Kimmo Albin Innanen

1966-2002 Physics and Astronomy York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
celestial mechanics, galactic dynamics
"Kimmo Albin Innanen"

(1937 - 2011)


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Maarten Schmidt grad student 1964 University of Toronto (Physics Tree)
Sidney van den Bergh grad student 1964 University of Toronto
 (Models of the distribution of mass in the galactic system.)


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Mauri Valtonen post-doc 1976- York University (Physics Tree)
Ramon Brasser post-doc 2003-2004 York University (Physics Tree)
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Innanen KA. (2007) Can a globular cluster formed in the galactic disk be raised into the halo Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy. 99: 161-168
Innanen K. (2006) Solving Laplace's Lunar Puzzle Science. 313: 622-623
Mikkola S, Innanen K, Wiegert P, et al. (2006) Stability limits for the quasi-satellite orbit Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 369: 15-24
Connors M, Veillet C, Brasser R, et al. (2004) Discovery of Earth's quasi-satellite Meteoritics & Planetary Science. 39: 1251-1255
Mikkola S, Brasser R, Wiegert P, et al. (2004) Asteroid 2002 VE68, a quasi-satellite of Venus Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 351
Brasser R, Mikkola S, Huang T-, et al. (2004) Long-term evolution of the Neptune Trojan 2001 QR322 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 347: 833-836
Brasser R, Innanen KA, Connors M, et al. (2004) Transient co-orbital asteroids Icarus. 171: 102-109
Wiegert P, Innanen K, Huang T, et al. (2003) The Effect of Neptune's Accretion on Pluto and the Plutinos The Astronomical Journal. 126: 1575-1587
Connors M, Chodas P, Mikkola S, et al. (2002) Discovery of an asteroid and quasi‐satellite in an Earth‐like horseshoe orbit Meteoritics & Planetary Science. 37: 1435-1441
Mikkola S, Innanen K. (2002) Individual Accuracy Checks for Massive Bodies and Particles in Symplectic Integration The Astronomical Journal. 124: 3445-3448
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