J.P., Pätzold M., Häusler B., Karatekin Ö., Le Maistre S., and Van Hoolst T., 2006, “Assessment of the Martian gravity field at short wavelength with Mars Express.”, Geophys. Res. Letters, 33, L03203, DOI: 10.1029/2005GL024317.
  6. Karatekin Ö., Dehant V., and Van Hoolst T., 2006, “Martian global-scale CO2 exchange from time-variable gravity measurements.”, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 111, E06003, DOI: 10.1029/2005JE002591.
  7. Balmino G., Duron J., Marty J.C., Karatekin Ö., 2007, “Mars long wavelength gravity field time variations. A new solution from MGS tracking data.”, in: Proc. IAG-IAPSO-IABO General Assembly on ‘Dynamic Planet: Monitoring and understanding a dynamic planet with geodetic and oceanographic tools’, Editors: P. Tregoning, C. Rizos, Proceedings Series, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heiderberg New York, Chap. 125, pp. 895-902.
  8. Rosenblatt P., Lainey V., Le Maistre S., Marty J.C., Dehant V., Pätzold M., Van Hoolst T., Häusler B., 2008, “Accurate Mars Express orbit to improve the determination of the mass and ephemeris of the Martian moons.”, Planet. Space Sci., 56(7), pp. 1043-1053, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2008.02.004.
  9. Marty J.C., Balmino G., Duron J., Dehant V., Rosenblatt P., Le Maistre S., Rivoldini A., and Van Hoolst T., 2009, “Martian gravity field model and its time variations.”, Planet. Space Sci., 57(3), pp. 350-363, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2009.01.004.
  10. Andert T.P., Rosenblatt P., Pätzold M., Häusler B., Dehant V., Tyler G.L., and Marty J.C., 2010, “Precise Mass Determination and the Nature of Phobos.”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, CiteID: L09202, DOI: 10.1029/2009GL041829.
  11. Konopliv A.S., Asmar S.W., Folkner W.M., Karatekin Ö., Nunes D.C., Smrekar S.E., Yoder C.F., Zuber M.T., 2011, “Mars High Resolution Gravity Fields from MRO, Mars Seasonal Gravity, and Other Dynamical Parameters.”, Icarus, 211(1), pp. 401-428, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.10.004.
  12. Beuthe M., Le Maistre S., Rosenblatt P., Pätzold M., and Dehant V., 2012, “Density and lithospheric thickness of the Tharsis Province from MEX MaRS and MRO gravity data.”, J. Geophys. Res., 117, E04002, 32 pages, DOI: 10.1029/2011JE003976.
  13. Pätzold M., Andert T., Jacobson R., Rosenblatt P., and Dehant V., 2014, “Phobos: Observed bulk properties.”, Planetary and Space Science, 102, pp. 86-94, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2014.01.004.
  14. Witasse O., Duxbury T., Chicarro A., Altobelli N., Andert T., Aronica A., Barabash S., Bertaux J.-L., Bibring J.-P., Cardesin-Moinelo A., Cichetti A., Companys V., Dehant V., Denis M., Formisano V., Futaana Y., Giuranna M., Gondet B., Heather D., Hoffmann H., Holmström M., Manaud N., Martin P., Matz K.-D., Montmessin F., Morley T., Mueller M., Neukum G., Oberst J., Orosei R., Pätzold M., Picardi G., Pischel R., Plaut J. J., Reberac A., Pardo Voss P., Roatsch T., Rosenblatt P., Remus S., Schmedemann N., Willner K., Zegers T., 2014, “Mars Express investigations of Phobos and Deimos.”, Planetary and Space Science, 102, pp. 18-34, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2013.08.002.
  15. Pätzold M., Häusler B., Tyler G.L., Andert T., Asmar S.W., Bird M.K., Dehant V., Hinson D.P., Rosenblatt P., Simpson R.A., Tellmann S., Withers P., Beuthe M., A.I. Efimov, Hahn M., Kahan D., Le Maistre S., Oschlisniok J., Peter K., Remus S., 2016, “Mars Express 10 years at Mars: Observations by the Mars Express Radio Science Experiment (MaRS).”, Planetary and Space Science, 127, pp. 44-90, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2016.02.013.