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Planetary space weather: scientific aspects and future perspectives

In this paper, we review the scientific aspects of planetary space weather at different regions of our Solar System, performing a comparative planetology analysis that includes a direct reference to ... ; Planetary magnetospheres; Exospheres; Interactions; Comparative planetology; Future missions; JUICE; BEPI COLOMBO 1. Introduction 1.1. Definition of planetary space weather and analogy with the circum

Atmospheric Electrification in Dusty, Reactive Gases in the Solar System and Beyond

their hosting environment in meteorology, volcanology, planetology and research on extrasolar planets and planet formation.

Topical Issue on Highlights of Planetary Science in Italy

, Pioneer and Voyager), the Italian planetology community began to grow significantly. In particular, we should mention important dynamical and theoretical studies carried out in Pisa and the studies of

Venus: The Atmosphere, Climate, Surface, Interior and Near-Space Environment of an Earth-Like Planet

fundamental problems in comparative planetology. Studies of the interior of any planet are difficult, and Venus especially so due to the inhospitable nature of the surface, which means we have very little in ... fairly remote prospect for Venus. 3.1 Comparative Planetology Early missions to the Moon, Mercury, and Mars showed that these terrestrial planetary bodies with one-half or less the diameter of Earth

Infrasound and seismic detections associated with the 7 September 2015 Bangkok fireball

. Silber 4 Pierrick Mialle 3 0 Earth Observatory of Singapore , 50, Nanyang Ave , Singapore 639798 , Singapore 1 Infrasound Laboratory, Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, School of Ocean and

Vesicle Size Distribution as a Novel Nuclear Forensics Tool

Current address: Hawai‛i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, University of Hawai'i at M aÅnoa , Honolulu, Hawai‛i , United States of America 2 Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Extreme tsunami inundation in Hawai‘i from Aleutian–Alaska subduction zone earthquakes

Planetology, University of Hawai'i at Ma ̄noa , 1680 East-West Road, POST 602, Honolulu, HI , USA The 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami motivated an analysis of the potential for great tsunamis in Hawai'i ... of Geophysics and Planetology, peer-reviewed report HIGP-2014-1 Butler R , Burney D , Walsh D ( 2014 ) Paleotsunami evidence on Kaua'i and numerical modeling of a great Aleutian tsunami . Geophys Res

Effusive crises at Piton de la Fournaise 2014–2015: a review of a multi-national response model

Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, unpublished data, 1999). TADR were not, thus, included as part of “hot spot” products delivered to recipient observatories by the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and ... Planetology (HIGP, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA) because they were not deemed valid or trustworthy (Harris et al. 2001). This is a result of the large pixel size and mixed pixel problems, as well as

Early signs of multi-walled carbon nanotbues degradation in macrophages, via an intracellular pH-dependent biological mechanism; importance of length and functionalization

. Singapore: World Scientific ; 1998 . 35. Charon E , Rouzaud JN , Aléon J. Graphitization at low temperatures (600-1200 ° C) in the presence of iron implications in planetology . Carbon . 2014 ; 66 : 178 - 90

De-agglomeration and homogenisation of nanoparticles in coal tar pitch-based carbon materials

at low temperatures (600-1200 & #xB0;C) in the presence of iron implications in planetology . Carbon 66 : 178 - 190 . doi: 10 . 1016/j.carbon. 2013 . 08 .056 Ciesielski A , Samori P ( 2014 ) Graphene

Earth as a Tool for Astrobiology—A European Perspective

scientists to perform high quality scientific research and test instrumentation for space missions under realistic planetary conditions and undertake comparative planetology research. The Committee on Space

Rootless tephra stratigraphy and emplacement processes

of Geophysics and Planetology, University of Hawaii , Honolulu, HI , USA 1 Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Hawaii , Honolulu, HI , USA 2 Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University

What characterizes planetary space weather?

between disciplines such as planetology, heliospheric physics, and aeronomy. However, considerable ambiguity remains in such use. In this article, we address this simple question: What is planetary space ... weather? Is it the new name of planetary aeronomy? A new name for comparative planetology? Or does it have its own specific features? Before answering these questions in detail, let us first examine the

On de-Sitter geometry in crater statistics

planetary bodies in the Solar system, for example on Mars (see e.g. Werner & Tanaka 2011 and references therein). Since size–frequency distributions of impact craters are a powerful tool in planetology to ... planetology. Recall that the three-dimensional configuration space of circles, and hence of craters as discussed, was interpreted as the three-dimensional de-Sitter space–time with the metric given by equation

Quantifying the Martian Geochemical Reservoirs: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

enticing possibility that the conditions necessary for life may once have existed there, and perhaps continue to exist to the present day. Indeed, comparative planetology of terrestrial bodies large enough

Editorship at SWSC

, space plasma physics, aeronomy, planetology, radio science, informatics, geophysics, biology, medicine, astronautic, aeronautic and electrical engineering, meteorology, climatology, mathematics and

The Way Forward

expressed in terms of the masses and radii of the host stars. And these are not known to a precision higher than maybe at best 10 % which will introduce errors of the same order into the planetology. Our only

Gigapixel optical microscopy for meteorite characterization

Ryan C Ogliore 0 Christine E Jilly 0 0 Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, University of Hawaii at Manoa , Honolulu, HI 96822, USA We present an automated microscopy system for the

Mars: a small terrestrial planet

ESLAB symposium. Venus-Earth-Mars , ESTEC, Comparative planetology Lundin R et al ( 2004 ) Solar wind-induced atmospheric erosion at Mars: first results from ASPERA-3 on Mars Express . Science 305 : 1933