In a tweet stream from the #LPSC2016 conference (47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (#lpsc2016)) , Parvathy Prem uses Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMCto figure out how meteorite deposits on a planet with no atmosphere such as the Moon. Here are some of her papers:Parvathy Prem- Comet impacts create transient lunar atmo, and enhanced volatile deposition at antipode #LPSC2016 pic.twitter.com/NeVhoIp8oZ— James Tuttle Keane (@jtuttlekeane) 19 mars 2016

- Prem, P., Artemieva, N.A., Goldstein, D.B., Varghese, P.L. and Trafton, L.M., “Transport of water in a transient impact-generated lunar atmosphere“.
*Icarus*255 p. 148–158, 2015. [Paper] - Prem, P., Artemieva, N.A., Goldstein, D.B., Varghese, P.L. and Trafton, L.M., “The influence of surface roughness on volatile transport on the Moon“, talk at 47th DPS Annual Meeting, November, 2015. [Slides]
- Prem, P., Artemieva, N.A., Goldstein, D.B., Varghese, P.L. and Trafton, L.M., “The transformation of the lunar exosphere by a comet impact“, poster at 47th AGU Fall Meeting, December, 2014. [Poster]

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