Publications from the "Planet Team"
Mercury
Venus
Mars
Icy Satellites
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Analytical Development of Rigid Mercury Nutation Series, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamics Astronomy
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Coupled rotational motion of Mercury
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Evolution of Mercury's obliquity
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Inertial core-mantle coupling and libration of Mercury
Information on interior structure of the terrestrial planets from their rotation
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Long Period Forcing of Mercury's Libration in Longitude
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Mercury's interior structure, rotation, and tides
Mercury's Rotation: The four equilibria of the Hamiltonian model
Mercury's tides and interior structure
Modelling the electrical conductivity of iron-rich minerals for planetary applications
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On the oscillations in Mercury's obliquity
On the theory of bodily tides
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Physics of bodily tides in terrestrial planets and the appropriate scales of dynamical evolution
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"(SC)RMI: A (S)emi-(C)lassical (R)elativistic (M)otion (I)ntegrator, to model the orbits of space probes around the Earth and other planets
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The BepiColombo Laser Altimeter (BELA): concept and baseline design
Theory of Mercury's spin-orbit motion and analysis of its main librations
The rotation of the terrestrial planets
The 3:2 spin-orbit resonant motion of Mercury
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Atmospheric, Ionospheric, Surface, and Radio Wave Propagation Studies with the Venus Express Radio Science Experiment VeRa
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Information on interior structure of the terrestrial planets from their rotation
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Modelling the electrical conductivity of iron-rich minerals for planetary applications
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On the theory of bodily tides
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Physics of bodily tides in terrestrial planets and the appropriate scales of dynamical evolution
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Radio Science Investigations by VeRa onboard the Venus Express Spacecraft
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The rotation of the terrestrial planets
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Venus Express Radio Science: Sounding of the Venus surface, atmosphere, and ionosphere.
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Accurate Mars Express orbit to improve the determination of the mass and ephemeris of the Martian moons
A European seismic network on Mars with NetLander
Analytical developments of rigid Mars nutation and tide generating potential series
Analytical modeling of the Doppler tracking between a lander and a Mars orbiter in term of rotational dynamics
Assessment of the Martian gravity field at short wavelength with Mars Express
A top-down origin for martian mantle plumes
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Can a solid inner core of Mars be detected from observations of polar motion and nutation of Mars?
Chandler Wobble and Free Core Nutation for Mars.
Comparison between the nutations of the planet Mars and the nutations of the Earth.
Computation of Mars' transfer function for nutation, tides, and surface loading.
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Degree-one displacements on Mars
Diagnostic of the dayside ionosphere of Mars using the Total Electron Content measurement by the NEIGE/Netlander experiment
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Excitation of Mars polar motion.
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First numerical ephemerides of the two Martian moons
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Gravity, rotation, and interior of the terrestrial planets from planetary geodesy
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Influence of the winds and of the CO2 mass exchange between the atmosphere and the polar ice caps on Mars' orientation parameters
nfluence of triaxiality and second-order terms in flattenings on the rotation of terrestrial planets: I. Formalism and rotational normal modes.
Information on interior structure of the terrestrial planets from their rotation
Interior structure of terrestrial planets. I. Modeling Mars' mantle and its electromagnetic, geodetic and seismic properties
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Joint estimation of Martian C20 and rotation variations from simultaneous geodetic measurements: Numerical simulations of a Network Science Experiment.
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Liquid Core for Mars
Long-term evolution of orbits about a precessing oblate planet: 3. A semianalytical and a purely numerical approaches
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Mantle lateral variations and elasto-gravitational deformations - I. Numerical modeling
Mantle lateral variations and elasto-gravitational deformations - II. Possible effects of a superplume on body tides
Mars long wavelength gravity field time variations. A new solution from MGS tracking data
MaRs: Mars Express orbiter radio science
Mars nutation resonance due to Free Inner Core Nutation
Mars rotation variations induced by atmospheric CO
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Mars' Time-Variable Gravity and its Determination: Simulated Geodesy Experiments
Martian global-scale CO
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Modelling the electrical conductivity of iron-rich minerals for planetary applications
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NEIGE: NetLander Ionosphere and Geodesy Experiment.
Science Landers for Mars
Network science, NetLander: a European mission to study the planet Mars
Numerical simulations of a Mars Geodesy Network Experiment: Effect of orbiter angular momentum desaturation on Mars' rotation estimation
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Planetary Magnetic Dynamo Effect on Atmospheric Protection of Early Earth and Mars
Planetary-Sun interactions.
Prediction of a CO
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(SC)RMI: A (S)emi-(C)lassical (R)elativistic (M)otion (I)ntegrator, to model the orbits of space probes around the Earth and other planets
Sensitivity of the Free Core Nutation and the Chandler Wobble to changes in the interior structure of Mars
Steady state convection in Mars'mantle
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The effect of the internal structure of Mars on its seasonal loading deformations
The effects of seasonal mass redistribution and interior structure on Length-of-Day variations of Mars
The NetLander Very Broad Band seismometer
The plasma environment of Mars: from the shocked solar wind down to the ionosphere
The rotation of the terrestrial planets
Thin elastic shells with variable thickness for lithospheric flexure of one-plate planets
Tidally induced surface displacements, external potential variations, and gravity variations on Mars
Icy Satellites
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Information on interior structure of the terrestrial planets from their rotation
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Modelling the electrical conductivity of iron-rich minerals for planetary applications
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New accurate ephemerides for the Galilean satellites of Jupiter. I. Numerical integration of elaborated equations of motion
New accurate ephemerides for the Galilean satellites of Jupiter: II-Fitting the observations
New constraints on Io's and Jupiter's tidal dissipation
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On the theory of bodily tides
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Physics of bodily tides in terrestrial planets and the appropriate scales of dynamical evolution
Predictions of the mutual events of the Uranian satellites occurring in 2006-2009
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Synthetic representation of the Galilean satellites' orbital motions from L1 ephemerides
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The effect of a dense atmosphere on the tidally induced potential of Titan
The Lense-Thirring effect in the Jovian system of the Galilean satellites and its measurability
The rotation of Galilean satellites
The rotation of the terrestrial planets