Jim M. Raines

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Climate and Space Sciences & Engineering University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Sun W, Slavin JA, Milillo A, et al. (2022) MESSENGER Observations of Planetary Ion Enhancements at Mercury's Northern Magnetospheric Cusp During Flux Transfer Event Showers. Journal of Geophysical Research. Space Physics. 127: e2022JA030280
Jasinski JM, Regoli LH, Cassidy TA, et al. (2020) A transient enhancement of Mercury's exosphere at extremely high altitudes inferred from pickup ions. Nature Communications. 11: 4350
Orsini S, Mangano V, Milillo A, et al. (2018) Mercury sodium exospheric emission as a proxy for solar perturbations transit. Scientific Reports. 8: 928
Tracy PJ, Kasper JC, Raines JM, et al. (2016) Constraining Solar Wind Heating Processes by Kinetic Properties of Heavy Ions. Physical Review Letters. 116: 255101
Zurbuchen TH, Raines JM, Slavin JA, et al. (2011) MESSENGER observations of the spatial distribution of planetary ions near Mercury. Science (New York, N.Y.). 333: 1862-5
Anderson BJ, Johnson CL, Korth H, et al. (2011) The global magnetic field of Mercury from MESSENGER orbital observations. Science (New York, N.Y.). 333: 1859-62
Slavin JA, Anderson BJ, Baker DN, et al. (2010) MESSENGER observations of extreme loading and unloading of Mercury's magnetic tail. Science (New York, N.Y.). 329: 665-8
Slavin JA, Acuña MH, Anderson BJ, et al. (2009) MESSENGER observations of magnetic reconnection in Mercury's magnetosphere. Science (New York, N.Y.). 324: 606-10
Zurbuchen TH, Raines JM, Gloeckler G, et al. (2008) MESSENGER observations of the composition of Mercury's ionized exosphere and plasma environment. Science (New York, N.Y.). 321: 90-2
Slavin JA, Acuña MH, Anderson BJ, et al. (2008) Mercury's magnetosphere after MESSENGER's first flyby. Science (New York, N.Y.). 321: 85-9
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