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Benz, W.; Anic, A.; Horner, J. and Whitby, J. A. (2007). The Origin of Mercury. Space Science Reviews, 132(2-4) pp. 189–202.

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Horner, J.; Jones, B. W. and Chambers, J. (2010). Jupiter – friend or foe? III: the Oort cloud comets. International Journal of Astrobiology, 9(1) pp. 1–10.

Horner, J. and Lykawka, P. S. (2010). 2001 QR322: a dynamically unstable Neptune Trojan? Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 405(1) pp. 49–56.

Horner, J. and Jones, B. W. (2009). Jupiter – friend or foe? II: the Centaurs. International Journal of Astrobiology, 8(2) pp. 75–80.

Horner, J. and Jones, B. W. (2008). Jupiter – friend or foe? I: the asteroids. International Journal of Astrobiology, 7(3-4) pp. 251–261.

Horner, J.; Mousis, O.; Alibert, Y.; Lunine, J. and Blanc, M. (2008). Constraints from deuterium on the formation of icy bodies in the Jovian system and beyond. Planetary And Space Science, 56(12) pp. 1585–1595.

Horner, Jonti and Jones, Barrie W. (2008). Jupiter: friend or foe? Astronomy & Geophysics, 49(1) 1.22-1.27.

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Krauss, O.; Wurm, G.; Mousis, O.; Petit, J.-M.; Horner, J. and Alibert, Y. (2007). The photophoretic sweeping of dust in transient protoplanetary disks. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 462(3) pp. 977–987.

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Lykawka, P. S. and Horner, J. (2010). The capture of Trojan asteroids by the giant planets during planetary migration. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 405(2) pp. 1375–1383.

Lykawka, P. S.; Horner, J.; Jones, B. W. and Mukai, T. (2009). Origin and dynamical evolution of Neptune Trojans - I. Formation and planetary migration. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 398(4) pp. 1715–1729.

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Mousis, Olivier; Lunine, Jonathan I.; Petit, Jean-Marc; Picaud, Sylvain; Schmitt, Bernard; Marquer, Didier; Horner, Jonathan and Thomas, Caroline (2010). Impact regimes and post-formation sequestration processes: implications for the origin of heavy noble gases in terrestrial planets. The Astrophysical Journal, 714(2) pp. 1418–1423.

Müller, Thomas G.; Lellouch, Emmanuel; Böhnhardt, Hermann; Stansberry, John; Barucci, Antonella; Crovisier, Jacques; Delsanti, Audrey; Doressoundiram, Alain; Dotto, Elisabetta; Duffard, René; Fornasier, Sonia; Groussin, Olivier; Gutiérrez, Pedro J.; Hainaut, Olivier; Harris, Alan W.; Hartogh, Paul; Hestroffer, Daniel; Horner, Jonathan; Jewitt, Dave; Kidger, Mark; Kiss, Csaba; Lacerda, Pedro; Lara, Luisa; Lim, Tanya; Mueller, Michael; Moreno, Raphael; Ortiz, Jose-Luis; Rengel, Miriam; Santos-Sanz, Pablo; Swinyard, Bruce; Thomas, Nicolas; Thirouin, Audrey and Trilling, David (2009). TNOs are cool: a survey of the transneptunian region. Earth, Moon, and Planets, 105(2-4) pp. 209–219.

Mousis, O.; Alibert, Y.; Hestroffer, D.; Marboeuf, U.; Dumas, C.; Carry, B.; Horner, J. and Selsis, F. (2008). Origin of volatiles in the main belt. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 383(3) pp. 1269–1280.

Mousis, O.; Petit, J.-M.; Wurm, G.; Krauss, O.; Alibert, Y. and Horner, J. (2007). Photophoresis as a source of hot minerals in comets. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 466(2) L9-L12.


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