James Arthur Slavin
James Arthur Slavin
Professor of Space Science
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The WIND magnetic field investigation
RP Lepping, MH Acũna, LF Burlaga, WM Farrell, JA Slavin, KH Schatten, ...
Space Science Reviews 71 (1-4), 207-229, 1995
12711995
The magnetospheric multiscale magnetometers
CT Russell, BJ Anderson, W Baumjohann, KR Bromund, D Dearborn, ...
Space Science Reviews 199 (1-4), 189-256, 2016
4942016
The Cluster magnetic field investigation
A Balogh, MW Dunlop, SWH Cowley, DJ Southwood, JG Thomlinson, ...
Space Science Reviews 79 (1-2), 65-91, 1997
4821997
An ISEE 3 study of average and substorm conditions in the distant magnetotail
JA Slavin, EJ Smith, DG Sibeck, DN Baker, RD Zwickl, SI Akasofu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 90 (A11), 10875-10895, 1985
3831985
The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: Scientific objectives and implementation
SC Solomon, RL McNutt Jr, RE Gold, MH Acuña, DN Baker, WV Boynton, ...
Planetary and Space Science 49 (14-15), 1445-1465, 2001
3552001
Solar wind flow about the terrestrial planets 1. Modeling bow shock position and shape
JA Slavin, RE Holzer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 86 (A13), 11401-11418, 1981
3071981
Structure of the magnetotail at 220 RE and its response to geomagnetic activity
EW Hones Jr, DN Baker, SJ Bame, WC Feldman, JT Gosling, ...
Geophysical research letters 11 (1), 5-7, 1984
2931984
Geotail observations of magnetic flux ropes in the plasma sheet
JA Slavin, RP Lepping, J Gjerloev, DH Fairfield, M Hesse, CJ Owen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 108 (A1), SMP 10-1-SMP 10-18, 2003
2862003
Magnetic fields near Mars: First results
W Riedler, D Möhlmann, VN Oraevsky, K Schwingenschuh, ...
Nature 341 (6243), 604-607, 1989
2481989
Three‐dimensional position and shape of the bow shock and their variation with Alfvenic, sonic and magnetosonic Mach numbers and interplanetary magnetic field orientation
M Peredo, JA Slavin, E Mazur, SA Curtis
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 100 (A5), 7907-7916, 1995
2371995
Global simulation of the Geospace Environment Modeling substorm challenge event
J Raeder, RL McPherron, LA Frank, S Kokubun, G Lu, T Mukai, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 106 (A1), 381-395, 2001
2352001
The global magnetic field of Mercury from MESSENGER orbital observations
BJ Anderson, CL Johnson, H Korth, ME Purucker, RM Winslow, JA Slavin, ...
Science 333 (6051), 1859-1862, 2011
2242011
The Magnetometer instrument on MESSENGER
BJ Anderson, MH Acuña, DA Lohr, J Scheifele, A Raval, H Korth, ...
The MESSENGER mission to Mercury, 417-450, 2007
2232007
Magnetic flux transfer associated with expansions and contractions of the dayside magnetosphere
RE Holzer, JA Slavin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 83 (A8), 3831-3839, 1978
2221978
Substorm associated traveling compression regions in the distant tail: ISEE‐3 Geotail observations
JA Slavin, EJ Smith, BT Tsurutani, DG Sibeck, HJ Singer, DN Baker, ...
Geophysical research letters 11 (7), 657-660, 1984
2091984
Observations of the dayside ionopause and ionosphere of Venus
RC Elphic, CT Russell, JA Slavin, LH Brace
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 85 (A13), 7679-7696, 1980
2011980
MESSENGER observations of magnetic reconnection in Mercury’s magnetosphere
JA Slavin, MH Acuña, BJ Anderson, DN Baker, M Benna, SA Boardsen, ...
science 324 (5927), 606-610, 2009
1932009
ISEE 3 observations of traveling compression regions in the Earth's magnetotail
JA Slavin, MF Smith, EL Mazur, DN Baker, EW Hones Jr, T Iyemori, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 98 (A9), 15425-15446, 1993
1811993
Initial Pioneer Venus magnetic field results: Dayside observations
CT Russell, RC Elphic, JA Slavin
Science 203 (4382), 745-748, 1979
1751979
Return to Mercury: a global perspective on MESSENGER's first Mercury flyby
SC Solomon, RL McNutt, TR Watters, DJ Lawrence, WC Feldman, ...
science 321 (5885), 59-62, 2008
1662008
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