Collier, Michael R.

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  1. Farrell W, McLain J, Collier M, Keller J, Jackson T, Delory G. IS THE ELECTRON AVALANCHE PROCESS IN A MARTIAN DUST DEVIL SELF-QUENCHING?. Icarus. 2015;
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  2. Fatemi S, Holmstrom M, Futaana Y, Lue C, Collier M, Barabash S, Stenberg G. EFFECTS OF PROTONS REFLECTED BY LUNAR CRUSTALMAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE GLOBAL LUNAR PLASMA ENVIRONMENT. J. Geophys. Res-Space Phys. 2014;119 (8):11.
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  3. Walsh B, Kuntz K, Collier M, Sibeck D, Snowden S, Thomas N. ENERGETIC PARTICLE IMPACT ON X-RAY IMAGING WITH XMM-NEWTON. Space Weather. 2014;12 (6):387-394.
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  4. Collier M, Snowden S, Sarantos M, Benna M, Carter J, Cravens T, Farrell W, Fatemi S, Hills H, Hodges R, Holmstrom M, Kuntz K, Porter F, Read A, Robertson I, Sembay S, Sibeck D, Stubbs T, Travnicek P, Walsh B. ON LUNAR EXOSPHERIC COLUMN DENSITIES AND SOLAR WIND ACCESS BEYOND THE TERMINATOR FROM ROSAT SOFT X-RAY OBSERVATIONS OF SOLAR WIND CHARGE EXCHANGE. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets. 2014;119 (7):1459-1478.
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  5. Galeazzi M, Chiao M, Collier M, Cravens T, Koutroumpa D, Kuntz K, Lallement R, Lepri S, McCammon D, Morgan K, Porter F, Robertson I, Snowden S, Thomas N, Uprety Y, Ursino E, Walsh B. ORIGIN OF THE LOCAL 1/4-KEV X-RAY FLUX IN BOTH CHARGE EXCHANGE AND A HOT BUBBLE. Nature. 2014;512 (7513):171-+.
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  6. Snowden S, Chiao M, Collier M, Porter F, Thomas N, Cravens T, Robertson I, Galeazzi M, Uprety Y, Ursino E, Koutroumpa D, Kuntz K, Lallement R, Puspitarini L, Lepri S, McCammon D, Morgan K, Walsh B. PRESSURE EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN THE LOCAL INTERSTELLAR CLOUDS AND THE LOCAL HOT BUBBLE. Astrophys. J. Lett. 2014;791 (1):3.
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  7. Stubbs T, Farrell W, Halekas J, Burchill J, Collier M, Zimmerman M, Vondrak R, Delory G, Pfaff R. DEPENDENCE OF LUNAR SURFACE CHARGING ON SOLAR WIND PLASMA CONDITIONS AND SOLAR IRRADIATION. Planetary and Space Science. 2013;in press
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  8. Thomas N, Carter J, Chiao M, Chornay D, Collado-Vega Y, Collier M, Cravens T, Galeazzi M, Koutroumpa D, Kujawski J, Kuntz K, Kuznetsova M, Lepri S, McCammon D, Morgan K, Porter F, Prasai K, Read A, Robertson I, Sembay S, Sibeck D, Snowden S, Uprety Y, Walsh B. DXL AND STORM SOUNDING ROCKET MISSION. In: UV, X-RAY, AND GAMMA-RAY SPACE INSTRUMENTATION FOR ASTRONOMY XVIII. Conference on UV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Space Instrumentation for Astronomy XVIII; AUG 25-26, 2013; San Diego, CA. 2013. p. 12.
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  9. Collier M, Farrell W, Stubbs T. LUNAR DUST PENDULUM. Advances in Space Research. 2013;52 (2):251-261.
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  10. Sembay S, Branduardi-Raymont G, Eastwood J, Sibeck D, Abbey A, Brown P, Carter J, Carr C, Forsyth C, Kataria D, Kemble S, Milan S, Owen C, Read A, Peacocke L, Arridge C, Coates A, Collier M, Cowley S, Fazakerley A, Fraser G, Jones G, Lallement R, Lester M, Porter F, Yeoman T. AXIOM: ADVANCED X-RAY IMAGING OF THE MAGNETOSHEATH. Astro. Nachr. 2012;333 (4):388-392.
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  11. Branduardi-Raymont G, Sembay S, Eastwood J, Sibeck D, Abbey T, Brown P, Carter J, Carr C, Forsyth C, Kataria D, Kemble S, Milan S, Owen C, Peacocke L, Read A, Coates A, Collier M, Cowley S, Fazakerley A, Fraser G, Jones G, Lallement R, Lester M, Porter F, Yeoman T. AXIOM: ADVANCED X-RAY IMAGING OF THE MAGNETOSPHERE. Exp. Astron. 2012;33 (2-3 SI):403-443.
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  12. Collier M, Porter F, Sibeck D, Carter J, Chiao M, Chornay D, Cravens T, Galeazzi M, Keller J, Koutroumpa D, Kuntz K, Read A, Robertson I, Sembay S, Snowden S, Thomas N. PROTOTYPING A GLOBAL SOFT X-RAY IMAGING INSTRUMENT FOR HELIOPHYSICS, PLANETARY SCIENCE, AND ASTROPHYSICS SCIENCE. Astro. Nachr. 2012;333 (4):378-382.
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  13. Galeazzi M, Collier M, Cravens T, Koutroumpa D, Kuntz K, Lepri S, McCammon D, Porter F, Prasai K, Robertson I, Snowden S, Thomas N, Uprety Y. SOLAR WIND CHARGE EXCHANGE AND LOCAL HOT BUBBLE X-RAY EMISSION WITH THE DXL SOUNDING ROCKET EXPERIMENT. Astro. Nachr. 2012;333 (4):383-387.
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  14. Robertson I, Cravens T, Sibeck D, Collier M, Kuntz K. SOLAR WIND CHARGE EXCHANGE DURING GEOMAGNETIC STORMS. Astro. Nachr. 2012;333 (4):309-312.
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  15. Galeazzi M, Chiao M, Collier M, Cravens T, Koutroumpa D, Kuntz K, Lepri S, McCammon D, Porter F, Prasai K, Robertson I, Snowden S, Uprety Y. DXL: A SOUNDING ROCKET MISSION FOR THE STUDY OF SOLAR WIND CHARGE EXCHANGE AND LOCAL HOT BUBBLE X-RAY EMISSION. Exp. Astron. 2011;32 (2):83-99.
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  16. Gopalswamy N, Davila J, Cyr O, Sittler E, Auchère F, Jr. T, Hoeksema J, Maksimovic M, MacDowall R, Szabo A, Collier M. EARTH-AFFECTING SOLAR CAUSES OBSERVATORY (EASCO): A POTENTIAL INTERNATIONAL LIVING WITH A STAR MISSION FROM SUN-EARTH L5. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. 2011;73 (5-6):658-663.
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  17. Farrell W, Stubbs T, Jackson T, Colaprete A, Heldmann J, Schultz P, Killen R, Delory G, Halekas J, Marshall J, Zimmerman M, Collier M, Vondrak R. ELECTRICAL EVOLUTION OF A DUST PLUME FROM A LOW ENERGY LUNAR IMPACT; A MODEL ANALOG TO LCROSS. In: Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Forty-second lunar and planetary science conference; March 7-11, 2011; Woodlands, TX, USA, United States. 2011. 1760.
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  18. Collier M, Hills H, Stubbs T, Halekas J, Delory G, Espley J, Farrell W, Freeman J, Vondrak R. LUNAR SURFACE ELECTRIC POTENTIAL CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH TRAVERSALS THROUGH THE EARTH'S FORESHOCK. Planetary and Space Science. 2011;59 (14):1727-1743.
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  19. Stubbs T, Glenar D, Farrell W, Vondrak R, Collier M, Halekas J, Delory G. ON THE ROLE OF DUST IN THE LUNAR IONOSPHERE. Planetary and Space Science. 2011;59 (13):1659-1664.
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  20. Farrell W, Halekas J, Stubbs T, Delory G, Killen R, Hartle R, Collier M. REGARDING THE POSSIBLE GENERATION OF A LUNAR NIGHTSIDE EXO-IONOSPHERE. Icarus. 2011;216 (1):169-172.
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