Electron transport and precipitation at mercury during the MESSENGER flybys: Implications for electron-stimulated desorption

Record Type

  • Journal Articles

Full Title

  • Electron transport and precipitation at mercury during the MESSENGER flybys: Implications for electron-stimulated desorption

Author(s)

  • Schriver D, Trávnícek P, Ashour-Abdalla M, Richard R, Hellinger P, Slavin J, Anderson B, Baker D, Benna M, Boardsen S, Gold R, Ho G, Korth H, Krimigis S, McClintock W, McLain J, Orlando T, Sarantos M, Sprague A, Starr R

Publication Title

Publication Date

  • 2011 Dec

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.pss.2011.03.008

ISSN

  • 0032-0633

Volume

  • 59

Issue

  • 15

Issue Title

  • Mercury after the MESSENGER flybys

First Page

  • 2026

Last Page

  • 2036

Keyword(s)

Citation

  • Schriver D, Trávnícek P, Ashour-Abdalla M, Richard R, Hellinger P, Slavin J, Anderson B, Baker D, Benna M, Boardsen S, et al. Electron transport and precipitation at mercury during the MESSENGER flybys: Implications for electron-stimulated desorption. Planetary and Space Science. 2011;59 (15):2026-2036.

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