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Cao, X., Halekas, J., Poppe, A., Chu, F., Glassmeier K.-H., The Acceleration of Lunar Ions by Magnetic Forces in the Terrestrial Magnetotail Lobes, JGR Space Physics, May 18 2020, 125, e2020JA027829, DOI:
Cao, X., Halekas, J., J. S., Chu, F., Kistler,M., Poppe, A. R., & Glassmeier, K. H.(2020).Plasma convection in the terrestrial magnetotail lobes measured near the Moon's orbit. Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL090217, DOI:
Chu, F., Halekas, J. S., Cao, X., McFadden, J. P., Bonnell, J. W., & Glassmeier, K.-H. (2021). Electrostatic waves and electron heating observed over lunar crustal magnetic anomalies. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 126, e2020JA028880, DOI:
Cooper, John F., Shadia R. Habbal, Benjamin Boe, Vassilis Angelopoulos, David G. Sibeck, Nikolaos Paschalidis, Edward C. Sittler Jr., Lan Jian, Rosemary M. Killen, Lunar Solar Occultation Explorer (LunaSOX). Front. Astron. Space Sci., 23 June 2023.
Dawkins, E. C. M., M. Sarantos, D. Janches, E. Mierkiewicz , and A. Colaprete, Selenographic and Local Time Dependence of Lunar Exospheric Sodium as Observed by LADEE. The Planetary Science Journal, 3:220 (15pp), 2022 September
Deca, J., A. R. Poppe, A. Divin and B. Lembege, 2021. The plasma Environment surrounding the Reiner Gamma magnetic anomaly. JGR Space Physics.
de Wet, Wouter C., Slaba, Tony C., Rahmanifard, Fatemeh, Wilson, Jody K., Jordan, Andrew P., Townsend, Lawrence W., Schwadron, Nathan A., Spence, Harlan E., CRaTER Observations and Permissible Mission Duration for Human Operations in Deep Space, Life Sciences in Space Research (2020). DOI:
F8. W. M. Farrell, P. E. Clark, M. R. Collier, B. Malphrus, D. C. Folta, M. Keidar, D. C. Bradley, R. J. MacDowall, and J. W. Keller, 2021. Terminator Double Layer Explorer (TerDLE): Examining the Near-Moon Lunar Wake, The Planetary Science Journal, 2:61 (8pp),
Farrell et al. (2022), A Lingering Local Exosphere Created by a Gas Plume of a Lunar Lander, Icarus, 376, 114857,
Farrell, W. M., Clark, P. E., Collier, M. R., Malphrus, B., Folta, D. C., Keidar, M., Bradley, D. C., MacDowall, R. J., and Keller, J. W., Terminator Double Layer Explorer (TerDLE): Examining the Near-Moon Lunar Wake, The Planetary Science Journal, 2:61 (8pp), 2021 April, DOI:
Hodges, R. R. and Farrell, W. M., The arid regolith of the Moon, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2022, DOI:
Hodges, R. R. and Farrell, W. M., The anhydrous regolith of the Moon, Geophys. Res. Lett., published online DOI:
Hodges, R. R. and Farrell, W. M., The arid regolith of the Moon, Geophys. Res. Lett. doi:10.1029/2022GL099351
Honnibal, C. I., Lucey, P. G., Li, S., Shenoy, S., Orlando, T. M., Hibbitts, C. A., Hurley, D. M., and Farrell, W. M. (2020), Water on the Moon: SOFIA detection of the 6 micron H2O emission feature, Nature, 2020, DOI:
Howard, S. K., Halekas, J. S., Farrell, W. M., McFadden, J. P., & Glassmeier, K.-H. (2020), Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field influence on ultra low frequency waves and reflected ions near the Moon, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, DOI: .
Jordan, A.P., J.K. Wilson, H.E. Spence, Energetic charged particle dose rates in water ice on the Moon, Icarus 395, 115477, 2023, DOI: doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2023.115477.
Jordan, A. P., M.L. Shusterman, C. J. Udovicic, Modeling the production of submicroscopic iron in the lunar highlands. Icarus, 387, 115184, 2022. DOI:
Jordan, A. P. (2022), Reevaluating how charged particles cause space weathering on airless bodies, Icarus, 376, 114878, doi:
Jordan, A. P. Evidence for dielectric breakdown weathering on the Moon. Icarus, 114199, DOI:
Jordan, A. P., A. W. Case, J. K. Wilson, C.-L. Huang, Evidence that Earth's magnetotail affects dielectric breakdown weathering on the Moon, Icarus, 383, 115011, DOI:
Killen, Rosemary M., Morgan, Thomas H., Potter, Andrew E., Bacon, Giovanni, Ajang, Irima and Poppe, Andrew R. Coronagraphic Observations of the Lunar Sodium Exosphere 2018- 2019, Icarus, 355, 2021, DOI:
Killen, Rosemary M., Thomas H. Morgan, Andrew E. Potter, Claude Plymate, Roy Tucker, and Jamil D. Johnson, Coronagraphic Observations of the Lunar Sodium Exosphere January - June, 2017, Icarus, 2019, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2019.02.027
Kistler, Michael, Halekas, Jasper, McFadden, James, Mieth, Johannes Z.D., Distribution and variability of plasma perturbations observed by ARTEMIS near the Moon in the terrestrial magnetotail, Advances in Space Research, 2021, DOI:
Kuruppuaratchi, D. et al., Latitudinal and radial dependence of the lunar sodium exospheric temperature and linewidths, Icarus,
Liuzzo, L., Poppe A.R., Halekas J.S. (2022), A statistical study of the Moon's magnetotail plasma environment, J. Geophys. Res., 127, e30260.
Liuzzo, L., Poppe A.R., Halekas J.S., Simon S., Cao X. (2021), Investigating the Moon'sinteraction with the terrestrial magnetotail lobe plasma, Geophys. Res. Lett., 9, e2021GL093566.
Lolachi, R., D. A. Glenar, and T. J. Stubbs (2022). Optical monitoring of the dust environment at lunar surface exploration sites. Planetary and Space Science, Volume 234, 15 September 2023, 105709, DOI:
Lucey et al., Volatile interactions with the lunar surface, Geochemistry, 82, 125858 (2022)
Mclain, J. L., Loeffler, M., Farrell, W. M. et al. 2021. Hydroxylation of Apollo 17 Soil Sample 78421 by Solar Wind Protons . Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, DOI:
Morrissey, L. S., M. Schaible, O. J. Tucker, P. Szabo, G. Bacon, R. M. Killen, D. W. Savin, Establishing a Best-Practice for SDTrimSP Simulations of Solar Wind Ion Sputtering, Planetary and Space Science, 2023, DOI:
Morrissey, L.S., Pratt, D., Farrell, W.M., Tucker, O.J., Nakhla, S., Killen, R.M. (2022) Simulating the diffusion of hydrogen in amorphous silicates: A 'jumping' migration process and its implications for solar wind implanted lunar volatiles, Icarus, 114979, DOI:
Morrissey, L. S., Tucker, O. J., Killen, R. M., Nakhla, S., & Savin, D. W. (2022). Solar Wind Ion Sputtering of Sodium from Silicates Using Molecular Dynamics Calculations of Surface Binding Energies. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 925(1), L6. DOI:
Morrissey, L. S., Tucker, O. J., Killen, R. M., Nakhla, S., & Savin, D. W. (2021). Sputtering of surfaces by ion irradiation: A comparison of molecular dynamics and binary collision approximation models to laboratory measurements. Journal of Applied Physics, 130(1), 013302. DOI:
Nénon, Q. and Poppe, A.R., On the long-term weathering of airless body surfaces by the heavy minor ions of the solar wind: inputs from ion observations and SRIM simulations, Planetary Science Journal, 1, #3, 11 pp., 2020, DOI:
Nénon, Q., Poppe, A.R., Rahmati, A., Lee, C. O. and Fowler, C. M., Phobos surface sputtering as inferred from MAVEN ion observations. Journ. Geophys. Res. Planets, 2019, DOI:
Nénon, Q., Poppe, A.R., Rahmati & J. P. McFadden. Implantation of Martian atmospheric ions within the regolith of Phobos. Nature Geoscience 14, 61-66 (2021). 10.1038/s41561-020-00682-0.
Nénon, Q., Poppe, A.R., Bombardment of lunar polar crater interiors by out-of-ecliptic ions: ARTEMIS observations. Planet. Sci. Journ. 2:116 (10 pp), 2021. 10.3847/PSJ/abfda2
Poppe, A. R. and C. O. Lee, 2022, The effects of solar cycle variability on Nanodust dynamics in the inner heliosphere: Predictions for future STEREO/WAVES Measurements, JGR Space Physics. 127, DOI:
Poppe, A. et al., Fractionation of Solar Wind Minor Ion Precipitation by the Lunar Paleomagnetosphere, Plan. Sci. J., 2(60), 2021, DOI:
Poppe, A. R. et al., A comprehensive model for pickup ion formation at the Moon. Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets. 2022JE007422. submitted.
Poppe, A. R., S. Xu, L. Liuzzo, J. S. Halekas, and Y. Harada, ARTEMIS Observations of Lunar Nightside Surface Potentials in the Magnetotail Lobes: Evidence for Micrometeoroid Impact Charging, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2021. 10.1029/2021GL094585.
Prem, P., Hurley, D.M., Goldstein, D.B., Varghese P.L., The Evolution of a Spacecraft-Generated Lunar Exosphere, JGR Planets, 11 August 2020, DOI:
Rahmanifard, F., A. P. Jordan, W. C. de Wet, N. A. Schwadron, J. Wilson, M. J. Owens, H. E. Spence, P. Riley (2022), Evidence from galactic cosmic rays that the Sun has likely entered a secular minimum in solar activity, Space Weather, in press, DOI:
Rahmanifard F. et. al., Galactic Cosmic Radiation in the Interplanetary Space Through a Modern Secular Minimum, Space Weather, July 2020, DOI:
Rasca et al. (2022), Modeling the lunar wake response to a CME using a hybrid-PIC model, Planetary Sci. Journal, 3:4,
Rasca, A. S. Fatemi, Farrell, W.M. and Poppe, A.R., A double disturbed lunar plasma wake, JGR, 2021, DOI:
Rhodes D.J. and Farrell, W.M., Mapping the predicted solar wind hydrogen flux in lunar south polar craters, Planetary Science Journal, May 8 2020, DOI:

Rhodes, D.J. and W.M. Farrell, Plasma expansion towards an electrically insulated surface, Journal of Plasma Physics, 86, Article #905860204, March 2020, DOI:

Rhodes, D.J. and W.M. Farrell, Steady-state solution of a solar-wind generated electron cloud in a lunar crater, JGR Space Physics, 124, 4983-4993, July 4 2019, DOI:
Rhodes D.J., Farrell, W.M., McLain, J.L., Tribocharging and Electrical Grounding of a Drill in Shadowed Regions of the Moon, Advances in Space Research, Volume 66, Issue 4, Pages 753-759, May 16, 2020. MS#14777, DOI:
Sarantos, M. and Tsavachidis, The boundary of alkali surface boundary exospheres of Mercury and the Moon. Geophys. Res. Lett., 2020, DOI:
Sarantos, M. and Tsavachidis, Lags in desorption of lunar volatiles. Astrophys. Journ. Lett. 919: L14, 7pp, 2021.
Sawyer, Rhyan, and Jasper Halekas, Survey of Electron Heating and Implications for Wave-Particle Interactions Near the Lunar Surface :ARTEMIS Observations. Geophys. Res Lett., 2023 doi: 10.1029/2022JA030740
Saxena, Prabal, Liam Morrissey, Rosemary M. Killen, Jason McLain, Li Hsia Yeo, Natalie Curran, Nithin Abraham, Heather Graham, Orenthal Tucker, Menelaos Sarantos, Aaron Regberg, Diane Pugel and Andrew Needham, In-Situ Optimized Substrate Witness Plates: Ground Truth for Key Processes on the Moon and Other Planets, Earth and Space Science, In Press, 2023. Paper #2023EA003004-TR
Szabo, P. S., A. R. Poppe, A. Mutzke, S. Fatemi, A. Vorburger, and P. Wurz, Energetic Neutral Atom (ENA) emission characteristics at the Moon and Mercury from 3D regolith simulations of solar wind reflection, J. Geophys. Res.: Planets,
Szabo, P. S., Poppe, A.R., Biber, H., Mutzke, A., Pichler, J., Jäggi, N., Galli, A., Wurz, P., Aumayr, F., Deducing Lunar Regolith Porosity from Energetic Neutral Atom Emission, Geophys. Res. Lett. 2022, DOI:
Tucker, O. J., Farrell, W. M. and Poppe, A. R., On the Effect of Magnetospheric Shielding on the Lunar Hydrogen Cycle, JGR, 2021, DOI:
Tucker, O. J., W. M. Farrell, R. M. Killen, D. M. Hurley, Solar wind implantation into the lunar regolith: Monte Carlo simulations of H retention in a surface with defects and the H2 exosphere, Journ. Geophys. Res. 124, 278-293, 2019. doi:10.1029/2018JE005805.
Tucker, O.J., Killen, R. M., Johnson, R. E. and Saxena, P., Lifetime of a transient atmosphere produced by lunar volcanism. Icarus, 2021, DOI:

Wilson, J.K. et al., Precise Detections of solar particle events and a new view of the Moon, Geophysical Research Letters, 2020, DOI:

Xin Cao, Jasper Halekas, Andrew Poppe, Feng Chu, Karl‐Heinz Glassmeier, The Acceleration of Lunar Ions by Magnetic Forces in the Terrestrial Magnetotail Lobes, JGR, 2020.
Xu, S., Poppe, A.R., Halekas, J.S. and Harada, Y., Reflected protons in the lunar wake and their effects on wake potentials, JGR Space Physics, June 7 2020, DOI:
Yeo, LiHsia, Xu Wang, Adrienne Dove and Mihaly Horanyi, Laboratory investigations of triboelectric charging of dust by rover wheels, Adv. Space Res. 72, 1861-1869, 2023, .

NESF 2022 Abstracts – Short titles

Barry, Caela,
Embedding Science Journalism Students in NASA
Farrell, William,
A Lingering Local Exosphere
Hurley, D.,
Implications from scale-lengths of volatile structures
Jordan, A.,
Evidence that Earth's magnetotail affects dielectric breakdown weathering
Keller, J.,
Post proton irradiation increase in O- and OH- sputtering yields on Apollo sample 75201
Killen, R.,
Discussions of Lunar Environmental Protection
Lolachi, Ramin,
Optical Characterization of the DART Impact Plume: Importance of Realistic Ejecta Scattering Properties
McLain, Jason,
Survivability of prebiotic molecules
Morrissey, L.,
Best-practice for SDTrimSP simulations
Poppe, A.,
A comprehensive model for pickup ion formation
Prem, P.,
Reconsidering the Radar Scattering Characteristics
Sarantos, M.,
Effects of porosity on exospheric gas release
Schaible, Micah,
Electrostatically charged dust grain interactions with phospho-lipid Bi-layers
Szabo, Paul S.,
Insights into direct ion precipitation
Tucker, O. J.,
Revisiting Ion-Induced electronic sputtering
Yeo, Li Hsia,
Regolith Dust Mobilization

LEAG 2022 Abstracts

Looper, MD. et al.,
Prem P., Bennett K.,
Inclusive Lunar Exploration LSSW
Saxena P., Graham H. V., Curran N. M.,

EPSC 2022 Abstracts

Killen, R. M. et al.,
Variation of g-values of major species with heliocentric velocity