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Contribution of several MMRs populations to the production of JFCs
Number of cometary nuclei required to sustain a population of JFCs in steady state.
Diffusion map around the small moon Aegaeon (Saturn LIII).
Munoz Gutierrez, Marco Antonio
Postdoc Fellow
photo of Munoz Gutierrez, Marco Antonio
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Education and Positions

  • ASIAA Postdoc Fellow (2017~present)
  • UNESP Postdoc Fellow (2016~2017)
  • Ph.D. in Astrophysics @ UNAM (2016)

Research Interests

Solar system dynamics; debris disks; planetary rings dynamics; comets.

Recent Journal Papers

My Publications from ADS

  1. Gaslac Gallardo D. M.*, Giuliatti Winter S. M., Madeira G., (Muñoz-Gutiérrez M. A.), "Analysing the region of the rings and small satellites of Neptune" , Astrophysics and Space Science: 365(1), 2020-01 [SCI] (Fulltext)
  2. (Muñoz-Gutiérrez M. A.)*, Peimbert A., Pichardo B., Lehner M. J., Wang S-Y., "The Contribution of Dwarf Planets to the Origin of Jupiter Family Comets" , ASTRONOMICAL JOURNAL: 158(5) 184, 2019 [SCI] (Fulltext)
  3. Muñoz-Gutiérrez M. A., Peimbert A., Pichardo B., "The Contribution of Dwarf Planets to the Origin of Low-inclination Comets by the Replenishment of Mean Motion Resonances in Debris Disks" , The Astronomical Journal: 156(3), 108, 2018 [SCI] (Fulltext)
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