Space Science Reviews

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  • Explosive Magnetotail Activity..  215:31. 2019
  • Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP): A New NASA Mission.  214:116. 2018
  • Scientific Objectives of Electron Losses and Fields INvestigation Onboard Lomonosov Satellite.  214:25. 2018
  • Particle Radiation Sources, Propagation and Interactions in Deep Space, at Earth, the Moon, Mars, and Beyond: Examples of Radiation Interactions and Effects.  212:1069-1106. 2017
  • The Physical Processes of CME/ICME Evolution.  212:1159-1219. 2017
  • Using OpenGGCM to Compute and Separate Magnetosphere Magnetic Perturbations Measured on Board Low Earth Orbiting Satellites.  206:601-620. 2017
  • Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS): Design of the Energetic Particle Investigation.  204:187-256. 2016
  • Solar Wind Electrons Alphas and Protons (SWEAP) Investigation: Design of the Solar Wind and Coronal Plasma Instrument Suite for Solar Probe Plus.  204:131-186. 2016
  • The FIELDS Instrument Suite for Solar Probe Plus: Measuring the Coronal Plasma and Magnetic Field, Plasma Waves and Turbulence, and Radio Signatures of Solar Transients..  204:49-82. 2016
  • Magnetospheric Multiscale Overview and Science Objectives.  199:5-21. 2016
  • Preface.  199:1-3. 2016
  • The Electron Drift Instrument for MMS.  199:283-305. 2016
  • The Electron Drift Instrument for MMS (vol 199, pg 283, 2016).  199:307-308. 2016
  • The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) Investigation and the Energetic Ion Spectrometer (EIS) for the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission.  199:471-514. 2016
  • The FIELDS Instrument Suite on MMS: Scientific Objectives, Measurements, and Data Products.  199:105-135. 2016
  • The Fly's Eye Energetic Particle Spectrometer (FEEPS) Sensors for the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission.  199:309-329. 2016
  • The Search-Coil Magnetometer for MMS.  199:257-282. 2016
  • The Spin-Plane Double Probe Electric Field Instrument for MMS.  199:137-165. 2016
  • The Earth: Plasma Sources, Losses, and Transport Processes.  192:145-208. 2015
  • Circulation of Heavy Ions and Their Dynamical Effects in the Magnetosphere: Recent Observations and Models.  184:173-235. 2014
  • Review of Solar Wind Entry into and Transport Within the Plasma Sheet.  184:33-86. 2014
  • Helium, Oxygen, Proton, and Electron (HOPE) Mass Spectrometer for the Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission.  179:423-484. 2013
  • Science Goals and Overview of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma (ECT) Suite on NASA's Van Allen Probes Mission.  179:311-336. 2013
  • The Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS) on RBSP.  179:127-181. 2013
  • The Magnetic Electron Ion Spectrometer (MagEIS) Instruments Aboard the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Spacecraft.  179:383-421. 2013
  • The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) Instrument on Board the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Spacecraft: Characterization of Earth's Radiation Belt High-Energy Particle Populations.  179:337-381. 2013
  • High-Energy Atmospheric Physics: Terrestrial Gamma-Ray Flashes and Related Phenomena.  173:133-196. 2012
  • ARTEMIS Science Objectives.  165:59-91. 2011
  • Deducing Electron Properties from Hard X-ray Observations.  159:301-355. 2011
  • CRaTER: The Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation Experiment on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission.  150:243-284. 2010
  • Diagnosing the Neutral Interstellar Gas Flow at 1 AU with IBEX-Lo.  146:149-172. 2009
  • IBEX Backgrounds and Signal-to-Noise Ratio.  146:173-206. 2009
  • Physical Processes in the Outer Heliosphere.  146:275-294. 2009
  • The IBEX Background Monitor.  146:105-115. 2009
  • The IBEX-Lo Sensor.  146:117-147. 2009
  • The Interstellar Boundary Explorer High Energy (IBEX-Hi) Neutral Atom Imager.  146:75-103. 2009
  • The Interstellar Boundary Explorer Science Operations Center.  146:207-234. 2009
  • The Ionization Gauge Investigation for the Streak Mission.  145:263-283. 2009
  • The Two Wide-angle Imaging Neutral-atom Spectrometers (TWINS) NASA Mission-of-Opportunity.  142:157-231. 2009
  • First Results from the THEMIS Mission.  141:453-476. 2008
  • OpenGGCM Simulations for the THEMIS Mission.  141:535-555. 2008
  • The Plasma and Suprathermal Ion Composition (PLASTIC) investigation on the STEREO observatories.  136:437-486. 2008
  • Theoretical modeling for the STEREO mission.  136:565-604. 2008
  • Evidence for a two-stage acceleration process in large solar energetic particle events.  130:243-253. 2007
  • Pickup ions and cosmic rays from dust in the heliosphere.  130:283-291. 2007
  • Lunar reconnaissance orbiter overview: The instrument suite and mission.  129:391-419. 2007
  • The seed population for energetic particles accelerated by CME-driven shocks.  124:261-275. 2006
  • Energetic particle observations.  123:217-250. 2006
  • ICMEs at High Latitudes and in the Outer Heliosphere.  123:417-451. 2006
  • Cluster at the Bow Shock: Introduction.  118:155-160. 2005
  • Cluster at the Bow Shock: Status and Outlook.  118:223-227. 2005
  • Quasi-parallel Shock Structure and Processes.  118:205-222. 2005
  • Quasi-perpendicular Shock Structure and Processes.  118:161-203. 2005
  • Selected Problems in Collisionless-Shock Physics.  110:161-226. 2004
  • Cosmic-ray composition as observed by Ulysses.  99:41-50. 2001
  • Cosmic ray isotopic composition studies with the Ulysses high energy telescope: Implications for origin and distribution in the galaxy.  97:337-341. 2001
  • Modulation near solar maximum at high solar latitudes: Observations from the Ulysses cospin high energy telescope.  97:367-371. 2001
  • Origin of the solar wind: Theory.  97:21-33. 2001
  • Simultaneous observations of solar energetic particle events by IMP 8 and the Ulysses cospin high energy telescope at high solar latitudes.  97:257-262. 2001
  • The 3-D heliosphere from the Ulysses and ACE solar wind ion composition experiments.  97:123-127. 2001
  • The Time-of-flight Energy, Angle, Mass Spectrograph (TEAMS) experiment for FAST.  98:197-219. 2001
  • The importance of anisotropic interstellar turbulence and molecular-cloud magnetic mirrors for galactic cosmic-ray propagation.  99:271-280. 2001
  • Viscous-type processes in the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction.  95:443-456. 2001
  • Long-duration solar gamma-ray flares.  93:581-610. 2000
  • Solar energetic particles.  93:35-53. 2000
  • Coronal hole boundaries and their interactions with adjacent regions.  87:43-54. 1999
  • Origin, injection, and acceleration of CIR particles: Observations - Report of Working Group 6.  89:327-367. 1999
  • Element and isotopic fractionation in closed magnetic structures.  85:397-406. 1998
  • Fractionation of Si, Ne, and Mg isotopes in the solar wind as measured by SOHO/CELIAS/MTOF.  85:357-370. 1998
  • On the slow solar wind.  86:51-60. 1998
  • The Solar Energetic Particle Ionic Charge Analyzer (SEPICA) and the data processing unit (S3DPU) for SWICS, SWIMS and SEPICA.  86:449-495. 1998
  • The Ultra-Low-Energy Isotope Spectrometer (ULEIS) for the ACE spacecraft.  86:409-448. 1998
  • The electron drift instrument for cluster (vol 79, pg 233, 1997).  80:392-392. 1997
  • The Cluster ion spectrometry (CIS) experiment.  79:303-350. 1997
  • The electron drift instrument for Cluster.  79:233-269. 1997
  • COSMIC-RAY MODULATION IN THE 3-D HELIOSPHERE.  72:367-378. 1995
  • CEPPAD - COMPREHENSIVE ENERGETIC PARTICLE AND PITCH-ANGLE DISTRIBUTION EXPERIMENT ON POLAR.  71:531-562. 1995
  • MISSION-ORIENTED THEORY FOR ISTP.  71:647-669. 1995
  • SWE, A COMPREHENSIVE PLASMA INSTRUMENT FOR THE WIND SPACECRAFT.  71:55-77. 1995
  • THE ELECTRON-BEAM INSTRUMENT (F6) ON FREJA.  70:447-463. 1994
  • THE TESP ELECTRON SPECTROMETER AND CORRELATOR (F7) ON FREJA.  70:509-540. 1994
  • SATELLITE MEASUREMENTS AND THEORIES OF LOW ALTITUDE AURORAL PARTICLE-ACCELERATION.  27:155-213. 1980
  • ELECTRIC-FIELD MEASUREMENTS IN THE SOLAR-WIND, BOW SHOCK, MAGNETOSHEATH, MAGNETOPAUSE, AND MAGNETOSPHERE.  22:791-804. 1978
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    International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0038-6308
  • 1572-9672
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1572-9672