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Stopar J.D., Robinson M.S., Barnouinc O. S., McEwend A.S., Speyerera E.J., Henriksena Megan R., and Suttond S.S. (2017) Relative depths of simple craters and the nature of the lunar regolith. Icarus, doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2017.05.022.  LPI contrib number 2032.

Stopar J.D., Jolliff B.L., Speyerer E.J., Asphauga E.I., Robinson M.S. (2017) Potential impact-induced water-solid reactions on the Moon. Elsevier, doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pss.2017.05.010.

Hinson D.P., Linscott I.R.,  Young L.A., Tyler G.L., Stern S.A., Beyer R.A., Bird M.K., Ennico K., Gladstone G.R., Olkin C.B., Pätzold M., Schenk P.M., Strobel D.F., Summers M.E., Weaver H.A., Woods W.W., the New Horizons ATM Theme Team, and the New Horizons Science Team (2017) Radio occultation measurements of Pluto’s neutral atmosphere with New Horizons. Elsevier, 290, 96-111.

Tajeddine R., Soderlund K.M., Thomas P.C., Helfenstein P., Hedman M.M., Burns J.A.,and Schenk P.M. (2017) True Polar Wander of Enceladus From Topographic Data. Icarus.

Jansen J.C., Andrews-Hanna J.C., Li Y., Lucey P.G., Taylor G.J., Goossens S., Lemoine F.G., Mazarico E., Head J.W., Milbury C., Kiefer W.S., Soderblom  J.M., and Zuber M.T. (2017) Small-scale density variations in the lunar crust revealed by GRAIL. Icarus, 291, 107-123.

Scipioni F., Schenk P., Tosi F., D'Aversa E., Clark R., Combe J.-Ph., and Dalle Ore C.M. (2017) Deciphering sub-micron ice particles on Enceladus surface. Icarus, 290, 183-200.

Costard F., Séjourné A., Kelfoun K., Clifford S., Lavigne F., Di Pietro I. and Bouley S. (2017) Modeling tsunami propagation and the emplacement of thumbprint terrain in an early Mars ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 2169-9100. DOI: 10.1002/2016JE005230.

Spudis P.D. and Sliz M.U. (2017) Impact melt of the lunar Crisium multiring basin. Geophys. Res. Lett. 44, doi:10.1002/2016GL071429.

Frank E.A., Potter R.W.K, Abramov O., Peter J., Klima R.L., Mojzsis S.J., and Nittler L.R. (2017) Evaluating an impact origin for Mercury's high-magnesium region. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 2169-9100, DOI: 10.1002/2016JE005244

Spudis P.D. (2017) Moon: The next destination in space. Space News 28, 03, 02.13.17, 29-30.

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