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Publications:  Dr Craig Agnor

Tinetti G, Drossart P, Eccleston P, Hartogh P, Isaak K, Linder M, Lovis C, Micela G et al.(2017). The EChO science case. EChO - Exoplanet Characterisation Observatory,
Tinetti G, Drossart P, Eccleston P, Hartogh P, Isaak K, Linder M, Lovis C, Micela G et al.(2015). The EChO science case. Experimental Astronomy vol. 40, (2-3) 329-391.
10.1007/s10686-015-9484-8
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11450
Liu SF, Agnor CB, Lin DNC, Li SL(2015). Embryo impacts and gas giant mergers - II. Diversity of hot Jupiters' internal structure. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society vol. 446, (2) 1685-1702.
10.1093/mnras/stu2205
Arridge CS, Achilleos N, Agarwal J, Agnor CB, Ambrosi R, André N, Badman SV, Baines K et al.(2014). The science case for an orbital mission to Uranus: Exploring the origins and evolution of ice giant planets. Planetary and Space Science vol. 104, (PA) 122-140.
10.1016/j.pss.2014.08.009
Masters A, Achilleos N, Agnor CB, Campagnola S, Charnoz S, Christophe B, Coates AJ, Fletcher LN et al. (2014). Neptune and triton: Essential pieces of the solar system puzzle. Planetary and Space Science. vol. 104, 108-121.
10.1016/j.pss.2014.05.008
Masters A, Achilleos N, Agnor CB, Campagnola S, Charnoz S, Christophe B, Coates AJ, Fletcher LN et al.(2013). Neptune and Triton: Essential pieces of the Solar System puzzle. Planetary and Space Science
10.1016/j.pss.2014.05.008
Campanella G, Nelson RP, Agnor CB(2013). Possible scenarios for eccentricity evolution in the extrasolar planetary system HD 181433. MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY vol. 433, (4) 3190-3207.
10.1093/mnras/stt959
Tinetti G, Beaulieu JP, Henning T, Meyer M, Micela G, Ribas I, Stam D, Swain M et al.(2012). EChO. EXPERIMENTAL ASTRONOMY vol. 34, (2) 311-353.
10.1007/s10686-012-9303-4
Arridge CS, Agnor CB, Andre N, Baines KH, Fletcher LN, Gautier D, Hofstadter MD, Jones GH et al.(2012). Uranus Pathfinder: exploring the origins and evolution of Ice Giant planets. EXPERIMENTAL ASTRONOMY vol. 33, (2-3) 753-791.
10.1007/s10686-011-9251-4
Agnor CB, Lin DNC(2012). ON THE MIGRATION OF JUPITER AND SATURN: CONSTRAINTS FROM LINEAR MODELS OF SECULAR RESONANT COUPLING WITH THE TERRESTRIAL PLANETS. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL vol. 745, (2) Article ARTN 143,
10.1088/0004-637X/745/2/143
Tinetti G, Cho JYK, Griffith CA, Grasset O, Grenfell L, Guillot T, Koskinen TT, Moses JI et al. (2011). The science of EChO. Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. vol. 6, 359-370.
10.1017/S1743921311020448
Li SL, Agnor CB, Lin DNC(2010). EMBRYO IMPACTS AND GAS GIANT MERGERS. I. DICHOTOMY OF JUPITER AND SATURN'S CORE MASS. ASTROPHYS J vol. 720, (2) 1161-1173.
10.1088/0004-637X/720/2/1161
Beurle K, Murray CD, Williams GA, Evans MW, Cooper NJ, Agnor CB(2010). DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR GRAVITATIONAL INSTABILITY AND MOONLET FORMATION IN SATURN's RINGS. ASTROPHYS J LETT vol. 718, (2) L176-L180.
10.1088/2041-8205/718/2/L176
Philpott CM, Hamilton DP, Agnor CB(2010). Three-body capture of irregular satellites: Application to Jupiter. ICARUS vol. 208, (2) 824-836.
10.1016/j.icarus.2010.03.026
Nimmo F, Agnor CB (2008). Dynamical and thermal implications of Martian core formation timescales. GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA. vol. 72, A684-A684.
Nimmo F, Hart SD, Korycansky DG, Agnor CB(2008). Implications of an impact origin for the martian hemispheric dichotomy. Nature vol. 453, (7199) 1220-1223.
10.1038/nature07025
Li S-L, Agnor C, Lin DNC(2007). Giant impact, planetary merger, and diversity of planetary-core mass. Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union vol. 3, (S249) 301-303.
10.1017/s1743921308016736
Asphaug E, Agnor CB, Scott ERD, Williams QC (2006). Meteoritical and planetological consequences of "hit and run" non-accretionary giant impacts. METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE. vol. 41, A18-A18.
Agnor CB, Hamilton DP(2006). Neptune's capture of its moon Triton in a binary-planet gravitational encounter. NATURE vol. 441, (7090) 192-194.
10.1038/nature04792
Nimmo F, Agnor CB(2006). Isotopic outcomes of N-body accretion simulations: Constraints on equilibration processes during large impacts from HfAV observations. EARTH PLANET SC LETT vol. 243, (1-2) 26-43.
10.1016/j.epsl.2005.12.009
Asphaug E, Agnor CB, Williams Q(2006). Hit-and-run planetary collisions. NATURE vol. 439, (7073) 155-160.
10.1038/nature04311
Agnor C, Asphaug E(2004). Accretion efficiency during planetary collisions. ASTROPHYS J vol. 613, (2) L157-L160.
10.1086/425158
Asphaug E, Agnor C, Petit JM, Rivkin AS, Williams Q (2003). TIDAL DISRUPTION OF PRIMORDIAL ASTEROIDS: A NEW PATHWAY FOR METEORITE PETROGENESIS. METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE. vol. 38, A28-A28.
AGNOR CB, Levison HF(2003). The Role of Giant Planets in Terrestrial Planet Formation. Astronomical Journal vol. 125, 2692-2713.
10.1086/374625
Agnor CB, Ward WR(2002). Damping of terrestrial-planet eccentricities by density-wave interactions with a remnant gas disk. ASTROPHYS J vol. 567, (1) 579-586.
10.1086/338415
Ward WR, Agnor CB, Tanaka H (2001). On the accretion of distant planets. ASTROPHYSICAL AGES AND TIME SCALES. Editors: VonHippel, T, Simpson, C, Manset, N, vol. 245, 111-120.
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