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2022

Smirnov A., Y. Y. Shprits, H. Allison, N. Aseev, A. Drozdov, P. Kollmann, D. Wang, A. Saikin, (2022), An Empirical Model of the Equatorial Electron Pitch Angle Distributions in Earth’s Outer Radiation Belt, Space Weather, 20, e2022SW003053, doi:10.1029/2022SW003053, e2022SW003053 2022SW003053

Smirnov A., Y. Shprits, H. Allison, N. Aseev, A. Drozdov, P. Kollmann, D. Wang, A. Saikin, (2022), Equatorial electron pitch angle distributions in Earth’s outer radiation belt: Storm-time evolution and empirical modeling, EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, Austria, 23–27 May 2022, doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu22-7732

Smirnov A., Y. Shprits, H. Allison, N. Aseev, A. Drozdov, P. Kollmann, D. Wang, A. A. Saikin, (2022), Storm-Time Evolution of the Equatorial Electron Pitch Angle Distributions in Earth’s Outer Radiation Belt, Frontiers In Astronomy And Space Sciences, 9, doi:10.3389/fspas.2022.836811

Turner D., G. Clark, W. Li, L. Blum, P. Kollmann, A. Jaynes, R. Marshall, A. Ukhorskiy, G. Berland, I. Cohen, A. Drozdov, W. Dunn, G. Hospodarsky, R. Kraft, X. Li, M. Looper, B. Mauk, Q. Nenon, P. O’Brien, E. Roussos, H. T. Smith, K. Sorathia, P. Williams, X. Wu, (2022), Comprehensive Observations of Magnetospheric Particle Acceleration, Sources, and Sinks (COMPASS): A Dedicated Jovian Radiation Belt Mission to Unlock the Secrets of the Solar System’s Greatest Particle Accelerator, 44rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 16 July – 24 July, 2022, Athens, Greece

2021

Kollmann P., F. Allegini, R. C. Allen, N. Andre, A. R. Azari, F. Bagenal, C. B. Beddingfield, D. Brain, P. Brandt, X. Cao, X. Cao, R. J. Cartwright, G. Clark, I. Cohen, J. F. Cooper, F. Crary, E. J. Leonard, C. Paty, I. de Pater, R. T. Desai, G. A. DiBraccio, W. Dietrich, C. Dong, R. W. Ebert, M. Felici, R. J. Filwett, G. Fischer, D. J. Gershman, M. Gkioulidou, T. K. Greathouse, L. Griton, M. Gritsevich, K. Hibbitts, G. Hospodarsky, V. Hue, G. Hunt, H. L. Huybrighs, M. Imai, C. M. Jackman, J. M. Jasinski, X. Jia, I. Jun, A. Kotova, W. S. Kurth, L. Lamy, J. Lazio, S. Lejosne, C. Louis, A. Masters, B. Mauk, H. Madanian, K. E. Mandt, J. R. McNutt, H. Melin, S. Miller, L. Moore, Q. Nenon, F. M. Neubauer, T. Nordheim, B. Palmaerts, C. Paranicas, P. Phipps, L. Regoli, K. Retherford, L. Roth, E. Roussos, K. D. Runyon, A. Rymer, J. Saur, D. Santos-Costa, Y. Y. Shprits, L. J. Spilker, T. Stallard, A. G. Smirnov, K. Soderlund, S. Stanley, A. H. Sulaiman, J. R. Szalay, D. L. Turner, S. Vines, L. Wang, B. Weiss, J. Wicht, R. J. Wilson, E. Woodfield, (2021), Magnetospheric Studies: A requirement for addressing interdisciplinary mysteries in the Ice Giant systems, Bulletin Of The American Astronomical Society, 073, doi:10.3847/25c2cfeb.d955f654

Nenon Q., G. Clark, I. Jun, P. Kollmann, L. Liuzzo, B. Mauk, T. A. Nordheim, A. R. Poppe, E. Roussos, Y. Y. Shprits, D. L. Turner, E. E. Woodfield, (2021), Open science questions and missing measurements in the radiation belts of Jupiter, Bulletin Of The American Astronomical Society, 088, doi:10.3847/25c2cfeb.fb50005f

Smirnov A., Y. Shprits, H. Allison, N. Aseev, A. Drozdov, P. Kollmann, (2021), Storm-time evolution and empirical modelling of the equatorial electron pitch angle distributions in Earth’s outer radiation belt, AGU 2021 Fall Meeting, SM15B-1958

Smirnov A., Y. Shprits, H. Allison, N. Aseev, A. Drozdov, P. Kollmann, (2021), Equatorial electron pitch angle distributions in Earth’s radiation belts and ring current: Van Allen Probes observations, 43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Sydney, Australia, 28 Jan – 04 Feb 2021

2019

Roussos E., O. Allanson, N. Andr’e, B. Bertucci, G. Branduardi-Raymont, G. Clark, K. Dialynas, I. Dandouras, R. Desai, Y. Futaana, M. Gkioulidou, G. Jones, P. Kollmann, A. Kotova, E. Kronberg, N. Krupp, G. Murakami, Q. N’enon, T. Nordheim, B. Palmaerts, C. Plainaki, J. Rae, D. Santos-Costa, T. Sarris, Y. Shprits, A. Sulaiman, E. Woodfield, X. Wu, Z. Yao, (2019), The in-situ exploration of Jupiter’s radiation belts (A White Paper submitted in response to ESA’s Voyage 2050 Call), Arxiv E-prints, arXiv:1908.02339