文章列表

  1. Statistical properties of Ultraluminous IRAS galaxies from an HST imaging survey, Cui, J., Xia, X.-, Deng, Z.-G., Mao, S., and Zou, Z.-L., 2001, The Astronomical Journal, 122, 63-82
  2. Molecular hydrogen in the damped Lyα absorber of Q1331+170, Cui, J., Bechtold, J., Ge, J., and Meyer, D. M., 2005, The Astrophysical Journal, 633, 649-663
  3. Elemental abundance measurements in low-redshift damped Lyman α absorbers, Meiring, J. D., Kulkarni, V. P., Khare, P., Bechtold, J., York, D. G., Cui, J., Lauroesch, J. T., Crotts, A. P. S., and Osamu, N., 2006, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 370, 43-62
  4. Distribution and escape of molecular hydrogen in Titan’s thermosphere and exosphere, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., and Volk, K., 2008, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 113, E10004
  5. Methane escape from Titan’s atmosphere, Yelle, R. V., Cui, J., and Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., 2008, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 113, E10003
  6. Horizontal structures and dynamics of Titan’s thermosphere, Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Yelle, R. V., Cui, J., and Waite Jr., J. H., 2008, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 113, E10005
  7. Research and development of the lunar exploration, Wang, W.-, Li, F., 2008, Progress in Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 23, 1751-1757
  8. Formation and distribution of benzene on Titan, Vuitton, V., Yelle, R. V., and Cui, J., 2008, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 113, E05007
  9. Transpolar potential and reconnection voltage of the Earth from global MHD simulations, Peng, Z., Lai, H.-, and Hu, Y.-Q., 2008, Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, A04203
  10. Analysis of Titan’s upper atmosphere from Cassini Ion Neutral Mass Spectrometer measurements, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Vuitton, V., Waite Jr., J. H., Kasprzak, W. T., Gell, D., Niemann, H. B., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Borggren, N., Fletcher, G. G., Patrick, E. L., Raaen, E., and Magee, B. A., 2009, Icarus, 200, 581-615
  11. Diurnal variations of Titan’s ionosphere, Cui, J., Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Vuitton, V., Wahlund, J.-E., Lavvas, P. P., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Cravens, T. E., Kaprzak, W. T., and Waite Jr., J. H., 2009, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 114, A06310
  12. The Application of Shadow Moiré Method and GIS in the Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Stylolities, Xiao,Y., Fan, H.-Y., Zeng, X., and Dai, G.-M., 2009, Journal of Jilin University – Earth Science Edition – Chinese Edition, 39, 555-558
  13. Wavelet multi-scale analysis on gravity anomaly and inner structure of the Moon, Wang, W.-, Li, F., Yan, J.-G., and Ke, B.-G., 2009, Chinese Journal Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 52, 1693-1699
  14. On the ionospheric structure of Titan, Ågren, K., Wahlund, J.-E., Garnier, P., Modolo, R., Cui, J., Galand, M., and Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., 2009, Planetary and Space Science, 57, 1821-1827
  15. On the amount of heavy molecular ions in Titan’s ionosphere, Wahlund, J.-E., Galand, M., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Crary, F. J., Mandt, K. E., Magee, B. A., Waite Jr., J. H., Young, D. T., Coates, A. J., Ågren, K., André, M., Eriksson, A. I., Cravens, T. E., Vuitton, V., Gurnett, D. A., and Kurth, W. S., 2009, Planetary and Space Science, 57, 1857-1865
  16. Three-dimensional morphology model and provenance of stylolites in Tieshan Area, Daye City, Fan, H.-, Xiao, Z.Y., and Zeng, Z.-X., 2009, Geoscience – Chinese Edition, 23, 447-455
  17. Conversion of GPS Height Based on BP ANNs, Wang, S.-, Li, F., Ke, B.-G., and Wang, W.R., 2009, Geomatics and Information Science of Wuhan University – Chinese Edition, 34, 1190-1193
  18. Estimation of the ancient lunar crust thickness from the admittance, Li, F., Ke, B.-, and Wang, W.R., 2009, Chinese Journal of Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 52, 2001-2007
  19. Analysis of the lower mantle thickness and core size of lunar based on the solution of the Lane-Emden equation, Ke, B.-, Li, F., and Wang, W.R., 2009, Chinese Journal of Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 52, 1208-1213
  20. Ion transport in Titan’s upper atmosphere, Cui, J., Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Wahlund, J.-E., Ågren, K., Waite Jr., J. H., and Dougherty, M. K., 2010, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 115, A06314
  21. New Progress of research on the lunar magnetic field, Xiao, Z.-, Zeng, Z.-X., 2010, Chinese Journal of Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 25, 804-808
  22. Origin of pit chains in the floor of lunar Copernican craters, Xiao, Z., Zeng, Z. X., Xiao, L., Fa, W. Z., and Huang, Q., 2010, Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy, 53, 2145-2159
  23. Triaxial ellipsoid models  of  the  Moon  based  on  the  laser  altimetry  data  of Chang’E-1, Wang, W.-, Li, F., Liu, J.-J., Ren, X., Zou, X.-D., Mu, L.-L., Yan, J.-G., Zou, Y.-L., Zhang, H.-B., Lu, C., Liu, J.-Z., Zuo, W., Su,   Y., Wen, W.-B., Bian, W., Wang, M., Li, C.-L., and Ouyang, Z.-Y., 2010, Science China Earth Science, 53, 1594-1601
  24. Ionization sources in Titan’s deep ionosphere, Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Cui, J., Wahlund, J.-E., Vuitton, V., Wellbrock, A., and Coates, A. J., 2010, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 115, A07312
  25. Dynamical and magnetic field time constants for Titan’s ionosphere – emperical estimates, Cravens, T. E., Richard, M., Ma, Y.-J., Bertucci, C., Luhmann, J., Ledvina, S., Robertson, I. P., Wahlund, J.-E., Ågren, K., Cui, J., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Waite Jr., J. H., Dougherty, M. K., Bell, J., and Ulusen, D., 2010, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 115, A08319
  26. Formation of NH3 and CH2HN in Titan’s upper atmosphere, Yelle, R. V., Vuitton, V., Lavvas, P. P., Klippenstein, S. J., Smith, M. A., Horst, S. M., and Cui, J., 2010, Faraday Discussions, 147, 31-49
  27. The development situation and prospect of lunar gravity field model, Yan, J.-, Li, F., Ping, J.-S., and Wang, W.R., 2010, Journal of Geomatics – Chinese Edition, 35, 44-6
  28. Suprathermal electron spectra in the Venus ionosphere, Cui, J., Galand, M., Coates, A. J., Zhang, T.-L., and Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., 2011, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 116, A04321
  29. The implications of the H2 variability in Titan’s exosphere, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Lavvas, P. P., and Galand, M., 2011, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 116, A11324
  30. Multi-satellite observations on the storm-time enhancements of energetic outer zone electron fluxes driven by chorus waves, He, Z., Xiao, F.-L., Zong, Q.-G., Wang, Y.-F., Chen, L.-X., Yue, C., and Zhang, S., 2011, Science China Technological Sciences, 54, 2209-2216
  31. Detection of M/Q=2 pickup ions in the plasma environment of the Moon: The trace of Exospheric H2+? Wang, X.-D., Zong, Q.-G., Wang, J.-S., Cui, J., Rème, H., Dandouras, I., Aoustin, C., Tan, X., Shen, J., Ren, X., Liu, J.-J., Zuo, W., Su, Y., Wen, W.-B., Wang, F., Fu, Q., Mu, L.-L., Wang, X.-Q., Geng, L., Zhang, Z.-B., Liu, J.-Z., Zhang, H.-B., Li, C.-L., and Ouyang, Z.-Y., 2011, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L14204
  32. Lunar exosphere influence on lunar-based near-ultraviolet astronomical observations, Wang, J., Deng, J.-S., Cui, J., Cao, L., Qiu, Y.-L., and Wei, J.-Y., 2011, Advances in Space Research, 48, 1927-1934
  33. Recent results from Titan’s ionosphere, Coates, A. J., Wahlund, J.-E., Ågren, K., Edberg, N., Cui, J., Wellbrock, A., and Szego, K., 2011, Space Science Reviews, 162, 85-111
  34. Hollows on Mercury: MESSENGER Evidence for Geologically Recent Volatile-Related Activity, Blewett, D. T., Chabot, N. L., Denevi, B. W., Ernst, C. M., Head, J. W., Izenberg, N. R., Murchie, S. L., Sean, C. S., Larry, R. N., Timothy, J. M., Xiao, Z.-Y., David, M. H. B., Caleb, I. F., Sarah, E. B., Jürgen, O., Frank, S., Frank, P., and Debra, M. H., 2011, Science, 333, 1856-1859
  35. Flood Volcanism in the Northern High Latitudes of Mercury Revealed by MESSENGER, Head, J. W., Chapman, C. R., Strom, R. G., Fassett, C. I., Denevi, B. W., Blewett, D. T., Ernst, C. M., Watters, T. R., Solomon, S. C., Murchie, S. L., Prockter, L. M., Chabot, N. L., Gillis-Davis, J. J., Whitten, J. L., Goudge, T. A., Baker, D. M. H., Hurwitz, D. M., Ostrach, L. R., Xiao, Z.-Y., Merline, W. J., Kerber, L., Dickson, J. L., Oberst, J., Byrne, P. K., Klimczak, C., and Nittler, L. R., 2011, Science, 333, 1853-1856
  36. The Perturbation Analysis of Nonlinear Ill-conditioned Solution, Li, F., Hao, W., Wang, W.-R., and Zhang, J., 2011, Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica – Chinese Edition, 40, 5-9
  37. The CH4 structure in Titan’s upper atmosphere revisited, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Strobel, D. F., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Snowden, D. S., Koskinen, T. T., and Galand, M., 2012, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 117, E11006
  38. The effect of lunar-dust movement to the lunar magnetic field, Xiao, Z.-Y., Zeng, Z., 2012, Progress in Geophysics – Chinese Edition, 27, 522-527
  39. Problems determining relative and absolute ages using the small crater population, Xiao, Z.-Y., Strom, R. G., 2012, Icarus, 220, 254-267,
  40. The radial variation of interplanetary shocks in the inner heliosphere: Observations by Helios, MESSENGER, and STEREO, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C. T., Jian, L., Blanco-Cano, X., Anderson, B. J., Luhmann, J. G., and Wennmacher, A., 2012, Solar Physics, 278, 421-433
  41. Reconnection at the magnetopause of Saturn: Perspective from FTE occurrence and magnetosphere size, Lai, H.-R., Wei, H., Russell, C. T., Arridge, C. S., and Dougherty, M. K., 2012, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, A05222
  42. On the ionospheric source region of cold ion outflow, Li, K., Haaland, S., Eriksson, A., André, M., Engwall, E., Wei, Y., Kronberg, E. A., Fränz, M., Daly, P. W., Ren, Q. Y., and Zhao, H., 2012, Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L18102
  43. The solar wind interactions with lunar magnetic anomalies: A case study of the Chang’E-2 plasma data near the Serenitatis antipode, Wang, X.-Q., Cui, J., Wang, X.-D., Liu, J.-J., Zhang, H.-B., Zuo, W., Su, Y., Wen, W.-B., Rème, H., Dandouras, I., Aoustin, C., Wang, M., Tan, X., Shen, J., Wang, F., Fu, Q., Li, C.-L., and Ouyang, Z.-Y., 2012, Advances in Space Research, 50, 1600-1606
  44. Investigating the origin of candidate lava channels on Mercury observed in MESSENGER data: Theory and observations, Hurwitz, D. M., Head, J. W., Byrne, P. K., Xiao, Z.-Y., Solomon, S. C., Zuber, M. T., Smith, D. E., and Neumann, G. A., 2012, Journal of Geophysics Research, 118, 471-486
  45. Slow magnetoacoustic waves observed above a quiet-sun region in a dark cavity, Liu, J.-J., Zhou, Z.-J., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, R., Wang, B., Liao, C.-J., Shen, C.-L., Zheng, H.-N., Miao, B., Su, Z.-P., and Wang, S., 2012, The Astrophysical Journal Letters758, L26
  46. Super-elastic collision of large-scale magnetized plasmoids in the heliosphere, Shen, C.-L., Wang, Y.-M., Wang, S., Liu, Y., Liu, R., Vourlidas, A., Miao, B., Ye, P.-Z., Liu, J.-J., and Zhou, Z.-J., 2012, Nature Physics, 8, 923
  47. Perpendicular flow deviation in a magnetized counter-streaming plasma, Jia, Y., Ma, Y.J., Russell, C.T., Lai, H.-R., Toth, G., and Gombosi, T. I., 2012, Icarus, 218, 895-905
  48. Positioning of the CE-1’s impact site based on CCD image data photographed during the controlled impact on the Moon, Liu, J., Ren, X., Zou, X. D., Wang, W.-R., Mu, L.L., and Li, C.L., 2012, Science China Earth Science, 55, 83-89
  49. Compositional effects in Titan’s thermospheric gravity waves, Cui, J., Lian, Y., and Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., 2013, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 43-47, doi:10.1029/2012GL054621
  50. Mass wasting on the Moon: How active is the lunar surface? Xiao, Z.-Y., Zeng, Z.-X., Ding, N., and Molaro, J., 2013, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 376, 1-11
  51. Dark spots on Mercury: A distinctive low-reflectance material and its relation to hollows, Xiao, Z.-Y., Strom, R. G., Blewett, D. T., Byrne, P. K., Solomon, S. C., Murchie, S. L., Sprague, A. L., Deborah, L., and Helbert, D. J., 2013, Journal of Geophysics Research, 118, 1752-1765
  52. Impact craters with ejecta flows and central pits on Mercury, Xiao, Z.-Y., Komatsu, G., 2013, Planetary and Space Science, 82, 62-78
  53. Reprint of: Impact craters with ejecta flows and central pits on Mercury, Xiao, Z.-Y., Komatsu, G., 2013, Planetary and Space Science, 95,103-19
  54. Mistakes in using crater size-frequency distributions to estimate planetary surface ages, Xiao, Z.-Y., Strom, R. G., and Zeng, Z. X., 2013, Earth Science – Chinese Edition, 38, 145-160
  55. Cluster observations of large-scale southward movement and dawnward-duskward flapping of Earth’s magnetotail current sheet, Duan, A.-, Cao, J.-B., Ma, Y.-D., and Wei, X.-H., 2013, Science China Technological Sciences, 56, 914-204
  56. Solar wind plasma profiles during interplanetary field enhancements (IFEs): Consistent with charged-dust pickup, Lai, H.-R., Wei, H.-Y., and Russell, C. T., 2013, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1539, 402-405
  57. Global climatological variability of quasi-two-day waves revealed by TIMED/SABER observations, Huang, Y.-Y., Zhang, S.-D., Yi, F., Huang, C.-M., Huang, K.-M., Gan, Q., and Gong, Y., 2013, Annales Geophysicae, 31, 1061-1075
  58. Transport of cold ions from the polar ionosphere to the plasma sheet, Li, , Haaland, S., Eriksson, A., André, M., Engwall, E., Wei, Y., Kronberg, E. A., Fränz, M., Daly, P. W., Ren, Q.-Y., and Zhao, H., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 118, 5467-5477
  59. The thermal structure of Titan’s upper atmosphere, I: Temperature profiles from Cassini INMS observations, Snowden, D. S., Yelle, R. V., Cui, J., Wahlund, J.-E., Ågren, K., and Edberg, N. J. T., 2013, Icarus, 226, 552-582
  60. On the thermal electron balance in Titan’s sunlit upper atmosphere, Vigren, E., Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Cui, J., Wahlund, J.-E., Ågren, K., Lavvas, P. P., Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., Strobel, D. F., Vuitton, V., and Bazin, A., 2013, Icarus, 223, 234-251
  61. Ancient primary crust beneath the Aristarchus Plateau: Constraints from gravity and topography data, Huang, Q., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Xiao, L., 2013, Planetary and Space Science, 89, 189-193
  62. Density and lithospheric thickness of lunar shield volcano: Marius Hills, Huang, Q., Xiao, L., Ping, J.-S., Xiao, Z.-Y., Qiao, L., and Zhao, J.-N., 2013, Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy – Chinese Edition, 43, 1395-1402
  63. Mercury’s hollows: Constraints on formation and composition from analysis of geological setting and spectral reflectance, Blewett, D. T., Vaughan, W. M., Xiao, Z.-Y., Chabot, N. L., Denevi, B. W., Ernst, C. M., Helbert, J., D’Amore, M., Maturilli, A., Head, J. W., and Solomon, S. C., 2013, Journal of Geophysics Research, 118, 1-20
  64. Relations of the energetic proton fluxes in the central plasma sheet with solar wind and geomagnetic activities, Cao, J.-B., Duan, -Y., Reme, H., and Dandouras, I., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 118, 7226-7236
  65. Slow magnetosonic waves detected in reconnection diffusion region in the Earth’s magnetotail, Cao, J.-B., Wei, X.-H., Duan, -Y., Fu, H.-S., Zhang, T.-L., Reme, H., and Dandouras, I., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 118, 1659-1666
  66. WAITING TIMES OF QUASI-HOMOLOGOUS CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS FROM SUPER ACTIVE REGIONS, Wang, Y.-M., Liu, -J., Shen, C.-L., Liu, R., Ye, P.-Z., and Wang, S., 2013, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 763, L43
  67. Rapid loss of the plasma sheet energetic electrons associated with the growth of whistler mode waves inside the bursty bulk flows, Li, L.-Y., Yu, J., Cao, J.-B., Zhang, D., Wei, X.-H., Rong, Z.-J., Yang, J.-Y., and Fu, H.-S., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 118, 7200-7210
  68. 日冕物质抛射的行星际动力学过程研究, 汪毓明, 周振军, 刘佳佳, 申成龙, 王水, 2013, 中国科学:地球科学, 6, 934-950
  69. Circular polarization ratio characteristics of impact craters from Mini-RF observations and implications for ice detection at the polar regions of the Moon, Fa, W.-Z., Cai, Y.-Z., 2013, Journal of Geophysical Research, 118, 1582-1608
  70. Density waves in Titan’s upper atmosphere, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Li, T., Snowden, D. S., and Müller-Wodarg, I. C. F., 2014, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 119, 490-518
  71. Correlated observations and simulations on the buildup of radiation belt electron fluxes driven by substorm injection and chorus waves, He, -G., Zhu, H., Liu, S.-Q., Zong, Q.-G., Wang, Y.-F., Lin, R.-L., Shi, L.-Q., and Gong, J.-C., 2014, Astrophysics and Space Science, 355, 245-251
  72. Frequency sweep rates of rising tone electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves: Comparison between nonlinear theory and Cluster observation, He, Z.-G., Zong, Q.-G., Liu, S.-Q., Wang, Y.-F., Lin, R.-L., and Shi, L.-Q., 2014, Physics of Plasma, 21, 122309
  73. A global inventory of central pit craters on the Moon: Distribution, morphology, and geometry, Xiao, Z.-Y., Zeng, Z.-X., and Komatsu, G., 2014, Icarus, 227, 195-201
  74. Comparisons of fresh complex impact craters on Mercury and the Moon: Implications for controlling factors in impact excavation processes, Xiao, Z.-Y., Strom, R. G., Chapman, C. R., Head, J. W., Klimczak, C., Ostrach, L. R., Helbert, J., and D’Incecco, P., 2014, Icarus, 228, 260-275
  75. Cooling fractures in impact melt deposits on the Moon and Mercury: Indications of cooling solely by thermal radiation, Xiao, Z.-Y., Zeng, Z.-X., Li, Z.-Y., Blair, D., and Xiao, L., 2014, Journal of Geophysics Research, 119, 1496-1515
  76. Energetic electron bursts in the neutral sheet and their relation with BBFs, Duan, A.-Y., Cao, J.-B., Dunlop, M., and Wang, Z.-Q., 2014, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 119, 8902-8915
  77. The evolution of co-orbiting material in the orbit of 2201 Oljato from 1980 to 2012 as deduced from Pioneer Venus Orbiter and Venus Express magnetic records, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C. T., Wei, H.-Y., and Zhang, T.-L., 2014, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 49, 28-35
  78. Simulation study of effective ionospheric shell height based on Global Core Plasma Model, Guo, J.-P., Zhang, D.-H., Hao, Y.-Q., and Xiao, Z., 2014, Chinese Journal of Geophysics- Chinese Edition, 57, 3577-3585
  79. Titan’s upper atmosphere/exosphere, escape processes, and rates, Strobel, D. F., and Cui, J., 2014, Titan, by Ingo Mueller-Wodarg, Caitlin A. Griffith, Emmanuel Lellouch, Thomas E. Cravens, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p.355
  80. Subsurface structures of large volcanic complexes on the nearside of the Moon: A view from GRAIL gravity, Huang, Q., Xiao, Z.-Y., Xiao, L., 2014, Icarus, 243, 48-57
  81. Dependence of IMF By penetration into the neutral sheet on IMF Bz and geomagnetic activity, Cao, J.-B., Duan, -Y., Dunlop, M., Wei, X.-H., and Cai, C.-L., 2014, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 119, 5279-5285
  82. Global Inventory and Characterization of Pyroclastic Deposits on Mercury: New Insights into Pyroclastic Activity from MESSENGER Orbital Data, Goudge, T. A., Head, J. W., Kerber, L., Izenberg, N. R., Blewett, D. T., Denevi, B. W., Domingue, D. L., Gillis-Davis, J. J., Helbert, J., Holsclaw, G. M., McClintock, W. E., Murchie, S. L., Neumann, G. A., Robinson, M. S., Smith, D. E., Strom, R. G., Xiao, Z.-Y., Zuber, M. T., and Solomon, S. C., 2014, Journal of Geophysics Research – Planets, 119, 635-658
  83. A temporary Earth co-orbital as a source of interplanetary dust, Connors, M., Russell, C. T., and Lai, -R., 2014, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 433, 109-113
  84. Echo simulation of lunar penetrating radar: based on a model of inhomogeneous multilayer lunar regolith structure, Dai, S., Su, Y., Xiao, Y., Feng, J.-Q., Xing, S.-G., and Ding, C.-Y., 2014, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 14, 1642-1653
  85. A new lunar absolute control point: established by images from the landing camera on Chang’e-3, Wang, F.-F., Liu, J.-J., Li, C.-L., Ren, X., Mu, L.-L., Yan, W., Wang, W.-R., Xiao, J.-T., Tan, X., Zhang, X.-X., Zou, X.-D., and Gao, X.-Y., 2014, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 14, 1543-1556
  86. The preliminary analysis of the Toutatis snapshots of the Chang’E-2 flyby, Zou, X.-D., Li, C.-L., Liu, J.-J., Wang, W.-R., Li, H., and Ping, J.-S., 2014, Icarus, 229, 348-354
  87. The electron thermal structure in the dayside Martian ionosphere implied by the MGS radio occultation data, Cui, J., Galand, M., Zhang, S.-J., Vigren, E., and Zou, H., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 120, 278-286
  88. Day-to-night transport in the Martian ionosphere: Implications from total electron content measurements, Cui, J., Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Wei, Y., and Zhang, S.-J., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 120, 2333-2346
  89. Size-frequency distribution of equilibrated crater populations on the Moon, Xiao, Z.-Y., Werner, S. C., 2015, Journal of Geophysics Research, 120, 2277-2292
  90. Impact Craters with Circular and Isolated Secondary Craters on the Continuous Secondaries Facies on the Moon, Zhou, S.-Z., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Zeng, Z.-X., 2015, Journal of Earth Science, 26, 740-745
  91. The significance of multiscale analysis in the study of Copernican-aged tectonic features on the Moon, Yang, Y., Xiao, Z.-Y., Xu, X.-M., Chen, W., and Zeng, Z.-X., 2015, Science China Physics, Mechanics and Astronomy – Chinese Edition, 45, 039601-1-039601-11
  92. Momentum transfer from solar wind to interplanetary field enhancements inferred from magnetic field draping signatures, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C. T., Jia, Y.-D., Wei, H.-Y., and Angelopoulos, V., 2015, Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 1640-1645
  93. Multiple loss processes of relativistic electrons outside the heart of outer radiation belt during a storm sudden commencement, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cao, J.-B., Yuan, Z.-G., Reeves, G. D., Baker, D. N., Blake, J. B., and Spence, H., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 120, 10275-10288
  94. A Review of Applications of Radar-Detection Techniques in Lunar Explorations, Ding, C.-Y., Feng, J.-Q., Zheng, L., Dai, S., Xing, S.-G., Xiao, Y., and Su, Y., 2015, Astronomical Research & Technology, 12, 228-242
  95. Terrain Reconstruction from Chang’E-3 PCAM Images, Wang, W.-R., Ren, X., Wang, F.-F., Liu, J.-J., and Li, C.-L., 2015, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics,15, 1057-1067
  96. Seasonal variation of Martian middle atmosphere tides observed by the Mars Climate Sounder, Wu, Z.-P., Li, T., and Dou, X.-K., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 120, 2206-2223
  97. Martian electron density profiles retrieved from Mars Express dual-frequency radio occultation measurements, Zhang, S.-J., Cui, J., Guo, P., Li, J.-L., Ping, J.-S., Jian, N.-C., and Zhang, K.-F., 2015, Advances in Space Research, 55, 2177-2189
  98. Ionization balance in Titan’s nightside ionosphere, Vigren, E., Galand, M., Yelle, R. V., Wellbrock, A., Coates, A. J., Snowden, D. S., Cui, J., Lavvas, P. P., Edberg, N. J. T., Shebanits, O., Wahlund, J.-E., Vuitton, V., and Mandt, K., 2015, Icarus, 248, 539-546
  99. Influence of the local ionization sources on ionospheric densities in Titan’s upper atmosphere, Sagnieres, L. B. M., Galand, M., Cui, J., Lavvas, P. P., Vigren, E., Vuitton, V., Yelle, R. V., Wellbrock, A., and Coates, A. J., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 120, 5899-5921
  100. Response of the topside and bottomside ionosphere at low and middle latitudes to the October 2003 superstorms, Lei, J.-H., Zhu, Q.-Y., Wang, W.-B., Burns, A. G., Zhao, B.-Q., Luan, X.-L., Zhong, J.-H., and Dou, X.-K., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 120, 6974-6986
  101. Large rock slides in impact craters on the Moon and Mercury, Maria Teresa Brunetti, Xiao, Z.-Y., Komatsu, G., Peruccacci, S., and Guzzetti, F., 2015, Icarus, 260, 289 – 300
  102. Duration of activity on lobate-scarp thrust faults on Mercury, Banks, M. E., Xiao, Z.-Y., Watters, T. R., Strom, R. G., Braden, S. E., Chapman, C. R., Solomon, S. C., Klimczak, C., and Byrne, P. K., 2015, Journal of Geophysics Research, 120, 1751-1762
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  105. A young multilayered terrane of the northern Mare Imbrium revealed by Chang’E-3 mission, Xiao, L., Zhu, P.-M., Fang, G.-Y., Xiao, Z.-Y., Zou, Y.-L., Zhao, J.-N., Zhao, N., Yuan, Y.-F., Qiao, L., Zhang, X.-P., Zhang, H., Wang, J., Huang, J., Huang, Q., He, Q., Zhou, B., Ji, Y.-C., Zhang, Q.-Y., Shen, S.-X., Li, Y.-X., and Gao, Y.-Z., 2015, Science, 347, 1226-1229
  106. Investigating plasma motion of magnetic clouds at 1 AU through a velocity‐modified cylindrical force‐free flux rope model, Wang, Y.-M., Zhou, Z.-J., Shen, C.-L., Liu, R., and Wang, S., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 120, 1543-1565
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  108. Polytropic index of central plasma sheet ions based on MHD Bernoulli integral, Pang, X., Cao, J., Liu, W., Ma, Y., Lu, H., Yang, J., Li, L., Liu, X., Wang, J., Wang, T., and Yu, J., 2015, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 120, 4736-4747
  109. Orbit optimization of Chang’E-2 by global adjustment using images of the moon, Yan, W., Liu, J.-J., Ren, X., Wang, F.-F., Wang, W.-R., and Li, C.-L., 2015, Advance in Space Research, 56, 2389-2401
  110. The variability of HCN in Titan’s upper atmosphere implied by the Cassini Ion Neutral Mass Spectrometer measurements, Cui, J., Cao, Y.-T., Lavvas, P. P., and Koskinen, T. T., 2016, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 826, L5
  111. Wave-driven gradual loss of energetic electrons in the slot region, He, Z.-G., Yan, Q., Chu, Y.-C., and Cao, Y., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research, 121, 8614-8623
  112. Assessment of vertical TEC mapping functions for space-based GNSS observations, Zhong, J.-H., Lei, J.-H., Dou, X.-K., and Yue, X.-A., 2016a, GPS Solutions, 20, 353-362
  113. Is the long-term variation of the estimated GPS differential code biases associated with ionospheric variability? Zhong, J.-H., Lei, J.-H., Dou, X.-K., and Yue, X.-A., 2016b, GPS Solutions, 20, 313-319
  114. Determination of differential code bias of GNSS receiver onboard low Earth orbit satellite, Zhong, J.-H., Lei, J.-H., Yue, X.-A., and Dou, X.-K., 2016, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54, 4896-4905
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  116. The self-secondary crater population of the Hokusai crater on Mercury, Xiao, Z.-Y., Prieur, N. C., and Werner, S. C., 2016, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 7424-7432
  117. Size-frequency distribution of different secondary crater populations: 1. Equilibrium caused by secondary impacts, Xiao, Z.-Y., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 121, 2404-2425
  118. Why is a flare-rich active region CME-poor? Liu, -J., Wang, Y.-M., Wang, J.-X., Shen, C.-L., Ye, P.-Z., Zhang, Q.-H., Liu, R., and Wang, S., 2016, The Astrophysical Journal, 826, 119 (10pp)
  119. The influences of solar wind pressure and interplanetary magnetic field on global magnetic field and outer radiation belt electrons, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cao, J.-B., Reeves, G. D., Baker, D. N., and Spence, H., 2016, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 7319-7327
  120. Transport of magnetic flux and mass in Saturn’s inner magnetosphere, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C. T., Jia, Y.-D., Wei, H.-Y., and Dougherty, M. K., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 121, 3050-3057
  121. Changes of solar extreme ultraviolet spectrum in solar cycle 24, Huang, J.-P., Hao, Y.-Q., Zhang, D.-H., and Xiao, Z., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 121, 6844-6854
  122. A method to estimate the neutral atmospheric density near the ionospheric main peak of Mars, Zou, H., Ye, Y.-G., Wang, J.-S., Nielsen, E., Cui, J., and Wang, X.-D., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 121, 3464-3475
  123. Suprathermal electrons in Titan’s sunlit ionosphere: Model-observation comparisons, Vigren, E., Galand, M., Wellbrock, A., Coates, A. J., Cui, J., Edberg, N. J. T., Lavvas, P. P., Sagnieres, L., Snowden, D. S., Vuitton, V., and Wahlund, J.-E., 2016, The Astrophysical Journal, 826, 131
  124. Statistical analysis of nighttime medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances using airglow images and GPS observations over central China, Huang, F.-Q., Dou, X.-K., Lei, J.-H., Lin, J., Ding, F., and Zhong, J.-H., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 121, 8887-8899
  125. Contrasting behavior of the F2 peak and the topside ionosphere in response to the 2 October 2013 geomagnetic storm, Lei, J.-H., Zhong, J.-H., Mao, T., Hu, L.-H., Yu, T., Luan, X.-L., Dou, X.-K., Sutton, E., Yue, X.-A., Lin, J., and Batista, I. S., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 121, 10549-10563
  126. Topographic roughness of the northern high latitudes of Mercury from MESSENGER Laser Altimeter data, Fa, W.-Z., Cai, Y.-Z., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Wei, T., 2016, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 3078-3087
  127. Analysis of MESSENGER high-resolution images of Mercury’s hollows and implications for hollow formation, Blewett, D. T., Stadermann, A. C., Susorney, H. C., Ernst, C. M., Xiao, Z.-Y., Chabot, N. L., Denevi, B. W., Murchie, S. L., McCubbin, F. M., Kinczyk, M. J., Gillis-Davis, J. J., and Solomon, S. C., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 121, 1798-1813
  128. Major scientific objectives and candidate landing sites suggested for future lunar explorations, Xiao, L., Qiao, L., Xiao, Z.-Y., Huang, Q., He, Q., Zhao, J.-N., Xue, Z.-Q., Huang, J., 2016, Scientia Sinica Physica, Mechanica & Astronomica – Chinese Edition, 46, 29602-1-29602-22
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  130. Thermodynamic Spectrum of Solar Flares Based on SDO/EVE Observations: Techniques and First Results, Wang, Y.-M., Zhou, Z.-J., Zhang, J., Liu, K., Liu, R., Shen, C.-L., and Chamberlin, P. C., 2016, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series223, 4
  131. Damped large amplitude oscillations in a solar prominence and a bundle of coronal loops, Zhang, Q. H., Wang, Y. M., Liu, R., Shen, C. L., Zhang, M., Gou, T. Y., Liu, J.-J., Liu, K., Zhou, Z.-J., and Wang, S., 2016, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics16, 167
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  133. Multi-satellite observations of energy transport during an intense geomagnetic storm, Yang, J., Ma, Y.-D., Duan, A.-Y., and Dunlop, M. W., 2016, Astrophysics and Space Science, 361, 168-180
  134. The unusual asteroid 2201 Oljato: Origins and possible debris trail, Connors, M., Russell, C. T., and Lai, -R., 2016, Planetary and Space Science, 123, 16-24
  135. Compression-amplified EMIC waves and their effects on relativistic electrons, Li, L.-Y., Yu, J., Cao, J.-B., and Yuan, Z.-G., 2016, Physics of Plasmas, 23, 062116
  136. Effects of ULF waves on local and global energetic particles: Particle energy and species dependences, Li, L.-Y., Yu, J., Cao, J.-B., Wang, Z.-Q., Yu, Y.-Q., Reeves, G. D., and Li, X., 2016, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 121, 11007-11020
  137. Topographic roughness of the northern high latitudes of Mercury from MESSENGER Laser Altimeter data, Fa, W.-Z., Cai, Y.-Z., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Tian, W., 2016, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 3078-3084
  138. The structure of Titan’s N2 and CH4 coronae, Jiang, F.-Y., Cui, J., and Xu, J.-Y., 2017, The Astronomical Journal, 154, 271
  139. Multiple-Satellite observation of magnetic dip event during the substorm on 10 October 2013, He, Z.-G., Chen, L.-J., Zhu, H., Xia, Z.-Y., Reeves, G. D., Xiong, Y., Xie, L., and Cao, Y., 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 9167-9175
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  141. Small graben in the southeastern ejecta blanket of the lunar Copernicus crater: Implications for recent shallow igneous intrusion on the Moon, Xiao, Z.-Y., Huang, Q., Zeng, Z.-X., and Xiao, L., 2017, Icarus, 298, 89-97
  142. Toward Understanding the 3D Structure and Evolution of Magnetic Flux Ropes in an Extremely Long Duration Eruptive Flare, Zhou, Z.-J., Zhang, J., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, R., and Chintzoglou, G., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal851, 133
  143. The causes of quasi-homologous CMEs, Liu, -J., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, R., Zhou, Z.-J., Temmer, M., Thalmann, J. K., Liu, J.-J., Liu, K., Shen, C.-L., Zhang, Q.-H., and Veronig, A. M., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal, 844,141
  144. Possible potentially threatening co-orbiting material of asteroid 2000EE104 identified through interplanetary magnetic field disturbances, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C. T., Wei, H.-Y., Connors, M., and Delzanno, G. L., 2017, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 52, 1125-1132
  145. Propagation characteristics of plasmaspheric hiss: Van Allen Probe observations and global empirical models, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cao, J.-B., Chen, L., Wang, J., and Yang, J., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 4156-4167
  146. Comparison of Two Coronal Magnetic Field Models to Reconstruct a Sigmoidal Solar Active Region with Coronal Loops, Duan, A.-Y., Jiang, C.-W., Hu, Q., Zhang, H., Gary, G. A., Wu, S.-T., and Cao, J.-B., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal, 842, 119-131
  147. Annual and interannual variations in global 6.5DWs from 20 to 110 km during 2002-2016 observed by TIMED/SABER, Huang, Y.-Y., Zhang, S.-D., Li C.-Y., Li, H.-J., Huang, K.-M., and Huang, C.-M., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 8985-9002
  148. What causes seasonal variation of migrating diurnal tide observed by the Mars Climate Sounder? Wu, Z.-P., Li, T., and Dou, X.-K., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research -Planets, 122, 1227-1242
  149. Characteristics of ripple structures revealed in OH airglow images, Li, J., Li, T., Dou, X., Fang, X., Cao, B., She, C.-Y., Nakamura, T., Manson, A., Meek, C., and Thorsen, D., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 122, 3748-3759,
  150. Cold ion outflow modulated by the solar wind energy input and tilt of the geomagnetic dipole, Li, K., Wei, Y., André, M., Eriksson, A., Haaland, S., Kronberg, E. A., Nilsson, H., Maes, L., Zong, Z.-J., and Wan, W.-X., 2017, Journal Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 10658-10668
  151. Dawn-dusk asymmetries of ionospheric outflow, Li, K., Kronberg, E. A., André, M., Daly, P. W., Wei, Y. and Haaland, S., 2017, Dawn-Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments, Edited by S. Haaland, A. Runov and C. Forsyth, AGU Geophysical Monograph 230, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 273-284
  152. Stagnant low-energy ions in the near cusp region observed by Cluster, Li, K., Wei, Y. and Wan, W.-X., 2017, Science China Earth Sciences, 60, 1299-1309
  153. Subsurface structures of buried features in lunar Procellarum region, Wang, W.-R., Heki, K., 2017, Icarus, 291, 75-81
  154. Numerical Simulations of the Lunar Penetrating Radar and Investigations of the Geological Structures of the Lunar Regolith Layer at the Chang’E 3 Landing Site, Ding, C.-Y., Su, Y., Xing, S. G., Dai, S., Xiao, Y., Feng, J.-Q., Liu, D.-Q., and Li, C.-L., 2017, International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, 3013249
  155. Revisiting interminima solar EUV change using adjusted SOHO SEM data, Huang, J.-P., Hao, Y-Q. Zhang, D.-H., and Xiao, Z., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 3420-3429
  156. Photoionization modelling of Titan’s dayside ionosphere, Shebanits, O., Vigren, E., Wahlund, J.-E., Edberg, N. J. T., Cui, J., Galand, M., Mandt, K. E., and Waite Jr., J. H., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 850, L26
  157. The energetic particle environment of the lunar nearside: SEP influence, Xu, X.-J., Angelopoulos, V., Wang, Y., Zuo, P.-B., Wong, H.-C., and Cui, J., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal, 849, 151
  158. Explaining occurrences of auroral kilometric radiation in Van Allen radiation belts, Xiao, F.-L., Zhou, Q.-H., Su, Z.-P., He, Z.-G., Yang, C., Liu, S., He, Y.-H., and Gao, Z.-L., 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 11971-11978
  159. Generation of extremely low frequency chorus in Van Allen radiation belts, Xiao, F.-L., Liu, S., Tao, X., Su, Z.-P., Zhou, Q.-H., Yang, C., He, Z.-G., He, Y.-H., Gao, Z.-L., Baker, D.N., Spence, H.E., Reeves, G.D., Funsten, H.O., and Blake, J.B., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 3201-3211
  160. The Role of Viscosity in Causing the Plasma Poloidal Motion in Magnetic Clouds, Zhao, A.-K., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, J.-J., Zhou, Z.-J., Shen, C.-L., Liu, R., Zhang, B., and Zhang, Q.-H., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal845, 109
  161. Critical height of the torus instability in two-ribbon solar flares, Wang, D., Liu, R., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, K., Chen, J., Liu, J.-J., Zhou, Z.-J., and Zhang, M., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal Letters843, L9
  162. A new terrestrial analogue site for Mars research: The Qaidam Basin, Tibetan Plateau (NW China), Xiao, L., Wang, J., Dang, Y.-N., Cheng, Z.-Y., Huang, T., Zhao, J.-N., Xu, Y., Huang, J., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Komatsu, G., 2017, Earth Science Reviews, 164, 84 -101
  163. Reconnaissance survey of the Duolun ring structure in Inner Mongolia: Not an impact structure, Xu, X.-M., Kenkmann, T., Xiao, Z.-Y., Sturm, S., Metzger, N., Yang, Y., Weimer, D., Krietsch, H., and Zhu, M.-H., 2017, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 52, 1822-1842
  164. Revised constraints on absolute age limits for Mercury’s Kuiperian and Mansurian stratigraphic systems, Banks, M. E., Xiao, Z.-Y., Braden, S. E., Barlow, N. G., Chapman, C. R., Fassett, C. I., and Marchi, S. S., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 122, 1010-1020
  165. The 3-D geological model around Chang’E‐3 landing site based on lunar penetrating radar Channel 1 data, Yuan, Y.-F., Zhu, P.-M., Zhao, N., Xiao, L., Garnero, E., Xiao, Z.-Y., Zhao, J.-N., and Qiao, L., 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 6553-6561
  166. The effect of target properties on transient crater scaling for simple crater, Prieur, N. C., Rolf, T., Luther, R., Wünnemann, K., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Werner, S. C., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 122, 1704-1726
  167. Effect of topography degradation on crater size-frequency distributions: Implications for populations of small craters and age dating, Xie, M.-G., Zhu, M.-H., Xiao, Z.-Y., Wu, Y.-Z., and Xu, A.-A., 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 10171-10179
  168. Erratum: “On the Magnetic and Energy Characteristics of Homologous Jets From an Emerging Flux”, Liu, J.-J., Wang, Y.-M., Erdélyi, R., Liu, R., McIntosh, S. W., Gou, T.-Y., Chen, J., Liu, K., Liu, L.-J., and Pan, Z.-H., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal, 853, 201
  169. Roles of whistler mode waves and magnetosonic waves in changing the outer radiation belt and the slot region, Li, L.-Y., Yu, J., Cao, J.-B., Yang, J.-Y., Li, X., Baker, D. N., Reeves, G. D., Spence, H., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 5431-5448
  170. Unusual refilling of the slot region between the Van Allen radiation belts from November 2004 to January 2005, Yang, X., Ni, B., Yu, J., Zhang, Y., Zhang, X., and Sun, Y., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 122, 6255-6270
  171. The rapid responses of magnetosonic waves to the compression and expansion of Earth’s magnetosphere, Li, L. Y., Liu, B., Yu, J., and Cao, J.-B., 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 239-11,247
  172. Reconstruction of a Large-scale Pre-flare Coronal Current Sheet Associated with a Homologous X-shaped Flare, Jiang, C.-W., Yan, X.-L., Feng, X.-S., Duan, -Y., Hu, Q., Zuo, P.-B., and Wang, Y., 2017, The Astrophysical Journal, 850, 8
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  174. Dielectric properties estimation of the lunar regolith at CE-3 landing site using lunar penetrating radar data, Feng, J.-Q., Su, Y., Ding, C.-Y., Xing, S.-G., Dai, S., and Zou, Y.-L., 2017, Icarus, 284, 424-430
  175. Pitfalls in GPR Data Interpretation: False Reflectors Detected in Lunar Radar Cross Sections by Chang’e-3, Li, C.-L., Xing, S.-G., Lauro, S.E., Su, Y., Dai, S., Feng, J., Cosciotti, B., Paolo, F.D., Mattei, E., Xiao, Y., Ding, C.-Y., and Pettinelli, E., 2017, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 56, 1325-1335
  176. The penetrating depth analysis of Lunar Penetrating Radar onboard Chang’e-3 rover, Xing, S.-G., Su, Y., Feng, J.-Q., Dai, S., Xiao, Y., Ding, C.-Y., and Li, C.-L., 2017, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 17, 1674-4527
  177. Prompt GPS TEC response to magnetospheric compression, Hao, Y.-Q., Huang, -P., Liu, W.-L., Zhang, D.-H., and Xiao, Z., 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 122, 4357-4366
  178. The impact of crustal magnetic fields on the thermal structure of the Martian upper atmosphere, Cui, J., Yelle, R. V., Zhao, L.-L., Stone, S., Jiang, F.-Y., Cao, Y.-T., Yao, M.-J., Koskinen, T. T., and Wei, Y., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 853, L33
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  180. Precipitation loss of Van Allen radiation belt electrons by hiss waves outside the plasmasphere, He, Z.-G., Yan, Q., Ma, Y.-H., Cao, Y., 2018, Astrophysics and Space Science, 363, 66
  181. Hailar crater – A possible impact structure in Inner Mongolia, China, Xiao, Z.-Y., Chen, Z.-X., Pu, J., Xiao, X., Wang, Y.-C., and Huang, J., 2018, Geomorphology, 306, 128 – 140
  182. On the importance of self-secondaries, Xiao, Z.-Y., 2018, Geoscience Letters, 5, 17
  183. Non-impact origin of the Baisha structure in Hainan Province, China, Pu, J., Xiao, Z.-Y., Xiao, L., and Huang, C., 2018, Journal of Earth Science, 1-8
  184. A comparative study between a failed and a successful eruption initiated from the same polarity inversion line in AR 11387, Liu, L.-J., Wang, Y.-M., Zhou, Z.-J., Dissauer, K., Temmer, M., and Cui, J., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal, 858, 121(Highlighted by HMI Science Team)
  185. Rapid buildup of a magnetic flux rope during a confined X2.2 class flare in NOAA AR 12673, Liu, L.-J., Cheng, X., Wang, Y.-M., Zhou, Z.-J., Guo, Y., and Cui, J., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 867, L5
  186. Ultrawideband rising-tone chorus waves observed inside the oscillating plasmapause, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cui, J., and Wang, J., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 6670-6678
  187. Preprocessing Photospheric Vector Magnetograms for Nonlinear Force-Free Field Extrapolation of the Global Corona, Duan, A.-Y., Zhang, H., 2018, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 18, 85-96
  188. 3D MHD Simulation of the Double-Gradient Instability of the Magnetotail Current Sheet, Duan, A.-Y., Zhang, H., and Lu, H.-Y., 2018, Science China – Technological Sciences, 61, 1364-1371
  189. Nanodust released in interplanetary collisions, Lai, H.-R., Russell, C.-T. 2018, Planetary and Space Science, 156, 2-6
  190. Estimating the kinetic energy budget of the polar wind outflow, Li, K., Wei, Y., Haaland, S., Kronberg, E. A., Rong, Z.-J., Maes, L., Maggiolo, R., Andre, M., Nilsson, H., and Grigorenko, E., 2018, Journal Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 7917-7929
  191. Longitudinal structure of the midlatitude ionosphere using COSMIC electron density profiles, Li, Q.-L., Liu, L., Balan, N., Huang, H., Zhang, R., Chen, Y., and Le, H., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 8766-8777
  192. The Effect of Subauroral Polarization Streams on Ionosphere and Thermosphere During the 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Storm: Global Ionosphere‐Thermosphere Model Simulations, Guo, J.-P., Deng, Y., Zhang, D.-H., Lu, Y., Sheng, C., and Zhang, S.-R., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 123, 2241-2256
  193. Radiation belt electron scattering by whistler-mode chorus in the Jovian magnetosphere: Importance of ambient and wave parameters, Ni, B.-B., Huang, J., Ge, Y.-S., Cui, J., Wei, Y., Gu, X.-D., Fu, S., Xiang, Z., and Zhao, Z.-Y., 2018, Earth and Planetary Physics, 2, 1
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  195. Titan’s variable ionosphere during the T118-T119 Cassini flybys, Edberg, N.J.T., Vigren, E., Snowden, D.S., Regoli, L.H., Shebanits, O., Wahlund, J.-E., Andrews, D.J., Bertucci, C., and Cui, J., 2018, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 8721
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  197. Quantifying extremely rapid flux enhancements of radiation belt relativistic electrons associated with radial diffusion, Liu, S., Yan, Q., Yang, C., Zhou, Q.-H, He, Z.-G., He, Y.-H., Gao, Z.-L., and Xiao, F.-L., 2018, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 1262-1270
  198. Nighttime Medium-Scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances From Airglow Imager and Global Navigation Satellite Systems Observations, Huang, F.-Q., Lei, J.-H., Dou, X.-K., Luan, X.-L., and Zhong, J.-H., 2018, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 31-38
  199. Was magnetic storm the only driver of the long‐duration enhancements of daytime total electron content in the Asian‐Australian sector between 7 and 12 September 2017? Lei, J.-H., Huang, F.-Q., Chen, X.-T., Zhong, J.-H., Ren, D.-X., Wang, W.-B., Yue, X.-A., Luan, X.-L., Jia, M.-J., Dou, X.-K., Hu, L.-H., Ning, B.-Q., Owolabi, C., Chen, J.-S., Li, G.-Z., and Xue, X.-H., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 3217-3232
  200. Responses of the D region ionosphere to solar flares revealed by MF radar measurements, Li, N., Lei, J.-H., Luan, X.-L., Chen, J.-S., Zhong, J.-H., Wu, Q., Xu, Z.-W., and Lin, L.-L., 2018, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 182, 211-216
  201. Geological characteristics of Von Kármán crater, northwestern South Pole‐Aitken Basin: Chang’E‐4 landing site region, Huang, J., Xiao, Z.-Y., Flahaut, J., Martinot, M., Head, J., Xiao, X., Xie, M.-G., and Xiao, L., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 123, 1684-1700
  202. Geological Features and Evolution of Yardangs in the Qaidam Basin, Tibetan Plateau (NW China): A Terrestrial Analogue for Mars, Wang, J., Xiao, L., Reiss, D., Hiesinger, H., Huang, J., Xu, Y., Zhao, J.-N., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Komatsu, G., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 123, 2336-2364
  203. Buried impact features on Mercury as revealed by gravity data, Deng, Q.-Y., Li, F., Yan, J.-G., Xiao, Z.-Y., and Rodriguez, J. A. P., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 123, 3005-3019
  204. The Reversal of a Solar Prominence Rotation about Its Ascending Direction during a Failed Eruption, Song, H.-Q., Zhou, Z.-J., Li, L.-P., Cheng, X., Zhang, J., Chen, Y., Chen, C.-X., Ma, X.-W., Wang, B., and Zheng, R. S., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal Letters864, L37
  205. Unraveling the Links among Sympathetic Eruptions, Wang, D., Liu, R., Wang, Y.-M., Gou, T.-Y., Zhang, Q.-H., Zhou, Z.-J., and Zhang, M., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal869, 177
  206. Observational Study of an Earth-affecting Problematic ICME from STEREO, Chi, Y.-T., Zhang, J., Shen, C.-L., Phillip, H., Liu, L.-J., Wageesh, M., and Wang, Y.-M., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal, 863, 108
  207. Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of the X9.3 Flare on 2017 September 6: Evolving Magnetic Topology, Jiang, C.-W., Zou, P., Feng, X.-S., Hu, Q., Liu, R., Vemareddy, P., Duan, -Y., Zou, P., Wang, B.-Y., and Wei, F.-S., 2018, The Astrophysical Journal, 869, 13
  208. Electron acceleration and thermalization at Earth’s quasi-perpendicular bow shock, Chen, L.-J., Wang, S., Wilson III, L. B., Schwartz, S., Bessho, N., Moore, T., Gershman, D., Giles, B., Malaspina, D., Wilder, F. D., Ergun, R. E., Hesse, M., Lai, -R., Russel, C., Strangeway, R., Torbert, R. B., Vinas, A. F., Burch, J., Lee, S., Pollock, C., Dorelli, J., Paterson, W., Ahmadi, N., Goodrich, K., Lavraud, B., Contel, O. L., Khotyaintsev, Y. V., Lindqvist, P. A., Boardsen, S., Wei, H., Le, A., and Avanov, L., 2018, Physical Review Letters,120, 101
  209. InSight Auxiliary Payload Sensor Suite (APSS), Banfield, D., Rodriguez-Manfredi, J. A., Russell, C. T., Rowe, K. M., Leneman, D., Lai, -R., Cruce, P. R., Means, J. D., Johnson, C. L., Joy, S. P., Chi, P.-J., Mikellides, I. G., Carpenter, S., Navarro, S., Sebastian, E., Gomez-Elvira, J., Torres, J., Mora, L., Peinado, V., Lepinette, A., Hurst, K., Lognonné, P., Smrekar, S. E., and Banerdt, W. B., 2018, Space Science Reviews, 215, UNSP 4
  210. The effect of hot protons on magnetosonic waves inside and outside the plasmapause: New observations and theoretic results, Liu, B., Li, L., Yu, J., and Cao, J., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 653-664
  211. Climatology of mesopause region nocturnal temperature, zonal wind and sodium density observed by sodium lidar over Hefei, China (32⁰ N, 117⁰ E), Li, T., Ban, C., Fang, X., Li, J., Wu, Z.-P., Feng, W.-H., Plane, J. M. C., Xiong, J.-G., Marsh, D. R., Mills, M. J., and Dou, X.-K., 2018, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics18, 11683-11695
  212. An introduction to equatorial electrodynamics and a review of an additional layer at low latitudes, Balan, N., Li, Q.-L., Liu, L.-B., and Le, H.-J., 2018, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar – Terrestrial Physics, 181, 94-109
  213. Transition of interhemispheric asymmetry of equatorial ionization anomaly during solstices, Huang, H., Lu, X., Liu, L.-B., Wang, W.-B., and Li, Q.-L., 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 123, 283-10,300
  214. Photochemical escape of atomic C and N on Mars: Clues from a multi-instrument MAVEN dataset, Cui, J., Wu, X.-S., Gu, H., Jiang, F.-Y., and Wei, Y., 2019, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 621, A23
  215. Evaluating local ionization balance in the nightside Martian upper atmosphere during MAVEN Deep Dip campaigns, Cui, J., Cao, Y.-T., Wu, X.-S., Xu, S.-S., Yelle, R.V., Stone, S., Vigren, E., Edberg, N.J.T., Shen, C.-L., He, F., and Wei, Y., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 876, L12
  216. A test particle Monte Carlo investigation of the CH4 torus around Saturn, Niu, D.-D., Cui, J., Gu, H., Dong, C.-Y., Zhou, L.-Y., Wellbrock, A., Jiang, F.-Y., and Xu, X.-J., 2019, The Astronomical Journal, 157, 15
  217. Monte Carlo calculations of the atmospheric sputtering yields on Titan, Gu, H., Cui, J., Niu, D.-D., Wellbrock, A., Tseng, W.-L., and Xu, X.-J., 2019, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 623, A18
  218. The morphology of the topside Martian ionosphere: Implications on bulk ion flow, Wu, X.-S., Cui, J., Xu, S.-S., Lillis, R.J., Yelle, R.V., Edberg, N.J.T., Vigren, E., Rong, Z.-J., Fan, K., Guo, J.-P., Cao, Y.-T., Jiang, F.-Y., Wei, Y., and Mitchell, D.L., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research -Planets, 124, 734
  219. Species-dependent ion escape on Titan, Jiang, F.-Y., Cui, J., Xu, J.-Y., and Wei, Y., 2019, Earth and Planetary Physics, 3, 183
  220. Structural variability of the cross-terminator Martian ionosphere: Implications on plasma sources, Cao, Y.-T., Cui, J., Wu, X.-S., and Wei, Y., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 124, 1495
  221. Photoelectron balance in the dayside Martian upper atmosphere, Wu, X.-S., Cui, J., Yu, J., Liu, L.-J., and Zhou, Z.-J., 2019, Earth and Planetary Physics, in press
  222. On the hardness of the photoelectron energy spectrum near Mars, Wu, X.-S., Cui, J., Cao, Y.-T., Liu, L.-J., He, F., and Wei, Y., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, in press
  223. The variability of the Martian ionosphere from the MAVEN radio occultation science experiment, Yao, M.-J., Cui, J., Wu, X.-S., Huang, Y.-Y., and Wang, W.-R., 2019, Earth and Planetary Physics, 3, 283-289
  224. Local generation of high frequency plasmaspheric hiss observed by Van Allen Probes, He, Z.-G., Chen, L.-J., Liu, X., Zhu, H., Liu, S., Gao, Z.-L., and Cao, Y., 2019, Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 1141-1148
  225. Middle-latitudinal band structure observed in the nighttime ionosphere, Zhong, J.-H., Lei, J.-H., Yue, X.-A., Luan, X.-L., and Dou, X.-K., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 124, 5857-5873
  226. Empirical orthogonal function analysis and modeling of the topside ionospheric and plasmaspheric TECs, Zhong, J.-H., Lei, J.-H, Yue, X.-A., Wang, W.-B., Burns, A. G., Luan, X.-L., and Dou, X.-K., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 124, 3681-3698
  227. Formation mechanism of the Lidang circular structure in the Guangxi Province, Yan, P., Xiao, Z.-Y., Ma, Y.-Z., Wang, Y.-C., and Pu, J., 2019, Earth and Planetary Physics, 3, 298 -304
  228. Extreme-ultraviolet late phase caused by magnetic reconnection over quadrupolar magnetic configuration in a solar flare, Zhou, Z.-J., Cheng, X., Liu, L.-J., Dai, Y., Wang, Y.-M., and Cui, J., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, in press
  229. Why torus-unstable filaments experience failed eruption? Zhou, Z.-J., Cheng, X., Zhang, J., Wang, Y.-M., Wang, D., Liu, L.-J., Zhuang, B., and Cui, J., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, in press
  230. Formation of a Magnetic Flux Rope in the Early Emergence Phase of NOAA Active Region 12673, Liu, L.-J., Cheng, X., Wang, Y.-M., and Zhou, Z.-J., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, in press
  231. Two Types of Solar Confined Flares, Li, T., Liu, L.-J., Hou, Y.-J., and Zhang, J., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, 881, 151
  232. A study of pre-flare solar coronal magnetic fields: Magnetic flux ropes, Duan, A.-Y., Jiang, C.-W., He, W., Feng, X.-S., Zou, P., and Cui, J., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, in press
  233. Combined effects of equatorial chorus waves and high‐latitude Z‐mode waves on Saturn’s radiation belt electrons, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cui, J., Cao, J.-B., and Wang, J, 2019, Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 8624-8632
  234. Effect of the hot He+ ions on the electron pitch angle scattering driven by H+, He+ and O+ band EMIC waves, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cui, J., Cao, J.-B., and Wang, J., 2019, Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 6306-6314
  235. Effect of low-harmonic magnetosonic waves on the radiation belt electrons inside the plasmasphere, Yu, J., Li, L.-Y., Cui, J., Cao, J.-B., and Wang, J., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 124, 3390-3401
  236. Ring current proton scattering by low-frequency magnetosonic waves, Yu, J., Wang, J., and Cui, J., 2019, Earth and Planetary Physics, 3, 365-372
  237. Alpha-Chapman scale height: Longitudinal variation and global modeling, Li, Q.-L., Liu, L.-B., Jiang, J.-Z., Li, W.-B., Huang, H., Yu, Y., Li, J.-C., Zhang, R.-L., Le, H.-J., and Chen, Y.-D., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 124, 2083-2098
  238. Unusual multiple excitation of large-scale gravity waves by successive stream interactions: the role of Alfvenic fluctuations, Guo, J.-P., Wang, Z.-H., Zheng, J.-C., Cui, J., Wei, Y., and Wan, W.-X., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, 124, 6281-6287
  239. Properties of stream interactions and their associated shocks near 1.52 au: MAVEN observations, Huang, H., Guo, J.-P., Wang, Z.-H., Lin, H.-B., Zheng, J.-C., Cui, J., Xu, X.-J., Wang, Y., Feng, X.-S., Wei, Y., and Wan, W.-X., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal, 879, 118
  240. Detection of CO2 ice clouds with MAVEN/IUVS stellar occultation measurements, Jiang, F.-Y., Yelle, R.V., Jain, S.K., Cui, J., Montmessin, F., Schneider, N.M., Deighan, J., Gröller, H., and Verdier, L., 2019, Geophysical Research Letters, in press
  241. The relationship between photoelectron boundary and steep electron density gradient on Mars: MAVEN observations, Han, Q.-Q., Fan, K., Cui, J., Wei, Y., Fraenz, M., Dubinin, E., Chai, L.-H., Rong, Z.-J., Wan, W.-X., Andersson L., Mitchell, D.L., and Connerney, J.E.P., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research -Space Physics, in press
  242. Reduced atmospheric ion escape above Martian crustal magnetic fields, Fan, K., Fraenz, M., Wei, Y., Han, Q.-Q., Dubinin, E., Cui, J., Chai, L.-H., Rong, Z.-J., Zong, J., Wan, W.-X., McFadden, J.P., and Connerney, J., 2019, Geophysical Research Letters, in press
  243. Plasma Motion inside Flaring Regions Revealed by Doppler Shift Information from SDO/EVE Observations, Cheng, Z.-X., Wang, Y.-M., Liu, R., Zhou, Z.-J., and Liu, K., 2019, The Astrophysical Journal875, 93
  244. Analysis of stratospheric gravity wave parameters based on COSMIC observations, Wang, Y.-Z., Huang, Y.-Y., Li, H.-J., and Li, C.-Y., 2019, Chinese Journal of Space Science – Chinese Edition, 39, 326-341
  245. Extraction of lunar domes from Chang’E-2 data with new method, Liu, J.-J., Li, C.-L., Wang, W.-R., Zeng, X.-G., Mu, L.-L., and Yang, Y.-M., 2019, Icarus, 321, 29-33
  246. Ground experiments of Chang’e-5 lunar regolith penetrating radar, Xiao, Y., Su, Y., Dai, S., Feng, J.-Q., Xing, S.-G., Ding, C.-Y., and Li, C.-L., 2019, Advances in Space Research, 63, 3404-3419
  247. A mobile differential absorption lidar for simultaneous observations of tropospheric and stratospheric ozone over Tibet, Fang, X., Li, T., Ban, C., Wu, Z.-P., Li, J., Li, F., Cen, Y.-T., and Tian, B.-G., 2019, Optics express27, 4126-4139
  248. Thickness of lunar mare basalts: New results based on modeling the degradation of partially buried craters, Du, J., Fa, W.-Z., Wieczorek, M. A., Xie, M.-G., Cai, Y.-Z., and Zhu, M.-H., 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 124