Lunar surface electric potential changes associated with traversals through the Earth's foreshock

Record Type

  • Journal Articles

Full Title

  • Lunar surface electric potential changes associated with traversals through the Earth's foreshock

Author(s)

  • Collier M, Hills H, Stubbs T, Halekas J, Delory G, Espley J, Farrell W, Freeman J, Vondrak R

Publication Title

Publication Date

  • 2011 Nov

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.pss.2010.12.010

ISSN

  • 0032-0633

Volume

  • 59

Issue

  • 14

Issue Title

  • Lunar Dust, Atmosphere and Plasma: The Next Steps

First Page

  • 1727

Last Page

  • 1743

Keyword(s)

Citation

  • 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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