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Sutton, PJ., 2019. Mean Motion Resonances With Nearby Moons: An Unlikely Origin For The Gaps Observed In The Ring Around The Exoplanet J1407b. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 486(2), pp.1681–1689.
Sutton, P.J., 2018. On the tidal environment of an outwardly migrating F ring. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 478(1), pp.416-424.
Gillman, M.P., Erenler, H.E. and Sutton, P.J., 2018. Mapping the location of terrestrial impacts and extinctions onto the spiral arm structure of the Milky Way. International Journal of Astrobiology, pp.1-6.
Sutton, P.J. and Kusmartsev, F.V., 2016. Prometheus induced vorticity in Saturn’s F ring. Earth, Moon, and Planets, 118(2-3), pp.117-131.
Sutton, P.J. and Kusmartsev, F.V., 2014. A detailed numerical analysis of asymmetrical density distribution in Saturn’s F ring during an encounter with Prometheus. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 439(2), pp.1313-1325.
Sutton, P.J. and Kusmartsev, F.V., 2013. Gravitational vortices and clump formation in Saturn’s F ring during an encounter with Prometheus. Scientific reports, 3, p.1276.
Phil J Sutton, FV Kusmartsev: On the F Ring System of Saturn and its Importance to Planetesimal Formation in the Young Solar System. 1st COSPAR symposium “Planetary Systems of our Sun and other Stars, and the Future of Space Astronomy.”; 11/2013
Phil J. Sutton, Feo V. Kusmartsev: How Prometheus Creates Moonlets In Saturn’s F Ring. SET For Britain, London, Parliament; 03/2013
Phil J Sutton, Feo Kusmartsev: Clump Formation In Saturn’s F ring During An Encounter With Prometheus. UK-Germany National Astronomy Meeting NAM2012, Manchester; 03/2012