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Naoyuki HIRATA

 Assistant Professor
 Department of Planetology
 Graduate School of Science
 Faculty of Science




Research Interests:

 My research focuses on the geology of the icy satellites. I am interested in combining image data obtained by spacecraft and theoretical works such as laboratory experiment and numerical numerical simulation.


Recent Publications: 

  • Naoyuki Hirata (2017). Spatial distribution of impact craters on Deimos Icarus , Volume 288, Pages 69?77.
  • Naoyuki Hirata (2016). Timing of the faulting on the Wispy Terrain of Dione based on stratigraphic relationships with impact craters Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , Volume 121, Pages 2325?2334.
  • Naoyuki Hirata (2016). Differential impact cratering of Saturn's satellites by heliocentric impactors Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , Volume 121, Issue 2, Pages 111?117.
  • Naoyuki Hirata, Hideaki Miyamoto (2016). Rayed craters on Dione: Implication for the dominant surface alteration process Icarus , Volume 274, Pages 116?121.
  • Naoyuki Hirata, Hideaki Miyamoto, Adam Showman (2014) Particle deposition on the saturnian satellites from ephemeral cryovolcanism on Enceladus. Geophysical Research Letters , Volume 41, Issue 12, Pages 4135?4141.
  • Naoyuki Hirata, Hideaki Miyamoto (2012). Dust levitation as a major resurfacing process on the surface of a saturnian icy satellite, Atlas. Icarus , Volume 220, Issue 1, Pages 106?113.


  • Academic Associations: 

Department of Planetology, Graduate School of Science, Kobe University

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