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Prof. Dr. Alexander Bazilevskiy

Sasha Bazilevsky

Visiting Scientist

Malteserstr. 74-100, building D
Room D-234
12249 Berlin

Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry

Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

HRSC Co-Investigator

Curriculum Vitae

Small craters in the southpole area of the Moon and on Earth

Luna Glob / Resource missions (Russian missions to the Moon, to be launched in 2021-2025): Selection and characterization of landing sites, preparation of the in-situ study program

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1. Florensky K.P., Basilevsky A.T., Gurshtein A.A., Zasetsky V.V., Zezin R.B., Pronin A.A., Popova Z.V.  Geomorphologic analysis of the area of Mare Imbrium explored by the automatic roving vehicle Lunokhod 1. Space Research XII-Academie-Verlag, Berlin, 1972, 107-121.

2. Florenski C.P., Basilevski A.T., Kuzmin R.O., Chernaya I.M.  Geomorphologic analysis of some Martian surface images from the Mars 4 and 5 automatic stations. Icarus, v. 26, 1975, 219-229.

3. Basilevsky A.T.  On the evolution rate of small lunar craters. Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 7th, Pergamon Press, 1976, 1005-1020.

4. Florensky C.P., Ronca L.D., Basilevsky A.T.  Geomorphic degradations on the surface of Venus: An analysis of Venera 9 and Venera 10 data. Science, v. 196, N 4292, 1977, 869-871.

5. Florensky C.P., Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov A.V., Pronin A.A., Rode O.D.  Luna 24: Geological setting of landing site and characteristics of sample core (preliminary data)  Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 8th, v. 3, Pergamon Press, 1977, 3257-3280.

6. Ivanov B.A., Okulessky B.A., Basilevsky A.T.  Shock wave, a possible source of magnetic fields? Impact and Explosion Cratering. Pergamon Press, 1977, 861-867.

7. Vanyan L.L., Vnuchkova T.A., Egorov I.V., Basilevsky A.T., Eroshenko E.G., Fainberg E.B., Dyal P., Daily W.D.  Electrical conductivity anomaly beneath Mare Serenitatis detected by Lunokhod 2 and Apollo 16 magnetometers. The Moon and the Planets, 21, 1979, 185-192.

8. Surkov Yu.A., Moskaleva L.P., Basilevsky A.T., Kharyukova V.P., Manvelyan O.S.  Geochemical interpretation of the results of measuring gamma-radiation of Mars. In: Proc.11th Lunar Planet Sci.Conf. N 9, Pergamon Press, 1980, 669-676.

9. Ronca L.B., Basilevsky A.T., Kryuchkov V.P., Ivanov B.A.  Lunar craters evolution and meteoroidal flux in pre-mare and post-mare times. The Moon and the Planets, 24, 1981, 209-229.

10. Basilevsky A.T., Bobina N.N., Shashkina V.P., Shkuratov Yu.G., Kornienko Yu.V., Usikov A.Ya., Stankevich D.G.  On geological processes on Venus: Analysis of the relationship between altitude and degree of surface roughness. The Moon and the Planets, v. 27, 1982, 63-89.

11. Florensky C.P., Basilevsky A.T., Kryuchkov V.P., Kuzmin R.O., Nikolaeva O.V., Pronin A.A., Chernaya I.M., Tyuflin Yu.S., Selivanov A.S., Naraeva M.K., Ronca L.B.  Venera 13 and Venera 14: Sedimentary rocks on Venus?  Science, v. 221, N 4605, 1983, 57-59.

12. Basilevsky A.T., Kuzmin R.O., Nikolaeva O.V., Pronin A.A., Ronca L.B., Avduevsky V.S., Uspensky G.R., Cheremukhina Z.P., Semenchenko V.V., Ladygin V.M.  The surface of Venus as revealed by the Venera landings: Part II. Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., v. 96, 1985, 137-144.

13. Alexandrov Yu.N., Crymov A.A., Kotelnikov V.A., Petrov G.M., Rzhiga O.N., Sidorenko A.I., Sinilo V.P., Zakharov A.I., Akim E.L., Basilevsky A.T., Kadnichansky S.A., Tyuflin Yu.S.  Venus: Detailed mapping of Maxwell Montes region.  Science, v. 231, 1986, 1271-1273.

14. Barsukov V.L., Basilevsky A.T. and  28 other coauthors. The geology and geomorphology of the Venus surface as revealed by the radar images obtained by Venera 15 and 16. Proc. Lunar  Planet. Sci. Conf. 16th, Journ. Geophys. Res., v. 96, N B4, 1986, D378-398.

15. Ivanov B.A., Basilevsky A.T., Kryuchkov V.P., Chernaya I.M.  Impact craters on Venus: Analysis of Venera 15 and 16 data. Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 16th, Journ. Geophys. Res., v. 96, N B4, 1986, D413-430.

16. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov B.A., Burba G.F., Chernaya I.M., Kryuchkov V.P., Nikolaeva O.V., Campbell D.G., Ronca L.B.  Impact craters of Venus: A continuation of the analysis of data from the Venera 15 and 16 spacecraft. Journ. Geophys. Res., 92, 1987, 12,869-12,901.

17. Janle P., Jannsen D., Basilevsky A.T. Morphologic and gravimetric investigations of Bell and Eistla regiones on Venus. Earth, Moon and Planets, v. 39, 1987, 251-273.

18. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W.  The geology of Venus. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Science, v. 16, 1988, 295-317.

19. Basilevsky A.T.  The planet next door. Sky and Telescope, v. 77, N 4, 1989, 360-368.

20. Smith B.A., Soderblom L.A., Banfield D., Barnet C., Basilevsky A.T. and 60 other authrs.  Voyager 2 at Neptune: Imaging Science Results. Science, v. 246, N 4936, 1989, 1422-1449.

21. Sukhanov A.L., Pronin A.A., Burba G.A., Nikishin A.M., Kryuchkov V.P., Basilevsky A.T., Markov M.S., Kuzmin R.O., Bobina N.N., Shashkina V.P., Slyuta E.N., Chernaya I.M.  Geomorphic/geologic map of  part of the Northern hemisphere of Venus. Atlas of Venus, 1:15 000 000 topographic series, I-2059, USGS, 1989.

22. Basilevsky A.T.  Vital problems of Venus geology: Outlook for their resolution by Magellan and Post-Magellan missions. Earth, Moon, and Planets, 50/51, 1990, 3-24.

23. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov B.A.  Cleopatra crater on Venus: Venera 15/16 data  and impact/volcanic origin controversy. Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 17, N 2, 1990, 175-178.

24. Bindschadler D.L., Kreslavsky M.A., Ivanov M.A., Head J.W., Basilevsky A.T., Shkuratov Yu.G.  Distribution of tessera terrain on Venus: Prediction for Magellan. Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 17, N 2, 1990, 171-174.

25. Shkuratov Yu., Opanasenko N., Basilevsky A.T., Zhukov B., Kreslavsky M., Murchie S.  A possible interpretation of bright features on the surface of Phobos. Planetary and Space Science, 39, N 1/2, 1991, 341-347.

26. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov M.A., Borozdin V.K.  Geology of Triton and some comparative planetological implications. Adv. Space Res., v. 12, N 11, 1992, 123-132.    

27. Basilevsky A.T.  Global tectonic style.  In: Venus Geology, Geochemistry, and Geophysics, Research results from the USSR. V.L.Barsukov, A.T.Basilevsky, V.P.Volkov, V.N.Zharkov eds. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, London, 1992, 140-152.

28. Basilevsky A.T., Nikolaeva O.V., Kuzmin R.O.  Resurfacing. ibid, 153-160.

29. Nikishin A.M., Pronin A.A., Basilevsky A.T. Hot-spot structures. ibid, 31-67.

30. Basilevsky A.T., Nikolaeva O.V., Weitz C.M.  Geology of the Venera 8 site region from Magellan data: Morphological and geochemical consideration. J. Geophys. Res., v. 97, E10, 1992, 16315-16335.

31. Janle P., Basilevsky A.T., Kreslavsky M.A., Slyuta E.N.  Heat loss and  tectonic style of Venus. Earth, Moon and Planets, 58, 1992, 1-29.

32. Basilevsky A.T.  Age of rifting and associated volcanism in Atla Regio, Venus.  Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 20, N 10, 1993, 883-886.

33. Ivanov M.A., Basilevsky A.T.  Density and morphology of impact craters on tessera terrain, Venus. Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 20, N 23, 1993, 2579-2582.

34. Weitz C.M., Basilevsky A.T. Magellan observations of the Venera and Vega landing site regions. J. Geophys. Res., v. 98, E9, 1993, 17069-17097.

35. Yakovlev O.I., Basilevsky A.T.  Experimental studies of geochemical aspects of impact cratering. Geol. Soc. America Spec. Paper 293, 1994, 73-80.

36. Basilevsky A.T., Factors controlling volcanism and tectonism in Solar system solid bodies. Earth, Moon and Planets, 1995, v. 67, N 1-3, 47-49.

37. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W.  Global stratigraphy of Venus: Analysis of a random sample of thirty six test areas. Earth, Moon, and Planets, v. 66, 1995, 285-336.

38. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W.  Regional and global  stratigraphy of Venus: A preliminary assessmentt and implications for the geologic history of Venus. Planetary and Space Science, v. 43, N 12, 1995, 1523-1553.

39. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W.  Evidence for rapid and widespread emplacement of volcanic plains on Venus: Stratigraphic studies in the Baltis Vallis region. Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 23, N 12, 1996, 1497-1500.

40. Basilevsky A.T. Venera 8 landing site geology revisited. J. Geophys. Res. v. 102, E4, 1997, 9257-9262.

41. Basilevsky A. T., Head J. W. Onset time and duration of corona activity on Venus: Stratigraphy and history from photogeologic study of stereo images. Earth, Moon and Planets, v. 76, 1997, 67-114.

42. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Schaber G.G., Strom R.G.  The resurfacing history of Venus. In: Venus II - Geology, Geophysics, Atmosphere, and Solar Wind Environment, Tucson: University of Arizona Press, eds. S.W. Bougher, D.M. Hunten, and R.J.Phillips, 1997, 1047-1086.

43. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W.  The geologic history of Venus: A stratigraphic view. J. Geophys. Res., v. 103, E4, 1998, 8531-8544.

44. Head J.W., Basilevsky A.T.  Sequence of tectonic deformation in the history of Venus: Evidence from global stratigraphic relationships. Geology, v. 26, N 1, 1998, 35-38.

45. Head J.W., Basilevsky A.T. Venus: Surface and interior. In: Encyclopedia of the Solar System. Academic Press, San Diego, eds. P. Weissman, L.-A. McFadden, and T. V. Johnson, 1999, 161-189.

46. Collins G.C., Head J.W., Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov M. A. Evidence for rapid regional plains emplacement on Venus from the population of volcanically embayed impact craters. J. Geophys. Res., v. 104, N E10, 1999, 24,121-24,139.

47. Basilevsky A.T., Markiewicz W.J., Thomas N., Keller H.U., Morphologies of rocks within and near the Rock Garden at the Mars Pathfinder landing site. J. Geophys. Res., v. 104, 1999, 8617-8636.

48. Basilevsky A.T., Markiewicz W.J., Thomas N., Keller H. U., Morphology of APXS-analyzed rocks at the Mars Pathfinder Site. Solar System Research, v. 33, N 3, 1999, 170-186.

49. Basilevsky A.T., Markiewicz W.J., Thomas N., Keller H.U., Surface material and landscape characteristics at the Mars Polar Lander site: a consideration and predictions. Solar System Research, v. 33, N 6, 1999, 439-451.

50. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov M.A., Kryuchkov V.P. On the degradation of impact craters on Callisto. Solar System Research, v. 34, N 4, 2000, 277-284.

51. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Ivanov M.A., Kryuchkov V.P. Impact craters on the geologic units of Northern Venus: Implications for the duration of the transition from tessera to regional plains. Geophys. Res Lett., v. 26, N 16, 1999, 2593-2596.

52. Basilevsky A.T., Burba G.A., Ivanov M.A., Bobina N.N., Shashkina V.P., Head J.W. Analysis of the geologic structure and compilation of the geologic map of the northern part of planet Venus. Solar System Research, v. 34, N 5, 2000, 349-378.

53. Basilevsky A.T. and Head J.W., Geologic units on Venus: evidence for their global correlation. Planetary and Space Science, v. 48, N. 1, 2000, 75-111.

54. Basilevsky A.T. and Head J.W., Rifts and volcanoes of Venus: Global assessment of their age relations with regional plains. Journ. Geophys. Res, v. 105, N E10, 2000, 30,123-30,139.

55. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov M.A. and Kryuchkov V.P. On the degradation state of impact craters on Callisto. Solar System Research, v. 34, N 4, 2000, 277-287.

56. Skorov Yu.V., Markiewicz W., Basilevsky A.T., Keller H.U. Stability of water ice under porous nonvolatile layer: implications to the south polar layered deposits of Mars. Planetary and Space Science. v. 49, N 1, 2001, 59-63.

57. Basilevsky A.T. and Raitala J. Morphology of selected novae (astra) from the analysis of Magellan images at Venus. Planetary and Space Science, v. 50, N 1, 2002, 21-39.

58. Basilevsky, A.T. and J.W. Head, On rates and styles of late volcanism
and rifting on Venus, Journ. Geophys. Res., v. 10. 1029/2000JE001471, 2002.

59. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W. Venus: Analysis of the degree of impact crater deposit degradation and assessment of its use for dating geologic units and features. J. Geophys. Res., v. 107, E8, 10.1029/2001JE001584, 2002, 5-1 – 5-38.

60. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W. Venus: Timing and rates of geologic activity. Geology, v. 30, No 11, 1015-1018. 2002.

61. Vezolainen A.V., Solomatov V.S., Head J.W., Basilevsky A.T., Moresi L.-N., Timing of formation of Beta Regio and its geodynamic implications. J. Geophys. Res., v. 108, E1, 5002, doi:10.1029/2002JE001889, 2003.

62. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Setyaeva I.V., Venus: Estimation of age of impact craters on the basis of degree of preservation of associated radar-dark deposits. Geophys. Res. Lett., v. 30, 18, 1950 doi:10.1029/2003GL017504, 2003.

63. Basilevsky A.T. Exploration of the Moon by Soviet spacecraft. In: Encyclopedia of Space Science and Technology, John Willey and Sons, Hans Mark ed., 2003, 654-662.

64. Moroz V.I., Basilevsky A.T. Venus missions. In: Encyclopedia of Space Science and Technology, John Willey and Sons, Hans Mark ed., 2003, 841-857.

65. Vezolainen A.V., Solomatov V.S., Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W. Uplift of Beta Regio: Three-dimensional models. J. Geophys. Res., v. 109, E08007, doi:10.1029/2004JE002259, 2004.

66. Basilevsky A.T., Keller H.U., Nathues A., Mall U., Hiesinger H., Rosiek M. Scientific objectives and selection of targets for the SMART-1 Infrared Spectrometer (SIR). Planetary and Space Science, v. 52, issue 14, 2004, 1261-1285.

67. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Abdrakhimov A.M. Impact crater air fall deposits on the surface of Venus: Areal distribution, estimated thickness, recognition in surface panoramas, and implications for provenance of sampled surface materials. J. Geophys. Res., v. 109, E12003, doi:10.1029/2004JE002307, 2004.

68. Neukum G., Jaumann R., Hoffmann H., Hauber E., Head J. W., Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov B.A., Werner S.C., van Gasselt S., Murray J.B., McCord T. Recent and episodic volcanic and glacial activity on Mars revealed by the High Resolution Stereo Camera. Nature. v. 432, No 7020. 2004, 971-979.

69. Thomas N., L'uthi B.S., Hviid S.F., Keller H.U., Markiewicz W.J., Bl'umchen T., Basilevky A.T., Smith P.H., Tanner R., Oquest C., Reynolds R., Josset J.-L., Beauvivre S., Hofmann B., Ruer P., Pillinger C. T.. The microscope for Beagle 2. Planetary and Space Science, v. 52, 2004. 853-856.

70. Basilevsky A.T., Neukum. G., Ivanov B.A., Werner S.C. van Gasselt S., Head J. W., Denk T., Jaumann R., Hoffmann H., Hauber E., McCord T., and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team. Morphology and geological structure of the western part of the Olympus Mons volcano on Mars from the analysis of the Mars Express HRSC imagery. Solar System Research. v. 39. No 2. 2005. 99-116.

71. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Impact craters on regional plains on Venus: Age relations with wrinkle ridges and implications for the geological evolution of Venus. J. Geophys. Res., v. 111, E03006, doi:10.1029/2005JE002473, 2006.

72. Basilevsky A.T., Rodin A.V., Raitala J., Neukum G., Werner S., Kozyrev A.S., Sanin A.B., Mitrofanov I.G., Head J.W., Boynton W., and Saunders R.S. Search for causes of the low epithermal neutron flux anomaly in the Arabia Terra region (Mars). Solar System Research. v. 40. No 5. 2006. 355-374.

73. Basilevsky A.T., Keller H.U. Comet nuclei: Morphology and implied processes of surface modification. Planetary and Space Science, v. 54, No 8, 2006. 808-829.

74. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Beta Regio, Venus: Evidence for uplift, rifting, and volcanism due to a mantle plume. Icarus, v. 192, 167-186, 2007.

75. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov M.A., Head J.W., Aittola M., Raitala J., Landing on Venus: Past and future. Planetary and Space Science, v. 55, 2097-2112, 2007.

76. Basilevsky A.T., McGill G.E., Surface evolution of Venus, in Exploring Venus as a Terrestrial Planet, L. W. Esposito, E. R. Stofan, T. E. Cravens Eds., Geophysical Monograph 176. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC., 2007, 23-43.

77. Basilevsky A.T. Geologic Map of the Beta Regio, Quadrangle (V-17) Venus: USGS Scientific Investigation Map 3023 and Pamphlet (34 p). U.S. Geological Survey. 2008.

78. Basilevsky A.T., Neukum G., Werner S.C., Dumke A., van Gasselt S., Kneissl T., Zuschneid W., Rommel D., Wendt L., Chapman M., Head J.W., Greeley R. Episodes of floods in MangalaValles, Mars, from the analysis of HRSC, MOC and THEMIS images. Planetary and Space Science, v. 57, 2009, 917–943.

79. Basilevsky A.T., Aittola M., Raitala J., Head J.W. Venus astra/novae: Estimates of the absolute time duration of their activity. Icarus, v. 203, 2009, 337–351.

80. Moroz L.V., Basilevsky A.T., Hiroi T., Rout S.S., Baither D., van der Bogert C.H., Yakovlev O.I., Fisenko A.V., Semjonova L.F., Rusakov V.S., Khramov D.A., Zinovieva N.G., Arnold G., Pieters C.M. Spectral properties of simulated impact glasses produced from martian soil analogue JSC Mars-1. Icarus, v. 202, 2009, 336–353.

81. Bazilevsky A.T. and Shingareva T.V. The choice and characterization of the Phobos-Grunt landing site. Solar System Research, 2010, v. 44, No. 1, 38–43.

82. Basilevsky A.T., Neukum G., Nyquist L. The spatial and temporal distribution of lunar mare basalts as deduced from analysis of data for lunar meteorites. Planetary and Space Science, 2010, v. 58, 1900-1905.

83. Neukum G., Basilevsky A.T., Kneissl T., Chapman M.G., van Gasselt S., Michael G., Jaumann R., Hoffmann H., Lanz J.K. The geologic evolution of Mars: Episodicity of resurfacing events and ages from cratering analysis of image data and correlation with radiometric ages of Martian meteorites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 294, 2010, 204–222.

84. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Fassett C.I., and Michael G. History of Tectonic Deformation in the Interior Plains of the Caloris Basin, Mercury. Solar System Research, 2011, v. 45, No. 6, pp. 471–497.

85. Basilevsky A.T., Abdrakhimov A.M., and Dorofeeva V.A. Water and other volatiles on the Moon: A Review. Solar System Research, 2012, v. 46, No. 2, 89–107.

86. Basilevsky A.T., Shalygin E.V., Titov D.V., Markiewicz W.J., Scholten F. , Roatsch Th., Kreslavsky M.A., Moroz L.V., Ignatiev N.I., Fiethe B., Osterloh B., Michalik H. Geologic interpretation of the near-infrared images of the surface taken by the Venus Monitoring Camera, Venus Express. Icarus, 2012, v. 217, 434–450.

87. Shalygin E.V., Basilevsky A.T., Markiewicz W.J., Titov D.V., Kreslavsky M.A., Roatsch Th. Search for ongoing volcanic activity on Venus: Case study of Maat Mons, Sapas Mons and Ozza Mons volcanoes. Planetary and Space Science, 2012, v. 73, 294–301.

88. Basilevsky A.T. The Vernadsky Institute laboratory of comparative planetology: Joint works with Lavochkin Association. In: The Lavochkin Scientific-Industrial Association 75th Anniversary Edition. 2012, No 4, 53-63.

89. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W. Age of Giordano Bruno crater as deduced from the morphology of its secondaries at the Luna 24 landing site  Planetary and Space Science 73 (2012) 302–309.

90. Basilevsky A.T. Analysis of suspicious objects in TV panorama taken by Venera_9 spacecraft. Solar System Research 46 (2012) No. 5, 374–378.

91. Guseva E.N., Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W. Estimation of the age of impact craters and other adjacent geological subdivisions within the Thetis Regio on Venus. Solar System Research, 2013, v. 47, No. 3, 159–169.

92. Dolgopolov V.P., Basilevsky A.T., Robinson M.S., Plescia J.B., Head J.W. Where did the Luna 23 and 24 spacecraft land?: Comparing the spacecraft seen in LROC NAC images with synthetic images. Planetary and Space Science,  2013, v. 81. 82–85.

93. Basilevsky A.T., Ivanov B.A., Ivanov A.V., Head J.W. Clarification of sources of material returned by Luna 24 spacecraft based on analysis of new images of the landing site taken by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Geochemistry International, 2013, v. 51, No. 6, 456–472.

94. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Horz F. Survival times of meter-sized boulders on the surface of the Moon. Planetary and Space Science. 2013. v. 89. 118–126.

95. Basilevsky A.T., Kreslavsky M.A., Karachevtseva I.P., Gusakova E.N. Morphometry of small impact craters in the Lunokhod-1 and Lunokhod-2 study areas Planetary and Space Science, 2014, v. 92, 77–87.

96. Basilevsky A.T., Lorenz C.A., Shingareva T.V., Head J.W., Ramsley K.R., Zubarev A.E. The surface geology and geomorphology of Phobos. Planetary and Space Science. 2014, v. 102, 95-118.

97. Basilevsky A.T., Abdrakhimov A.M., Head J.W., Pieters C.M., Wu Yunzhao, Xiao Long Geologic characteristics of the Luna 17/Lunokhod 1 and Chang’E-3/Yutu landing sites, Northwest Mare Imbrium of the Moon. Planetary and Space Science.2015.  Vol. 117, pp 385-400.

98. Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Horz F., Ramsley K. Survival times of meter-sized rock boulders on the surface of airless bodies. Planetary and Space Science.2015.  Vol. 117, pp 312-328.

99. Ivanov M.A., Hiesinger H., Abdrakhimov A.M., Basilevsky A.T., Head J.W., Pasckert J-H., Bauch K., vanderBogert C.H., Gläser P., Kohanov A. Landing site selection for Luna-Glob mission in crater Boguslawsky. Planetary and Space Science. 2015. Vol 117, p. 45-63.

100. Shalygin, E.V., Markiewicz W.J., Basilevsky A.T., D Titov.V., Ignatiev N.I., Head J.W., 2015. Active volcanism on Venus in the Ganiki Chasma rift zone, Geophysical Research Letters. V. 42, 4762–4769.

101. Tye A.R., Fassett C.I., Head J.W., Mazarico E., Basilevsky A.T., Neumann G.A., Smith D.E., Zuber M.T., 2015. The age of lunar south circumpolar craters Haworth, Shoemaker, Faustini, and Shackleton: Implications for regional geology, surface processes, and volatile sequestration. Icarus. V. 255. 70-77.

102. Korokhin V., Shkuratov Yu., Kaydash V., Basilevsky A., Rohachova L., Velikodsky A., Opanasenko N., Videen G., Stankevich D., Kaluhina O., 2016. Characterization of a photometric anomaly in lunar Mare Nubium  Planetary and Space Science. V. 122. 70-87.

103. Basilevsky A.T., Krasil’nikov S.S., Shiryaev A.A., Mall U., Keller H.U., Skorov Yu.V., Mottola S., Hviid S.F. 2016. Estimating the Strength of the Nucleus Material of Comet 67P Churyumov–Gerasimenko. Solar System Research, 2016, Vol. 50, No. 4, 225–234.

104. Karachevtseva I.P., Kozlova N.A., Kokhanov A.A., Zubarev A.E., Nadezhdina I.E., Patratiy V.D., Konopikhin A.A., Basilevsky A.T., Abdrakhimov A.M., Oberst J., Haase I., Jolliff J., Plescia B., Robinson M., Cartography of the Luna-21 landing site and Lunokhod-2 traverse area based on Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera images and surface archive TV-panoramas, Icarus (2016).

105. Skorov Yu.V. , Rezac L. , Hartogh P. , Bazilevsky  A.T.  and Keller H.U., 2016. A model of short-lived outbursts on the 67P from fractured terrains. Astronomy & Astrophysics, V. 593. A76. 10 pp.

106. Basilevsky A.T., Mall U., Keller H.U., Skorov Yu.V., Hviid S.F., Mottola S., Krasilnikov S.S., Dabrowski B. Geologic analysis of the Rosetta NavCam, Osiris and ROLIS images of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko nucleus. Planetary and Space Science. 2017. V. 137. 1–19.

107. Basilevsky A.T., Krasilnikov S.S., Mall U., Hviid S.F.S., Skorov Yu.V., Keller H.U. Pinnacles on the 67P comet nucleus: Evidence for large scale erosion and hierarchical agglomeration of the nucleus. Planetary and Space Science.  2017. V. 140. 80–85.

108. Li Yuan, Basilevsky A.T., Xie Minggang, Ip Wing-Huen. Shape of boulders ejected from small lunar impact craters. Planetary and Space Science. 2017. V. 145. 71–77.

109. Michael G., Basilevsky A., Neukum G. On the history of the early meteoritic bombardment of the Moon: Was there a terminal lunar cataclysm? Icarus. 2018. V. 302. 80–103.

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