Tai D Phan
Tai D Phan
University of California, Bekeley; Space Sciences Lab
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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First multispacecraft ion measurements in and near the Earth's magnetosphere with the identical Cluster ion spectrometry (CIS) experiment
H Reme, C Aoustin, JM Bosqued, I Dandouras, B Lavraud, JA Sauvaud, ...
11762001
Transport of solar wind into Earth's magnetosphere through rolled-up Kelvin–Helmholtz vortices
H Hasegawa, M Fujimoto, TD Phan, H Reme, A Balogh, MW Dunlop, ...
Nature 430 (7001), 755-758, 2004
5272004
Tail reconnection triggering substorm onset
V Angelopoulos, JP McFadden, D Larson, CW Carlson, SB Mende, ...
Science 321 (5891), 931-935, 2008
5132008
In situ detection of collisionless reconnection in the Earth's magnetotail
M Řieroset, TD Phan, M Fujimoto, RP Lin, RP Lepping
Nature 412 (6845), 414-417, 2001
5062001
Evidence of diffusion regions at a subsolar magnetopause crossing
FS Mozer, SD Bale, TD Phan
Physical review letters 89 (1), 015002, 2002
3872002
The magnetosheath region adjacent to the dayside magnetopause: AMPTE/IRM observations
TD Phan, G Paschmann, W Baumjohann, N Sckopke, H Lühr
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 99 (A1), 121-141, 1994
3651994
Evidence for Electron Acceleration up to in the Magnetic Reconnection Diffusion Region of Earth’s Magnetotail
M Řieroset, RP Lin, TD Phan, DE Larson, SD Bale
Physical Review Letters 89 (19), 195001, 2002
3112002
Electron-scale measurements of magnetic reconnection in space
JL Burch, RB Torbert, TD Phan, LJ Chen, TE Moore, RE Ergun, ...
Science 352 (6290), 2016
2982016
A magnetic reconnection X-line extending more than 390 Earth radii in the solar wind
TD Phan, JT Gosling, MS Davis, RM Skoug, M Řieroset, RP Lin, ...
Nature 439 (7073), 175-178, 2006
2762006
Extended magnetic reconnection at the Earth's magnetopause from detection of bi-directional jets
TD Phan, LM Kistler, B Klecker, G Haerendel, G Paschmann, ...
Nature 404 (6780), 848-850, 2000
2092000
Electron acceleration by multi-island coalescence
M Oka, TD Phan, S Krucker, M Fujimoto, I Shinohara
The Astrophysical Journal 714 (1), 915, 2010
2002010
Structure of the magnetic reconnection diffusion region from four-spacecraft observations
A Vaivads, Y Khotyaintsev, M André, A Retino, SC Buchert, BN Rogers, ...
Physical review letters 93 (10), 105001, 2004
1992004
Low‐latitude dayside magnetopause and boundary layer for high magnetic shear: 1. Structure and motion
TD Phan, G Paschmann
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 101 (A4), 7801-7815, 1996
1921996
Magnetotail flow bursts: association to global magnetospheric circulation, relationship to ionospheric activity and direct evidence for localization
V Angelopoulos, TD Phan, DE Larson, FS Mozer, RP Lin, K Tsuruda, ...
Geophysical research letters 24 (18), 2271-2274, 1997
1851997
Structure of the dayside magnetopause for low magnetic shear
G Paschmann, W Baumjohann, N Sckopke, TD Phan, H Lühr
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 98 (A8), 13409-13422, 1993
1811993
The FIELDS instrument suite for solar probe plus
SD Bale, K Goetz, PR Harvey, P Turin, JW Bonnell, TD De Wit, RE Ergun, ...
Space science reviews 204 (1-4), 49-82, 2016
1752016
First results from the THEMIS mission
V Angelopoulos, D Sibeck, CW Carlson, JP McFadden, D Larson, RP Lin, ...
Space Science Reviews 141 (1-4), 453-476, 2008
1682008
Low‐latitude dayside magnetopause and boundary layer for high magnetic shear: 2. Occurrence of magnetic reconnection
TD Phan, G Paschmann, BUÖ Sonnerup
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 101 (A4), 7817-7828, 1996
1651996
Evidence for an Elongated ( Ion Skin Depths) Electron Diffusion Region during Fast Magnetic Reconnection
TD Phan, JF Drake, MA Shay, FS Mozer, JP Eastwood
Physical review letters 99 (25), 255002, 2007
1552007
Ion heating resulting from pickup in magnetic reconnection exhausts
JF Drake, M Swisdak, TD Phan, PA Cassak, MA Shay, ST Lepri, RP Lin, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 114 (A5), 2009
1542009
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