Killen, Rosemary Margaret

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  1. Cassidy T, Merkel A, Burger M, Sarantos M, Killen R, McClintock W, Vervack R. MERCURY'S SEASONAL SODIUM EXOSPHERE: MESSENGER ORBITAL OBSERVATIONS. Icarus. 2014;
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  2. Domingue D, Chapman C, Killen R, Zurbuchen T, Gilbert J, Sarantos M, Benna M, Slavin J, Schriver D, Trávníček P, Orlando T, Sprague A, Blewett D, Gillis-Davis J, Feldman W, Lawrence D, Ho G, Ebel D, Nittler L, Vilas F, Pieters C, Solomon S, Johnson C, Winslow R, Helbert J, Peplowski P, Weider S, Mouawad N, Izenberg N, McClintock W. MERCURY'S WEATHER-BEATEN SURFACE: UNDERSTANDING MERCURY IN THE CONTEXT OF LUNAR AND ASTEROIDAL SPACE WEATHERING STUDIES. Space Sci Rev. 2014;181 (1-4):121-124.
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  3. Burger M, Killen R, McClintock W, Merkel A, Vervack R, Cassidy T, Sarantos M. SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN MERCURY'S DAYSIDE CALCIUM EXOSPHERE. Icarus. 2014;238 51-58.
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  4. Farrell W, Poppe A, Zimmerman M, Halekas J, Delory G, Killen R. LUNAR PHOTOELECTRON SHEATH: A CHANGE IN TRAPPING EFFICIENCY DURING A SOLAR STORM. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets. 2013;118 (5):1114-1122.
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  5. Potter A, Killen R, Reardon K, Bida T. OBSERVATION OF NEUTRAL SODIUM ABOVE MERCURY DURING THE TRANSIT OF NOVEMBER 8, 2006. Icarus. 2013;226 (1):172-185.
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  6. Farrell W, Hurley D, Hodges R, Killen R, Halekas J, Zimmerman M, Delory G. REDISTRIBUTION OF LUNAR POLAR WATER TO MID-LATITUDES AND ITS ROLE IN FORMING AN OH VENEER. Planet Space Sci. 2013;89 15-20.
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  7. Killen R, Hurley D, Farrell W. EFFECT ON THE LUNAR EXOSPHERE OF A CORONAL MASS EJECTION PASSAGE. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets. 2012;117 15.
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  8. Sarantos M, Hartle R, Killen R, Saito Y, Slavin J, Glocer A. FLUX ESTIMATES OF IONS FROM THE LUNAR EXOSPHERE. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2012;39 6.
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  9. Slavin J, Imber S, Boardsen S, DiBraccio G, Sundberg T, Sarantos M, Nieves-Chinchilla T, Szabo A, Anderson B, Korth H, Zurbuchen T, Raines J, Johnson C, Winslow R, Killen R, McNutt R, Solomon S. MESSENGER OBSERVATIONS OF A FLUX-TRANSFER-EVENT SHOWER AT MERCURY. J. Geophys. Res-Space Phys. 2012;117 12.
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  10. Sarantos M, Killen R, Glenar D, Benna M, Stubbs T. METALLIC SPECIES, OXYGEN AND SILICON IN THE LUNAR EXOSPHERE: UPPER LIMITS AND PROSPECTS FOR LADEE MEASUREMENTS. J. Geophys. Res-Space Phys. 2012;117 16.
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  11. Burger M, Killen R, McClintock W, Vervack R, Merkel A, Sprague A, Sarantos M. MODELING MESSENGER OBSERVATIONS OF CALCIUM IN MERCURY'S EXOSPHERE. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets. 2012;117 15.
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  12. Farrell W, Halekas J, Killen R, Delory G, Gross N, Bleacher L, Krauss-Varben D, Travnicek P, Hurley D, Stubbs T, Zimmerman M, Jackson T. SOLAR-STORM/LUNAR ATMOSPHERE MODEL (SSLAM): AN OVERVIEW OF THE EFFORT AND DESCRIPTION OF THE DRIVING STORM ENVIRONMENT. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets. 2012;117 11.
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  13. Mouawad N, Burger M, Killen R, Potter A, McClintock W, Vervack R, Bradley E, Benna M, Naidu S. CONSTRAINTS ON MERCURY'S NA EXOSPHERE: COMBINED MESSENGER AND GROUND-BASED DATA. Icarus. 2011;211 (1):21-36.
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  14. Farrell W, Killen R, Vondrak R, Hurley D, Stubbs T, Delory G, Halekas J. COULD LUNAR POLAR ICE BE A "FOUNTAIN" SOURCE FOR THE DAYSIDE WATER VENEER?. 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. 1770.
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  15. Jackson T, Farrell W, Killen R, Delory G, Halekas J, Stubbs T. DISCHARGING OF ROVING OBJECTS IN THE LUNAR POLAR REGIONS. J. Spacecr. Rockets. 2011;48 (4):700-704.
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  16. 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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  17. Sarantos M, Killen R, McClintock W, Bradley E, Vervack R, Benna M, Slavin J. LIMITS TO MERCURY'S MAGNESIUM EXOSPHERE FROM MESSENGER SECOND FLYBY OBSERVATIONS. Planetary and Space Science. 2011;59 (15):1992-2003.
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  18. Keller J, Killen R, Stubbs T, Farrell W, Halekas J. LUNAR ION TRANSPORT NEAR MAGNETIC ANOMALIES; POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS FOR SWIRL FORMATION. 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. 1817.
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  19. Milillo A, Orsini S, Hsieh K, Baragiola R, Fama M, Johnson R, Mura A, Plainaki C, Sarantos M, Cassidy T, De Angelis E, Desai M, Goldstein R, Ip W, Killen R, Livi S. OBSERVING PLANETS AND SMALL BODIES IN SPUTTERED HIGH-ENERGY ATOM FLUXES. J. Geophys. Res-Space Phys. 2011;116 14.
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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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