SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

DOUGLAS P. HAMILTON

[Reprints] for nearly all of my papers are provided below; some older [Proofs], [Preprints] and [Abstracts], as well as a few very nice [Cover] images, are also available. A database of all published astronomy literature is maintained by ADS while astro-ph provides an incomplete list of submissions. The links below have been carefully cleared of papers authored by other D. Hamiltons! I update this page regularly.

2017

2016

  1. Hamilton, D.P. and the New Horizons Geology, Geophysics, and Imaging Theme Team 2016. The rapid formation of Sputnik Planitia early in Pluto's history. Nature 540, 97-99. DOI:10.1038/nature20586. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P. 2016. Fresh solutions to the four-body problem. Nature 533, 187-188. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Bagenal, F. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. Pluto’s interaction with its space environment: Solar wind, energetic particles, and dust. Science 351, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad9045. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Ćuk, M., D.P. Hamilton, S.J. Lock, and S.T. Stewart 2016. Tidal Evolution of the Moon from a high-obliquity high-angular momentum Earth. Nature 539, 402-406. DOI: 10.1038/nature19846. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Gladstone, R.G. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. The atmosphere of Pluto as observed by New Horizons. Science 351, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad8866. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Grundy, W.M. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon. Science 351, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad9189. [Reprint.pdf]
  7. Grundy, W.M. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. The formation of Charon's red poles from seasonally cold-trapped volatiles. Nature 539, 65-68. [Reprint.pdf]
  8. McKinnon, W.B. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. Convection in a massive volatile ice layer maintains Pluto’s geological and atmospheric vigor. Nature 534, doi: 10.1038/nature18289. [Reprint.pdf]
  9. Moore, J.M. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons. Science 351, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad7055. [Reprint.pdf]
  10. Nimmo, F., Hamilton, D.P. and the New Horizons Team 2016. Reorientation of Sputnik Planitia implies a subsurface ocean on Pluto. Nature 540 94-96. DOI:10.1038/nature20148. [Reprint.pdf]
  11. Tamayo, D., S.R. Markham, M.M. Hedman, J.A. Burns, and D.P. Hamilton 2016. Radial profiles of the Phoebe ring, a vast debris disk around Saturn. Icarus 275, 117-131. [Reprint.pdf]
  12. Tiscareno, M.S., M.R. Showalter, R.G. French, J.A. Burns, J.N. Cuzzi, I. de Pater, D.P. Hamilton, M.M. Hedman, P.D. Nicholson, D. Tamayo, A.J. Verbiscer, S.N. Milam, and J.A. Stansberry 2016. Observing Planetary Rings and Small Satellites with the James Webb Space Telescope: Science Justification and Observation Requirements. PASP 128, 018008. [Reprint.pdf]
  13. VanLandingham, J., M.C. Miller, D.P. Hamilton, and D.C. Richardson 2016. The Role of the Kozai-Lidov Mechanism in Black Hole Binary Mergers in Galactic Centers. Ap. J. 828, 1-13. [Reprint.pdf]
  14. Weaver, H.A. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2016. The small satellites of Pluto as observed by New Horizons. Science 351, DOI: 10.1126/science.aae0030. [Reprint.pdf]

2015

  1. Hamilton, D.P., M.F. Skrutskie, A.J. Verbiscer, and F.J. Masci 2015. Small particles dominate Saturn’s Phoebe ring to surprisingly large distances. Nature 522, 185-187. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Ćuk, M., A.A. Christou, and D.P. Hamilton 2015. Yarkovsky-driven spreading of the Eureka family of Mars Trojans. Icarus 252, 339-346. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Rhoden, A.R., W. Henning, T.A. Hurford, and D.P. Hamilton 2015. The interior and orbital evolution of Charon as preserved in its geologic record. Icarus 246, 11-20. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Showalter, M.R. and D.P. Hamilton 2015. Resonant interactions and chaotic rotation of Pluto's small moons. Nature 522, 45-49. [Reprint.pdf (with cover)]
  5. Soja, R.H., D.P. Hamilton, and N. Altobelli 2015. A New Analysis of Galileo dust data near Jupiter. Planet. Space Sci. 109, 76-91. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Stern, S.A. and the New Horizons Team (including D.P. Hamilton) 2015. The Pluto System: Initial results from its exploration by New Horizons. Science 350, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad1815. [Reprint.pdf (with cover)]

2013

  1. Hedman, M., J.A. Burns, D.P. Hamilton, and M.R. Showalter 2013. Of horseshoes and heliotropes: Dynamics of dust in the Encke Gap. Icarus 223, 252-276. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Tamayo, D., J.A. Burns, D.P. Hamilton, and P.D. Nicholson 2013a. Dynamical instabilities in high-obliquity systems. AJ 145, 54-65. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Tamayo, D., J.A. Burns, and D.P. Hamilton 2013b. Chaotic dust dynamics and implications for the hemispherical color asymmetries of the Uranian satellites. Icarus 226, 655-662. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Zhang, K., D.P. Hamilton, and S. Matsumura 2013. Secular orbital evolution of compact planetary systems. Ap. J. 778, 1-17. [Reprint.pdf]

2012

  1. Ćuk, M., D.P. Hamilton, and M.J. Holman 2012. Long-term stability of horseshoe orbits. MNRAS 426, 3051-3056. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hedman, M., J.A. Burns, D.P. Hamilton, and M.R. Showalter 2012. The three-dimensional structure of Saturn's E ring. Icarus 217, 322-338. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Jontof-Hutter, D. and D.P. Hamilton 2012a. The fate of sub-micron circumplanetary dust grains I: Aligned dipolar magnetic fields. Icarus 218, 420-432. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Jontof-Hutter, D. and D.P. Hamilton 2012b. The fate of sub-micron circumplanetary dust grains II: Multipolar magnetic fields. Icarus 220, 487-502. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. McFadden, L.A., F.A. Bastien, M. Mutchler, C.A. Crow, H. Weir, J.-Y. Li, and D.P. Hamilton 2012. Upper limits on the size of satellites of asteroid (4) Vesta from 2007 Hubble Space Telescope observations. Icarus 220, 305-310. [Reprint.pdf]

2011

  1. Flandes, A., H. Krüger, D.P. Hamilton, J. Francisco Valdes-Galicia, L. Spilker, and R. Caballero 2011. Magnetic field modulated dust streams from Jupiter in interplanetary space. Planet. Space Sci. 59, 1455-1471. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Schenk, P., D.P. Hamilton, R.E. Johnson, W.B. McKinnon, C. Paranicas, J. Schmidt and M.R. Showalter 2011. Plasma, plumes and rings: Saturn system dynamics as recorded in global color patterns on its midsized icy satellites. Icarus 211, 740-757. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Soja, R.H., W.J. Baggaley, P. Brown and D.P. Hamilton, 2011. Dynamical resonant structures in meteoroid streams. MNRAS 414, 1059-1076. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Tamayo, D., J.A. Burns, D.P. Hamilton, and M.M. Hedman 2011. Finding the trigger to Iapetus' odd global albedo pattern: Dynamics of dust from Saturn's irregular satellites. Icarus 215, 260-278. [Reprint.pdf]

2010

  1. Knight, M.M., M.F. A'Hearn, D.A. Biesecker, G. Faury, D.P. Hamilton, P. Lamy and A. Llebaria 2010. Photometric study of the Kreutz comets observed by SOHO from 1996-2005. AJ 139, 926-949. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Krüger, H., V. Dikarev, B. Anweiler, S.F. Dermott, A.L. Graps, E. Grün, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm and R. Srama 2010. Three years of Ulysses dust data: 2005-2007. Planet. Space Sci. 58, 951-964. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Krüger, H., D. Bindschadler, S.F. Dermott, A.L. Graps, E. Grün, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, R. Moissl, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, M. Roy, G. Schwehm and R. Srama 2010. Galileo dust data from the jovian system 2000-2003. Planet. Space Sci. 58, 965-993. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Philpott, C., D.P. Hamilton, and C.B. Agnor 2010. Three-Body Capture of Irregular Satellites: Application to Jupiter. Icarus 208, 824-836. [Reprint.pdf]     [ResearchHighlight.pdf]

2009

  1. Hamilton, D.P. 2009. Secrets that only tides will tell. Nature 460, 1086-1087. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hurford, T.A., B.G. Bills, P. Helfenstein, R. Greenberg, G.V. Hoppa and D.P. Hamilton 2009. Geological implications of a physical libration on Enceladus. Icarus 203, 541-552. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Krüger, H., D.P. Hamilton, R. Moissl and E. Grün 2009. Galileo in-situ dust measurements in Jupiter's gossamer rings. Icarus 203, 198-213. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Pasquato, M., M. Trenti, G. De Marchi, M. Gill, D.P. Hamilton, M.C. Miller, M. Stiavelli and R.P. van der Marel 2009. Mass segregation in NGC 2298: limits on the presence of an intermediate mass black hole. Ap. J. 699, 1511-1517. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Verbiscer, A.J., M.F. Skrutskie and D.P. Hamilton 2009. Saturn's largest ring. Nature 461, 1098-1100. [Reprint.pdf]

2008

  1. Hamilton, D.P. and H. Krüger 2008. The sculpting of Jupiter's gossamer rings by its shadow. Nature 453, 72-75. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Gill, M., M. Trenti, M.C. Miller, R. van der Marel, D.P. Hamilton, and M. Stiavelli 2008. Intermediate Mass Black Hole Induced Quenching of Mass Segregation in Star Clusters. Ap. J. 686, 303-309. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Showalter, M.R., I. de Pater, G. Verbanac, D.P. Hamilton, and J.A. Burns 2008. Properties and dynamics of Jupiter's gossamer rings from Galileo, Voyager, Hubble and Keck images. Icarus 195, 361-377. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Zhang, K., and D.P. Hamilton 2008. Orbital resonances in the inner neptunian system II: Resonant history of Proteus, Larissa, Galatea, and Despina. Icarus 193, 267-282. [Reprint.pdf]

2007

  1. Porco, C.C. and D.P. Hamilton 2007. Planetary Rings. In Encyclopedia of the Solar System, second edition, L.A. McFadden, P.R. Weissman, and T.V. Johnson, Eds., Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 503-518. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Zeehandelaar, D.B., and D.P. Hamilton 2007. A local source for the Pioneer 10 and 11 circumjovian dust detections. In Dust in Planetary Systems, H. Krüger and A. Graps. Eds., ESA Publications SP-643, 103-106. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Zhang, K., and D.P. Hamilton 2007. Orbital resonances in the inner neptunian system I: the 2:1 Proteus-Larissa mean-motion resonance. Icarus 188, 386-399. [Reprint.pdf (with cover)]

2006

  1. Agnor, C.B. and D.P. Hamilton 2006. Neptune's Capture of Triton by Binary-Planet Gravitational Encounter. Nature 441, 192-194. [Reprint.pdf (with cover)]
  2. Gültekin, K., M.C. Miller, and D.P. Hamilton 2006. Three-Body Dynamics with Gravitational Wave Emission. Astrophys. J. 640, 156. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Krüger, H., D. Bindschadler, S.F. Dermott, A.L. Graps, E. Grün, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, R. Moissl, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook 2006. Galileo dust data from the jovian system: 1997-1999. Planet. Space Sci. 54, 879-910. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Krüger, H., N. Altobelli, B. Anweiler, S.F. Dermott, V. Dikarev, A.L. Graps, E. Grün, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, M. Landgraf, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook 2006. Five years of Ulysses dust data: 2000-2004. Planet. Space Sci. 54, 932-956. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Krüger, H.., A.L. Graps, A. Flandes, R.J. Forsyth, D.P. Hamilton, M. Horanyi, and E. Grün 2006. Ulysses jovian latitude scan of electromagnetically interacting dust streams. Planet. Space Sci. 54, 919-931. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Showalter, M.R., D.P. Hamilton, and P.D. Nicholson 2006. A deep search for martian dust rings and inner moons using the Hubble Space Telescope. Planet. Space Sci. 54, 844-854. [Reprint.pdf]

2005

  1. Hamilton, D.P., 2005. Journal Club - Saturn's Spokes. Nature 436, 893. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P., 2005. Astrophysics: Fingerprints in Saturn's F ring. Nature Physics 1, 87-88. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Durda, D.D. and D.P. Hamilton 2005. Vagabond Moons. Astronomy, May 2005 issue, 46-51. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Miller, M.C., Freitag, M., Hamilton, D.P., and Lauburg, V.M. 2005. Binary Encounters with Supermassive Black Holes: Zero-Eccentricity LISA Events. Astrophys. J. 631, L117-L120. [Reprint.pdf]

2004

  1. Hamilton, D.P. 2004. Systematic Survey of the Spheres. Nature 427, 585-586. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P., and W.R. Ward 2004. Tilting Saturn II. Numerical Model. AJ 128, 2510-2517. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Gültekin, K., M.C. Miller, and D.P. Hamilton 2004. Growth of Intermediate-Mass Black Holes in Globular Clusters. Astrophys. J. 616, 221-230. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Schultz, A.B., W. Kinzel, M. Kochte, I.J.E. Jordan, F. Hamilton, A. Storrs, H.M Hart, D. Bennum, J. Rassuchine, M. Rodrigue, D.P. Hamilton, W.F. Welsh, and D.C. Taylor HST/FGS photometry of planetary transits of HD 209458. In The Search for other Worlds, AIP Conference Proceedings 713, 161-164. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Ward, W.R., and D.P. Hamilton 2004. Tilting Saturn I. Analytic Model. AJ 128, 2501-2509. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Welsh, W.F., A.B. Schultz, W. Kinzel, M. Kochte, I. Jordan, F. Hamilton, F. Bruhweiler, H. Hart, D.P. Hamilton, G. Henry, C. Miskey, M. Rodrigue, D. Bennum, J. Rassuchine, A. Storrs, S. Vogt, J.A. Orosz and R. Wittenmyer 2004. HST/FGS High-Speed Photometric Observations of Transits of HD 209458b. In Bioastonomy 2002: Life Among the Stars, Proceedings of IAU Symposium #213, (R. Norris and F. Stootman, Eds.), 89-92. [Reprint.pdf]

2003

  1. Hamilton, D.P. 2003. Jupiter's Moonopoly. Nature 423, 235-236. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Burns, J.A., D.P. Simonelli, M.R. Showalter, D.P. Hamilton, L.W. Esposito, C.C. Porco, and H. Throop 2003. Jupiter's Ring-Moon System. In Jupiter, the Planet, Satellites, and Magnetosphere, (F. Bagenal, T. Dowling, and W.B. McKinnon, Eds.), Cambridge Planetary Science Series, 241-262. [Preprint.pdf]
  3. Gültekin, K., M.C. Miller, and D.P. Hamilton 2003. Three-Body Encounters of Black Holes in Globular Clusters. In The Astrophysics of Gravitational Wave Sources, AIP Conferences Proceedings 686, 135-140. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Schultz, A.B., M. Kochte, W. Kinzel, I. Jordan, G. Henry, S. Vogt, F. Bruhweiler, A. Storrs, H.M Hart, D. Bennum, J. Rassuchine, M. Rodrigue, D.P. Hamilton, W.F. Welsh, R. Wittenmyer, and D.C. Taylor Monitoring the Planetary Transits of HD 209458b. In Scientific Frontiers on Extrasolar Planets, ASP Conference Series 294, 479-482. [Reprint.pdf]

2002

  1. Burns, J.A., D.P. Hamilton, and M.R. Showalter 2002. Bejeweled Worlds. Scientific American, February 2002 issue, 66-73. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Gordon, M.K., S. Araki, G.J. Black, A.S. Bosh, A. Brahic, S.M. Brooks., S. Charnoz, J.E. Colwell, J.N. Cuzzi, L. Dones, R.H. Durisen, L.W. Esposito, C. Ferrari, M. Festou, R.G. French, S.M. Giuliatti-Winter, A.L. Graps, D.P. Hamilton, M. Horanyi, R.M. Karjalainen, A.V. Krivov, H. Krüger, S.M. Larson, H.F. Levison, M.C. Lewis, J.J. Lissauer, C.D. Murray, F. Namouni, P.D. Nicholson, C.B. Olkin, F. Poulet, N.J. Rappaport, H.J. Salo, J. Schmidt, M.R. Showalter, F. Spahn, L.J. Spilker, R. Srama, G.R. Stewart, and P. Yanamandra-Fisher 2002. Planetary Rings. In ASP Conference Series 272, 263-282. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Grün, E., P.G. Brown, A.L. Graps, J.M. Hahn, D.P. Hamilton, W.M. Harris, M. Horanyi, D.L. Huestis, A. Krivov, M.J. Kuchner, A.C. Levasseur-Regourd, D.J. Lien., J.-C. Liou, C.M. Lisse, D.D. Meisel, W.T. Reach, M.L. Sitko, T.P. Snow, R. Srama, J.A. Stansberry, M.V. Sykes, H. Yano, M.E. Zolensky 2002. Dust Astronomy: New Venues in Interplanetary and Interstellar Dust Research. In ASP Conference Series 272, 283-296. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Krivov, A.V., H. Krüger, E. Grün, K. Thiessenhusen, and D.P. Hamilton 2002. A tenuous dust ring of Jupiter formed by escaping ejecta from the Galilean satellites. J. Geophys. Res. 107, 1029-1041. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Miller, M.C. and D.P. Hamilton 2002. Production of intermediate-mass black holes in globular clusters. MNRAS 330, 232-240. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Miller, M.C. and D.P. Hamilton 2002. Four-body effects in globular cluster black hole coalescence. Ap. J. Let. 576, 894-898. [Reprint.pdf]

2001

  1. Burns, J.A., D.P. Hamilton, and M.S. Showalter 2001. Dusty rings and circumplanetary dust. In Interplanetary Dust, (E. Grün, B.A.S. Gustafson, S.F. Dermott and H. Fechtig, Eds.), {Springer Verlag}, Berlin, pp. 641-725. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P. Saturn: Saturated with satellites. Nature 412, 132-133. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Krüger, H., E. Grün, A. Graps, D. Bindschadler, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook. One year of Galileo dust data from the Jovian system: 1996. Planet. Space Sci. 49, 1285-1302. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Krüger, H., E. Grün, M. Landgraf, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook. Four years of Ulysses dust data: 1996-1999. Planet. Space Sci. 49, 1303-1324. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Miller, M.C., and D.P. Hamilton. Implications of the PSR 1257+12 planetary system for isolated millisecond pulsars. Ap. J. 550, 863-870. [Reprint.pdf]

2000

  1. Fleming, H.J., and D.P. Hamilton. On the origin of the Trojan asteroids: Effects of Jupiter's mass accretion and radial migration. Icarus 148, 479-493. [Reprint.pdf]

1999

  1. Burns, J.A., M.R. Showalter, D.P. Hamilton, P.D. Nicholson, I. de Pater, and P.C. Thomas. The Formation of Jupiter's Faint Rings. Science 284, 1146-1150. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. de Pater, I., M.R. Showalter, J.A. Burns, P.D. Nicholson, M. Liu, D.P. Hamilton, and J.R. Graham. Keck infrared observations of Jupiter's ring system near Earth's 1997 ring plane crossing. Icarus 138, 214-223. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Krüger, H., A. Krivov, D.P. Hamilton, and E. Grün. Discovery of an impact-generated dust cloud around Ganymede. Nature 399, 558-560. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Krüger, H., E. Grün, D.P. Hamilton, M. Baguhl, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, M.S. Hanner, A. Heck, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, R. Riemann, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook. Three years of Galileo dust data: II. 1993 to 1995. Planet. Space Sci. 47, 85-106. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Krüger, H., E. Grün, M. Landgraf, M. Baguhl, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama, and H.A. Zook. Three years of Ulysses dust data: II. 1993 to 1995. Planet. Space Sci. 47, 363-383. [Reprint.pdf]

1998

  1. Hamilton, D.P. Circular Problems. Nature, 396, 413. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Grün, E., H. Krüger, A.L. Graps, D.P. Hamilton, A. Heck, G. Linkert, H.A. Zook, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm and R. Srama. Galileo observes electromagnetically coupled dust in the jovian magnetosphere. JGR 103, 20,011-20,022. [Reprint.pdf]

1997

  1. Hamilton, D.P and A.V. Krivov. Dynamics of distant moons of asteroids. Icarus 128, 241-249. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Grün, E., P. Staubach, M. Baguhl, D.P. Hamilton, H.A. Zook, S.F. Dermott, B.A. Gustafson, H. Fechtig, J. Kissel, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, R. Srama, M.S. Hanner, C. Polanskey, M. Horanyi, B.-A. Lindblad, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill and G. Schwehm. South-north and radial traverses through the zodiacal cloud. Icarus 129, 270-288. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Grün, E., H. Krüger, S. Dermott, H. Fechtig, A.L. Graps, H.A. Zook, B.A. Gustafson, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, A. Heck, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, B.A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm and R. Srama. Dust measurements in the jovian magnetosphere. Geophys. Res. Let. 24, 2171-2174. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Krivov, A.V. and D.P. Hamilton. Martian Dust belts: waiting for discovery. Icarus 128, 335-353. [Reprint.pdf]

1996

  1. Hamilton, D.P. The asymmetric time-variable rings of Mars. Icarus 119, 153-172. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P and A.V. Krivov. Circumplanetary dust dynamics: Effects of solar gravity, radiation pressure, planetary oblateness, and electromagnetism. Icarus 123, 503-523. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Hamilton, D.P., E. Grün and M. Baguhl. Electromagnetic escape of dust from the solar system. In Physics, Chemistry, and Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust, (B.A.S. Gustafson and M.S. Hanner, Eds.), 31-34. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Burns, J.A., D.P. Hamilton, F. Mignard and S. Soter. The contamination of Iapetus by Phoebe dust. In Physics, Chemistry, and Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust, (B.A.S. Gustafson and M.S. Hanner, Eds.), 179-182. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Grogan, K., S.F. Dermott, B.A.S. Gustafson, S. Jayaraman, Y.L. Xu and D.P. Hamilton. Search for the signature of interstellar dust in the COBE data. In Physics, Chemistry, and Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust, (B.A.S. Gustafson and M.S. Hanner, Eds.), 325-328. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Grün, E., M. Baguhl, D.P. Hamilton, R. Riemann, H.A. Zook, S.F. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, M.S. Hanner, M. Horanyi, K.K. Khurana, J. Kissel, M. Kivelson B.-A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm and R. Srama. Constraints from Galileo observations on the origin of jovian dust streams. Nature 381, 395-398. [Reprint.pdf]
  7. Grün, E., D.P. Hamilton, R. Riemann, S.F. Dermott, H. Fechtig, B.A. Gustafson, M.S. Hanner, A. Heck, M. Horanyi, J. Kissel, H. Krüger, B.-A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, G. Schwehm, R. Srama and H.A. Zook. Dust measurements during Galileo's approach to Jupiter and Io encounter. Science 274, 399-401. [Reprint.pdf]
  8. Zook, H.A., E. Grün, M. Baguhl, D.P. Hamilton, G. Linkert, J.-C. Liou, R. Forsyth and J.L. Phillips. Jovian dust bursts. In Physics, Chemistry, and Dynamics of Interplanetary Dust, (B.A.S. Gustafson and M.S. Hanner, Eds.), 23-25. [Reprint.pdf]
  9. Zook, H.A., E. Grün, M. Baguhl, D.P. Hamilton, G. Linkert, J.-C. Liou, R. Forsyth and J.L. Phillips. Solar magnetic field bending of jovian dust trajectories. Science 274, 1501-1503. [Reprint.pdf]

1995

  1. Hamilton, D.P., T.M. Herbst, A. Richichi, H. Böhnhardt and J.L. Ortiz. Calar Alto observations of Shoemaker-Levy 9: Characteristics of the H and L impacts. Geophys. Res. Let. 22, #17, 2417-2420. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Babion, J., H. Böhnhardt, F. Murtagh, J.L Starck, U. Thiele, K. Birkle, T.M. Herbst, D.P. Hamilton and J.L. Ortiz. Comparison of two deconvolution methods for the structure analysis of the impact areas on Jupiter. In Proceedings of the European SL-9 Workshop, R. West and H. Böhnhardt, Eds., 357-362. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Baguhl, M., E. Grün, D.P. Hamilton, G. Linkert, R. Riemann, P. Staubach and H. Zook. The flux of interstellar dust observed by Ulysses and Galileo. Spa. Sci. Rev 72, 471-476. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Baguhl, M., D.P. Hamilton, E. Grün, S.F. Dermott, H. Fechtig, M.S. Hanner, J. Kissel, B.-A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, R. Riemann, G. Schwehm, P. Staubach and H.A. Zook. Dust measurements at high ecliptic latitudes. Science 268, 1016-1019. [Reprint.pdf]
  5. Grün, E., M. Baguhl, D.P. Hamilton, J. Kissel, D. Linkert, G. Linkert and R. Riemann. Reduction of Galileo and Ulysses dust data. Planet. Space Sci. 43, #8, 941-951. [Reprint.pdf]
  6. Grün, E., M. Baguhl, N. Divine, H. Fechtig, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, J. Kissel, B.-A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, R. Riemann, G. Schwehm, N. Siddique, P. Staubach and H.A. Zook. Two years of Ulysses dust data. Planet. Space Sci. 43, #8, 953-969. [Reprint.pdf]
  7. Grün, E., M. Baguhl, N. Divine, H. Fechtig, D.P. Hamilton, M.S. Hanner, J. Kissel, B.-A. Lindblad, D. Linkert, G. Linkert, I. Mann, J.A.M. McDonnell, G.E. Morfill, C. Polanskey, R. Riemann, G. Schwehm, N. Siddique, P. Staubach and H.A. Zook. Three years of Galileo dust data. Planet. Space Sci. 43, #8, 971-999. [Reprint.pdf]
  8. Herbst, T.M., D.P. Hamilton, H. Böhnhardt and J.L. Ortiz. Near infrared imaging and spectroscopy of the SL-9 impacts from Calar Alto. Geophys. Res. Let. 22, #17, 2413-2416. [Reprint.pdf]
  9. Herbst, T.M., D.P. Hamilton, H. Böhnhardt and J.L. Ortiz. SL-9 Impact imaging, spectroscopy and long-term monitoring from the Calar Alto Observatory. In Proceedings of the European SL-9 Workshop, R. West and H. Böhnhardt, Eds., 119-122. [Reprint.pdf]
  10. Moreno, F., A. Molina, O. Munoz, J.L. Ortiz, J.J. Lopez-Moreno, S.M. Larson, H. Campins, T.M. Herbst, K. Birkle, H. Böhnhardt and D.P. Hamilton. Visible and near-infrared observations of the aerosol debris from the collision of SL-9 with Jupiter: A review from La Palma and Calar Alto imaging and spectroscopy. In Proceedings of the European SL-9 Workshop, R. West and H. Böhnhardt, Eds., 311-316. [Reprint.pdf]
  11. Ortiz, J.L., O. Munoz, F. Moreno, A. Molina, T.M. Herbst, H. Böhnhardt and D.P. Hamilton. Models of the SL9 collision-generated hazes. Geophys. Res. Let. 22, #12, 1605-1608. [Reprint.pdf]
  12. Zhao, G., H. Böhnhardt, T.M. Herbst, K. Birkle, U. Thiele, D.P. Hamilton and J.L. Ortiz. Near-IR lightcurves of the impacts of SL9 fragments E,S,T and U. In Proceedings of the European SL-9 Workshop, R. West and H. Böhnhardt, Eds., 159-164. [Reprint.pdf]

1994

  1. Hamilton, D.P. Orbital dynamics and the structure of faint dusty rings. Doctoral Dissertation, Cornell University. [Abstract] [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P. A comparison of Lorentz, planetary gravitational, and satellite gravitational resonances. Icarus 109, 221-240. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. The origin of Saturn's E ring: Self-sustained, naturally. Science 264, 550-553. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Grün, E., D.P. Hamilton, M. Baguhl, R. Riemann, M. Horanyi and C. Polanskey. Dust streams from comet Shoemaker-Levy 9? Geophys. Res. Let. 21, #11, 1035-1038. [Reprint.pdf]

1993

  1. Hamilton, D.P. Motion of dust in a planetary magnetosphere: Orbit-averaged equations for oblateness, electromagnetic, and radiation forces with application to Saturn's E ring. Icarus 101, 244-264. Erratum: Icarus 103, 161. [Reprint.pdf] [Erratum.pdf]
  2. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. Ejection of dust from Jupiter's gossamer ring. Nature 364, 695-699. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. OH in Saturn's rings. Nature 365, 498. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. Lorentz and gravitational resonances on circumplanetary particles. Adv. Space Res. 13, #10, 241-248. [Reprint.pdf]

1992

  1. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. Orbital stability zones about asteroids II. The destabilizing effects of eccentric orbits and of solar radiation. Icarus 96, 43-64. [Reprint.pdf]
  2. Burns, J.A. and D.P. Hamilton. Debris about asteroids: Where and how much? In Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1991, (A.W. Harris and E. Bowell Eds.), pp. 101-108. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas. [Reprint.pdf]
  3. Horanyi, M., J.A. Burns and D.P. Hamilton. The dynamics of Saturn's E-ring particles. Icarus 97, 248-259. [Reprint.pdf]
  4. Nicholson, P.D., D.P. Hamilton, K. Matthews and C.F. Yoder. New observations of Saturn's co-orbital satellites. Icarus 100, 464-484. [Reprint.pdf]

1991

  1. Hamilton, D.P. and J.A. Burns. Orbital stability zones about asteroids. Icarus 92, 118-131. [Reprint.pdf]

1989

  1. Burns, J.A., R.A. Kolvoord and D.P. Hamilton. An assessment of potential hazards to the Cassini spacecraft from debris along satellite orbits. In Cassini Mission Proposal Information Package (JPL PD 699-11) 13, 6-1 to 6-23. [Preprint.pdf]

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