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ササキ ショウ | SASAKI Sho
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Astronomy ,  Solid earth and planetary physics ,  Space and upper atmospheric physics
Research keywords  (1): Planetary Science
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Structure and origin of the solar system.
  • Geology of Venus, Mars, Icy Satellites, and asteroids
  • Dust Measurement around Mars by NOZOMI
MISC (35):
Books (10):
  • Penetration of the Solar Wind after Dissipation of the Solar Nebula-Origin of Venusian Ar by Off-Disk Implantation of the Solar Wind
    Proc. NIPR Symposium Antarctic Meteorites 1989
  • The Primary Solar-type Atmosphere Surrounding the Accreting Earth : H<sub>2</sub>-induced High Surface Temperature
    Origin of the Earth 1990
  • Off-Disk Implantation of Early Solar Wind into a Planetesimal-dust Cloud
    Origin and Evolution of Interplanetary Dust 1991
  • Rediogenic Noble Gas Constraints on Mars' Evolution
    Noble Gas Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry 1994
  • Degassing History and Evolution of Volcanic Activities of Terrestrial Planets Based on Radiogenic Noble Gas Degassing Model
    Proceedings of Conference on Deep Earth and Planetary Volatiles 1995
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Science (The University of Tokyo)
Association Membership(s) (7):
Japan Society of Planetary Science ,  DPS ,  AGU ,  Meteoritical Society ,  SGEPPS ,  Seismological Society of Japan ,  Physical Society of Japan
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