Technical Publications

Kathy Rages
Research Scientist

Rages, K. and J. B. Pollack 1983, Icarus 55, 50-62. “Vertical Distribution of Scattering Hazes in

Titan's Upper Atmosphere.”


Rages, K. A. and J. B. Pollack 1984, B.A.A.S. 16, 650. “Scattering Properties and Vertical

Distribution of Saturn Stratospheric Hazes.”


Smith, B. A., and 39 co-authors including K. Rages 1986, Science 233, 43-64. “Voyager 2 in the

Uranian System: Imaging Science Results.”


Pollack, J. B., K. Rages, S. K. Pope, M. G. Tomasko, P. N. Romani, and S. K. Atreya 1987, J.

Geophys. Res. 92, 15,037-15,065. “Nature of the Stratospheric Haze on Uranus: Evidence

for Condensed Hydrocarbons.”


Smith, B. A., and 64 co-authors including K. Rages 1989, Science 246, 1422-1449. “Voyager 2

at Neptune: Imaging Science Results.”


Pollack, J. B., J. M. Schwartz, and K. Rages 1990, Science 250, 440-443. “Scatterers in Triton's

Atmosphere: Implications for the Seasonal Volatile Cycle.”


Rages, K., J. B. Pollack, M. G. Tomasko, and L. R. Doose 1991, Icarus 89, 359-376.

“Properties of Scatterers in the Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere of Uranus Based on

Voyager Imaging Data.”


Rages, K., and J. B. Pollack 1992, Icarus 99, 289-301. “Voyager Imaging of Triton's Clouds

and Hazes.”


Baines, K. H., H. B. Hammel, K. A. Rages, P. N. Romani, and R. E. Samuelson 1993. In

Neptune and Triton, (Ed. D. P. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, in press. “Clouds

and Hazes in the Atmosphere of Neptune.”


Moses, J. I., K. Rages, and J. B. Pollack 1995, Icarus 113, 232-266. “An Analysis of Neptune's

Stratospheric Haze Using High-Phase-Angle Voyager Images.”


Rages, K., R. Beebe, and D. Senske 1999, Icarus 139, 211-226. “Jovian stratospheric hazes:

The high phase angle view from Galileo.”


Rannou, P, C. Ferrari, K. Rages, M. Roos-Serote, and M. Cabane 2000, Icarus 147, 267-281.

“Characterization of aerosols in the detached haze layer of Titan”.


Hammel, H., K. Rages, G. W. Lockwood, E. Karkoschka, and I. dePater 2001, Icarus 153, 229-

235. “New measurements of the winds of Uranus.”


Rages, K., H. Hammel, and G. W. Lockwood 2002. “A prominent apparition of Neptune’s

South Polar Feature.” Icarus 159, 262-265.


Rages, K. A., S. Lebonnois, and C. P. McKay 2003, B.A.A.S. 35, 1019. “Formation and

transport of jovian equatorial stratospheric hazes”.

Rages, K. A., H. B. Hammel, and A. J. Friedson 2004, Icarus 172, 548-554. “Evidence for

temporal change at Uranus’ south pole”.


Hammel, H. B., I. de Pater, S. G. Gibbard, G. W. Lockwood, and K. Rages 2005, Icarus 175,

284-288. “New cloud activity on Uranus in 2004: First detection of a southern

feature at 2.2 microns”.


Hammel, H. B., I. de Pater, S. Gibbard, G. W. Lockwood, and K. Rages 2005, Icarus 175, 534-

545. Uranus in 2003: Zonal Winds, Banded Structure, and Discrete Features.


Sromovsky, L., P. M. Fry, H. B. Hammel, W. M. Ahue, I. de Pater, K. A. Rages, M. R.

Showalter, and M. van Dam, 2009. Uranus at equinox: cloud morphology and dynamics.

Icarus 203, 265-286