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1.

MAVEN observations of the response of Mars to an interplanetary coronal mass ejection.

Jakosky BM, Grebowsky JM, Luhmann JG, Connerney J, Eparvier F, Ergun R, Halekas J, Larson D, Mahaffy P, McFadden J, Mitchell DF, Schneider N, Zurek R, Bougher S, Brain D, Ma YJ, Mazelle C, Andersson L, Andrews D, Baird D, Baker D, Bell JM, Benna M, Chaffin M, Chamberlin P, Chaufray YY, Clarke J, Collinson G, Combi M, Crary F, Cravens T, Crismani M, Curry S, Curtis D, Deighan J, Delory G, Dewey R, DiBraccio G, Dong C, Dong Y, Dunn P, Elrod M, England S, Eriksson A, Espley J, Evans S, Fang X, Fillingim M, Fortier K, Fowler CM, Fox J, Gröller H, Guzewich S, Hara T, Harada Y, Holsclaw G, Jain SK, Jolitz R, Leblanc F, Lee CO, Lee Y, Lefevre F, Lillis R, Livi R, Lo D, Mayyasi M, McClintock W, McEnulty T, Modolo R, Montmessin F, Morooka M, Nagy A, Olsen K, Peterson W, Rahmati A, Ruhunusiri S, Russell CT, Sakai S, Sauvaud JA, Seki K, Steckiewicz M, Stevens M, Stewart AI, Stiepen A, Stone S, Tenishev V, Thiemann E, Tolson R, Toublanc D, Vogt M, Weber T, Withers P, Woods T, Yelle R.

Science. 2015 Nov 6;350(6261):aad0210. doi: 10.1126/science.aad0210.

2.

Atmosphere and water loss from early Mars under extreme solar wind and extreme ultraviolet conditions.

Terada N, Kulikov YN, Lammer H, Lichtenegger HI, Tanaka T, Shinagawa H, Zhang T.

Astrobiology. 2009 Jan-Feb;9(1):55-70. doi: 10.1089/ast.2008.0250.

PMID:
19216683
3.

Mars' atmospheric history derived from upper-atmosphere measurements of 38Ar/36Ar.

Jakosky BM, Slipski M, Benna M, Mahaffy P, Elrod M, Yelle R, Stone S, Alsaeed N.

Science. 2017 Mar 31;355(6332):1408-1410. doi: 10.1126/science.aai7721.

PMID:
28360326
4.

Early MAVEN Deep Dip campaign reveals thermosphere and ionosphere variability.

Bougher S, Jakosky B, Halekas J, Grebowsky J, Luhmann J, Mahaffy P, Connerney J, Eparvier F, Ergun R, Larson D, McFadden J, Mitchell D, Schneider N, Zurek R, Mazelle C, Andersson L, Andrews D, Baird D, Baker DN, Bell JM, Benna M, Brain D, Chaffin M, Chamberlin P, Chaufray JY, Clarke J, Collinson G, Combi M, Crary F, Cravens T, Crismani M, Curry S, Curtis D, Deighan J, Delory G, Dewey R, DiBraccio G, Dong C, Dong Y, Dunn P, Elrod M, England S, Eriksson A, Espley J, Evans S, Fang X, Fillingim M, Fortier K, Fowler CM, Fox J, Gröller H, Guzewich S, Hara T, Harada Y, Holsclaw G, Jain SK, Jolitz R, Leblanc F, Lee CO, Lee Y, Lefevre F, Lillis R, Livi R, Lo D, Ma Y, Mayyasi M, McClintock W, McEnulty T, Modolo R, Montmessin F, Morooka M, Nagy A, Olsen K, Peterson W, Rahmati A, Ruhunusiri S, Russell CT, Sakai S, Sauvaud JA, Seki K, Steckiewicz M, Stevens M, Stewart AI, Stiepen A, Stone S, Tenishev V, Thiemann E, Tolson R, Toublanc D, Vogt M, Weber T, Withers P, Woods T, Yelle R.

Science. 2015 Nov 6;350(6261):aad0459. doi: 10.1126/science.aad0459.

5.

Role of the ionosphere for the atmospheric evolution of planets.

Yamauchi M, Wahlund JE.

Astrobiology. 2007 Oct;7(5):783-800. Review.

PMID:
17963477
6.

Discovery of diffuse aurora on Mars.

Schneider NM, Deighan JI, Jain SK, Stiepen A, Stewart AI, Larson D, Mitchell DL, Mazelle C, Lee CO, Lillis RJ, Evans JS, Brain D, Stevens MH, McClintock WE, Chaffin MS, Crismani M, Holsclaw GM, Lefevre F, Lo DY, Clarke JT, Montmessin F, Jakosky BM.

Science. 2015 Nov 6;350(6261):aad0313. doi: 10.1126/science.aad0313.

7.

Structure and composition of the neutral upper atmosphere of Mars from the MAVEN NGIMS investigation.

Mahaffy PR, Benna M, Elrod M, Yelle RV, Bougher SW, Stone SW, Jakosky BM.

Geophys Res Lett. 2015 Nov 16;42(21):8951-8957. Epub 2015 Nov 5.

8.

Solar wind-induced atmospheric erosion at Mars: first results from ASPERA-3 on Mars Express.

Lundin R, Barabash S, Andersson H, Holmström M, Grigoriev A, Yamauchi M, Sauvaud JA, Fedorov A, Budnik E, Thocaven JJ, Winningham D, Frahm R, Scherrer J, Sharber J, Asamura K, Hayakawa H, Coates A, Linder DR, Curtis C, Hsieh KC, Sandel BR, Grande M, Carter M, Reading DH, Koskinen H, Kallio E, Riihela P, Schmidt W, Säles T, Kozyra J, Krupp N, Woch J, Luhmann J, McKenna-Lawler S, Cerulli-Irelli R, Orsini S, Maggi M, Mura A, Milillo A, Roelof E, Williams D, Livi S, Brandt P, Wurz P, Bochsler P.

Science. 2004 Sep 24;305(5692):1933-6.

9.

Comment on estimating the solar proton environment that may affect Mars missions.

Smart DF, Shea MA.

Adv Space Res. 2003;31(1):45-50.

PMID:
12577924
10.

Plasma observations during the Mars atmospheric "plume" event of March-April 2012.

Andrews DJ, Barabash S, Edberg NJT, Gurnett DA, Hall BES, Holmström M, Lester M, Morgan DD, Opgenoorth HJ, Ramstad R, Sanchez-Cano B, Way M, Witasse O.

J Geophys Res Space Phys. 2016 Apr;121(4):3139-3154. doi: 10.1002/2015JA022023. Epub 2016 Apr 15.

11.

Mars' volatile and climate history.

Jakosky BM, Phillips RJ.

Nature. 2001 Jul 12;412(6843):237-44.

PMID:
11449285
12.

Evidence of water vapor in excess of saturation in the atmosphere of Mars.

Maltagliati L, Montmessin F, Fedorova A, Korablev O, Forget F, Bertaux JL.

Science. 2011 Sep 30;333(6051):1868-71. doi: 10.1126/science.1207957.

13.

Little or no solar wind enters Venus' atmosphere at solar minimum.

Zhang TL, Delva M, Baumjohann W, Auster HU, Carr C, Russell CT, Barabash S, Balikhin M, Kudela K, Berghofer G, Biernat HK, Lammer H, Lichtenegger H, Magnes W, Nakamura R, Schwingenschuh K, Volwerk M, Vörös Z, Zambelli W, Fornacon KH, Glassmeier KH, Richter I, Balogh A, Schwarzl H, Pope SA, Shi JK, Wang C, Motschmann U, Lebreton JP.

Nature. 2007 Nov 29;450(7170):654-6.

PMID:
18046399
14.

Dust observations at orbital altitudes surrounding Mars.

Andersson L, Weber TD, Malaspina D, Crary F, Ergun RE, Delory GT, Fowler CM, Morooka MW, McEnulty T, Eriksson AI, Andrews DJ, Horanyi M, Collette A, Yelle R, Jakosky BM.

Science. 2015 Nov 6;350(6261):aad0398. doi: 10.1126/science.aad0398.

15.

Plasma observations at venus with galileo.

Frank LA, Paterson WR, Ackerson KL, Coroniti FV, Vasyliunas VM.

Science. 1991 Sep 27;253(5027):1528-31.

PMID:
17784095
16.

A slightly more massive young Sun as an explanation for warm temperatures on early Mars.

Whitmire DP, Doyle LR, Reynolds RT, Matese JJ.

J Geophys Res. 1995 Mar 25;100(E3):5457-64.

PMID:
11539571
17.

Ion Densities in the Nightside Ionosphere of Mars: Effects of Electron Impact Ionization.

Girazian Z, Mahaffy P, Lillis RJ, Benna M, Elrod M, Fowler CM, Mitchell DL.

Geophys Res Lett. 2017 Nov 28;44(22):11248-11256. doi: 10.1002/2017GL075431. Epub 2017 Oct 26.

18.

First measurement of helium on Mars: implications for the problem of radiogenic gases on the terrestrial planets.

Krasnopolsky VA, Bowyer S, Chakrabarti S, Gladstone GR, McDonald JS.

Icarus. 1994 Jun;109(2):337-51.

PMID:
11539139
19.

Venus: ionosphere and atmosphere as measured by dual-frequency radio occultation of mariner v.

Mariner Stanford Group.

Science. 1967 Dec 29;158(3809):1678-83.

PMID:
17749790
20.

On the generation of magnetosheath high-speed jets by bow shock ripples.

Hietala H, Plaschke F.

J Geophys Res Space Phys. 2013 Nov;118(11):7237-7245. Epub 2013 Nov 27.

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