||Professor Genda published a paper in GRL as a co-author. We conducted a shock recovery experiment on a terrestrial basalt. We found that localized melting occurs at a lower pressure (~10 GPa) than previously thought (>20 GPa). We discussed the impact processes on Vesta.|
Ono, H., Kurosawa, K., Niihara, T., Mikouchi, T., Tomioka, N., Isa, J., Kagi, H., Matsuzaki, T., Sakuma, H., Genda, H., Sakaiya, T., Kondo, T., Kayama, M., Koike, M., Sano, Y., Murayama, M., Satake, M., and Matsui T. (2022) Experimentally shock-induced melt veins in basalt: Improving the shock classification of eucrites. Geophysical Research Letters, accepted / astro-ph
||New graduate student, Jared Landry, just joined Genda lab via Earth-Life Science Course.
||Professor Genda published a paper in Science as a co-author. He is a core member of "Hayabusa2 Stone Analysis Team". His contribution was to coordinate all simulation parts about origin and evolution of Ryugu parent body. For details, please visit JAXA's press release.|
Nakamura, T., ..., Genda, H. (7th/221), et al. (2022) Formation and evolution of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu: Direct evidence from returned samples. Science 10.1126/science.abn8671 / Science_HP
||Professor Genda published a paper in JGR Planets as a co-author. Material strength enhances the heating during impacts. Here, we investigated the effects for various impact velocities and angles.|
Wakita, S., Genda, H., Kurosawa, K., Davison, T. M., and Johnson, B. C. (2022) Effect of impact velocity and angle on deformational heating and post-impact temperature. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, accepted / astro-ph