Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Martian Year 34 Column Dust Climatology from Mars Climate Sounder Observations: Reconstructed Maps and Model Simulations146
Mineralogy of Vera Rubin Ridge From the Mars Science Laboratory CheMin Instrument92
What Martian Meteorites Reveal About the Interior and Surface of Mars85
A New Model of Jupiter's Magnetic Field at the Completion of Juno's Prime Mission74
The Nature and Origins of Sub‐Neptune Size Planets72
Evidence for a Diagenetic Origin of Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars: Summary and Synthesis of Curiosity's Exploration Campaign68
Global Patterns of Recent Mass Movement on Asteroid (101955) Bennu63
Hot Jupiters: Origins, Structure, Atmospheres62
Trajectory Estimation for Particles Observed in the Vicinity of (101955) Bennu52
InSight Constraints on the Global Character of the Martian Crust51
Evidence for Multiple Diagenetic Episodes in Ancient Fluvial‐Lacustrine Sedimentary Rocks in Gale Crater, Mars49
A Broad Continuum of Aeolian Impact Ripple Morphologies on Mars is Enabled by Low Wind Dynamic Pressures48
First Focal Mechanisms of Marsquakes46
A Study of Daytime Convective Vortices and Turbulence in the Martian Planetary Boundary Layer Based on Half‐a‐Year of InSight Atmospheric Measurements and Large‐Eddy Simulations46
Aerosols in Exoplanet Atmospheres45
The Chemostratigraphy of the Murray Formation and Role of Diagenesis at Vera Rubin Ridge in Gale Crater, Mars, as Observed by the ChemCam Instrument44
Megaripple Migration on Mars43
Vertically Resolved Magma Ocean–Protoatmosphere Evolution: H2, H2O, CO2, CH4, CO, O2, and N2as Primary Absorbers42
Chemical Cycling in the Venusian Atmosphere: A Full Photochemical Model From the Surface to 110 km41
Thermal Fatigue as a Driving Mechanism for Activity on Asteroid Bennu40
Entrainment and Dynamics of Ocean‐Derived Impurities Within Europa's Ice Shell40
High‐Frequency Seismic Events on Mars Observed by InSight40
1I/‘Oumuamua as an N2 Ice Fragment of an Exo‐Pluto Surface II: Generation of N2 Ice Fragments and the Origin of ‘Oumuamua36
Mars Science Laboratory CheMin Data From the Glen Torridon Region and the Significance of Lake‐Groundwater Interactions in Interpreting Mineralogy and Sedimentary History35
Improving Constraints on Planetary Interiors With PPs Receiver Functions35
A Rock Record of Complex Aeolian Bedforms in a Hesperian Desert Landscape: The Stimson Formation as Exposed in the Murray Buttes, Gale Crater, Mars35
Multi‐Annual Monitoring of the Water Vapor Vertical Distribution on Mars by SPICAM on Mars Express35
Elemental Composition and Chemical Evolution of Geologic Materials in Gale Crater, Mars: APXS Results From Bradbury Landing to the Vera Rubin Ridge35
APXS‐Derived Compositional Characteristics of Vera Rubin Ridge and Murray Formation, Gale Crater, Mars: Geochemical Implications for the Origin of the Ridge34
Diagenesis of Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars, From Mastcam Multispectral Images34
Autocorrelation of the Ground Vibrations Recorded by the SEIS‐InSight Seismometer on Mars34
Constraints on the Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars, From Mars Science Laboratory Sample Analysis at Mars Evolved Gas Analyses34
A Comodulation Analysis of Atmospheric Energy Injection Into the Ground Motion at InSight, Mars33
Marsquake Locations and 1‐D Seismic Models for Mars From InSight Data33
Analyses of High‐Iron Sedimentary Bedrock and Diagenetic Features Observed With ChemCam at Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars: Calibration and Characterization33
Iron Mobility During Diagenesis at Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars33
Effects of a Large Dust Storm in the Near‐Surface Atmosphere as Measured by InSight in Elysium Planitia, Mars. Comparison With Contemporaneous Measurements by Mars Science Laboratory32
Widespread Exposures of Extensive Clean Shallow Ice in the Midlatitudes of Mars32
The Polarization of Ambient Noise on Mars32
Magnetic Induction Responses of Jupiter's Ocean Moons Including Effects From Adiabatic Convection31
Pressure Effects on the SEIS‐InSight Instrument, Improvement of Seismic Records, and Characterization of Long Period Atmospheric Waves From Ground Displacements31
Evidence for a Stratified Upper Mantle Preserved Within the South Pole‐Aitken Basin31
Meteoroid Impacts as a Source of Bennu's Particle Ejection Events31
Assessment of InSight Landing Site Predictions31
Properties of Water Ice and Dust Particles in the Atmosphere of Mars During the 2018 Global Dust Storm as Inferred From the Atmospheric Chemistry Suite30
Samples Collected From the Floor of Jezero Crater With the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover30
Storms and the Depletion of Ammonia in Jupiter: I. Microphysics of “Mushballs”29
Synergistic Ground and Orbital Observations of Iron Oxides on Mt. Sharp and Vera Rubin Ridge29
Long‐Term Earth‐Moon Evolution With High‐Level Orbit and Ocean Tide Models29
Geology and Stratigraphic Correlation of the Murray and Carolyn Shoemaker Formations Across the Glen Torridon Region, Gale Crater, Mars28
1I/‘Oumuamua as an N2 Ice Fragment of an exo‐Pluto Surface: I. Size and Compositional Constraints28
Macroporosity and Grain Density of Rubble Pile Asteroid (162173) Ryugu28
Gravity Wave Activity in the Atmosphere of Mars During the 2018 Global Dust Storm: Simulations With a High‐Resolution Model28
Lunar Titanium and Frequency‐Dependent Microwave Loss Tangent as Constrained by the Chang'E‐2 MRM and LRO Diviner Lunar Radiometers27
The Curiosity Rover's Exploration of Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars: An Overview of the Campaign and Scientific Results26
Detection of Reduced Sulfur on Vera Rubin Ridge by Quadratic Discriminant Analysis of Volatiles Observed During Evolved Gas Analysis26
Thermal Conductivity of the Martian Soil at the InSight Landing Site From HP3 Active Heating Experiments26
Landing Site Selection and Characterization of Tianwen‐1 (Zhurong Rover) on Mars25
Implications for Ice Stability and Particle Ejection From High‐Resolution Temperature Modeling of Asteroid (101955) Bennu25
A New Crater Near InSight: Implications for Seismic Impact Detectability on Mars25
Regolith Properties in the Chang'E‐5 Landing Region of the Moon: Results From Multi‐Source Remote Sensing Observations25
Exploring Ocean Circulation on Icy Moons Heated From Below25
Estimates on the Frequency of Volcanic Eruptions on Venus25
Christiansen Feature Map From the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment: Improved Corrections and Derived Mineralogy25
Electrical Resistivity Measurements of Fe‐Si With Implications for the Early Lunar Dynamo25
Formation of Tridymite and Evidence for a Hydrothermal History at Gale Crater, Mars25
Small Volcanic Vents of the Tharsis Volcanic Province, Mars25
X‐Ray Amorphous Components in Sedimentary Rocks of Gale Crater, Mars: Evidence for Ancient Formation and Long‐Lived Aqueous Activity24
Storms and the Depletion of Ammonia in Jupiter: II. Explaining the Juno Observations24
Properties of Lunar Regolith on the Moon's Farside Unveiled by Chang'E‐4 Lunar Penetrating Radar24
Effects of Geochemical and Environmental Parameters on Abiotic Organic Chemistry Driven by Iron Hydroxide Minerals24
Vortex‐Dominated Aeolian Activity at InSight's Landing Site, Part 1: Multi‐Instrument Observations, Analysis, and Implications24
Dynamical Evolution of Simulated Particles Ejected From Asteroid Bennu24
Dingo Gap: Curiosity Went Up a Small Transverse Aeolian Ridge and Came Down a Megaripple24
Updated Perspectives and Hypotheses on the Mineralogy of Lower Mt. Sharp, Mars, as Seen From Orbit23
Where are Mars’ Hypothesized Ocean Shorelines? Large Lateral and Topographic Offsets Between Different Versions of Paleoshoreline Maps23
Gravity Wave Activity in the Martian Atmosphere at Altitudes 20–160 km From ACS/TGO Occultation Measurements23
Photometry of Particles Ejected From Active Asteroid (101955) Bennu23
Relationship Between the Ozone and Water Vapor Columns on Mars as Observed by SPICAM and Calculated by a Global Climate Model23
Three‐Dimensional Configuration of Induced Magnetic Fields Around Mars23
Meter‐Scale Topographic Roughness of the Moon: The Effect of Small Impact Craters22
Partitioning of Crystalline and Amorphous Phases During Freezing of Simulated Enceladus Ocean Fluids22
Constraining Ancient Magmatic Evolution on Mars Using Crystal Chemistry of Detrital Igneous Minerals in the Sedimentary Bradbury Group, Gale Crater, Mars22
An Improved Global Catalog of Lunar Impact Craters (≥1 km) With 3D Morphometric Information and Updates on Global Crater Analysis22
Pyrolysis of Oxalate, Acetate, and Perchlorate Mixtures and the Implications for Organic Salts on Mars22
An Evolving Understanding of Enigmatic Large Ripples on Mars22
Martian Hydrated Minerals: A Significant Water Sink22
The Tides of Enceladus' Porous Core21
The Thermo‐Chemical Evolution of Mars With a Strongly Stratified Mantle21
Stratigraphic Relationships in Jezero Crater, Mars: Constraints on the Timing of Fluvial‐Lacustrine Activity From Orbital Observations21
Introduction to the Special Issue: Exploration of the Activity of Asteroid (101955) Bennu21
Compositions and Interior Structures of the Large Moons of Uranus and Implications for Future Spacecraft Observations21
Distribution of Interplanetary Dust Detected by the Juno Spacecraft and Its Contribution to the Zodiacal Light21
Dynamics of a Solidifying Icy Satellite Shell21
Mars: Abundant Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) Following the Planet‐Encircling Dust Event (PEDE) of 201821
The Aeolian Environment of the Landing Site for the ExoMars Rosalind Franklin Rover in Oxia Planum, Mars21
New Craters on Mars: An Updated Catalog20
Geometry and Segmentation of Cerberus Fossae, Mars: Implications for Marsquake Properties20
Analyzing Low Frequency Seismic Events at Cerberus Fossae as Long Period Volcanic Quakes20
Composition, Stratigraphy, and Geological History of the Noachian Basement Surrounding the Isidis Impact Basin20
Differential Rotation in Jupiter's Interior Revealed by Simultaneous Inversion for the Magnetic Field and Zonal Flux Velocity20
In Search of Subsurface Oceans Within the Uranian Moons20
Thermal and Chemical Evolution of Small, Shallow Water Bodies in Europa's Ice Shell20
From Lake to River: Documenting an Environmental Transition Across the Jura/Knockfarril Hill Members Boundary in the Glen Torridon Region of Gale Crater (Mars)20
The Seismic Moment and Seismic Efficiency of Small Impacts on Mars20
Vertical Propagation of Wave Perturbations in the Middle Atmosphere on Mars by MAVEN/IUVS20
Spectral, Compositional, and Physical Properties of the Upper Murray Formation and Vera Rubin Ridge, Gale Crater, Mars20
The Composition of the South Polar Cap of Mars Derived From Orbital Data19
Reflectance of Jezero Crater Floor: 2. Mineralogical Interpretation19
Overview of the Morphology and Chemistry of Diagenetic Features in the Clay‐Rich Glen Torridon Unit of Gale Crater, Mars19
Vortex‐Dominated Aeolian Activity at InSight's Landing Site, Part 2: Local Meteorology, Transport Dynamics, and Model Analysis19
Hazy Blue Worlds: A Holistic Aerosol Model for Uranus and Neptune, Including Dark Spots19
Soil Thermophysical Properties Near the InSight Lander Derived From 50 Sols of Radiometer Measurements19
Heat Production and Tidally Driven Fluid Flow in the Permeable Core of Enceladus19
Lunar Magnetic Field Models From Lunar Prospector and SELENE/Kaguya Along‐Track Magnetic Field Gradients19
The Physics of Falling Raindrops in Diverse Planetary Atmospheres19
Experimental Crystallization of the Lunar Magma Ocean, Initial Selenotherm and Density Stratification, and Implications for Crust Formation, Overturn and the Bulk Silicate Moon Composition19
Bedrock Geochemistry and Alteration History of the Clay‐Bearing Glen Torridon Region of Gale Crater, Mars19
Evidence for Fluctuating Wind in Shaping an Ancient Martian Dune Field: The Stimson Formation at the Greenheugh Pediment, Gale Crater19
Interannual Variability of Atmospheric Gravity Waves in the Martian Thermosphere: Effects of the 2018 Planet‐Encircling Dust Event19
The Fundamental Connections between the Solar System and Exoplanetary Science18
On the Effect of Magnetospheric Shielding on the Lunar Hydrogen Cycle18
Secondary Impact Burial and Excavation Gardening on the Moon and the Depth to Ice in Permanent Shadow18
Mercury's Interior Structure Constrained by Density and P‐Wave Velocity Measurements of Liquid Fe‐Si‐C Alloys18
Characteristics, Origins, and Biosignature Preservation Potential of Carbonate‐Bearing Rocks Within and Outside of Jezero Crater18
Active Mars: A Dynamic World18
Asymmetric Impacts on Mars’ Polar Vortices From an Equinoctial Global Dust Storm18
Distinct Mineralogy and Age of Individual Lava Flows in Atla Regio, Venus Derived From Magellan Radar Emissivity18
The Salty Secrets of Icy Ocean Worlds18
Jupiter's Temperate Belt/Zone Contrasts Revealed at Depth by Juno Microwave Observations18
ExoMars TGO/NOMAD‐UVIS Vertical Profiles of Ozone: 1. Seasonal Variation and Comparison to Water18
Telescopic Observations of Lunar Hydration: Variations and Abundance17
Super High Frequency Events: A New Class of Events Recorded by the InSight Seismometers on Mars17
Tidal Evolution of the Evection Resonance/Quasi‐Resonance and the Angular Momentum of the Earth‐Moon System17
Morphology, Morphometry and Distribution of Isolated Landforms in Southern Chryse Planitia, Mars17
The Origin of Observed Magnetic Variability for a Sol on Mars From InSight17
Temperatures Near the Lunar Poles and Their Correlation With Hydrogen Predicted by LEND17
A Mars 2020 Perseverance SuperCam Perspective on the Igneous Nature of the Máaz Formation at Jezero Crater and Link With Séítah, Mars17
3‐D Density Structure of the Lunar Mascon Basins Revealed by a High‐Efficient Gravity Inversion of the GRAIL Data17
Large Eddy Simulations of the Dusty Martian Convective Boundary Layer With MarsWRF17
In Situ and Orbital Stratigraphic Characterization of the InSight Landing Site—A Type Example of a Regolith‐Covered Lava Plain on Mars17
Ancient Martian Aeolian Sand Dune Deposits Recorded in the Stratigraphy of Valles Marineris and Implications for Past Climates16
The Geophysical Environment of (486958) Arrokoth—A Small Kuiper Belt Object Explored by New Horizons16
The Thermal Evolution of Planetesimals During Accretion and Differentiation: Consequences for Dynamo Generation by Thermally‐Driven Convection16
A Global Survey of Lithospheric Flexure at Steep‐Sided Domical Volcanoes on Venus Reveals Intermediate Elastic Thicknesses16
Fluvial Sinuous Ridges of the Morrison Formation, USA: Meandering, Scarp Retreat, and Implications for Mars16
Lithospheric Structure of Venusian Crustal Plateaus16
Small Impact Crater Populations on Saturn's Moon Tethys and Implications for Source Impactors in the System16
A Spectral Investigation of Aqueously and Thermally Altered CM, CM‐An, and CY Chondrites Under Simulated Asteroid Conditions for Comparison With OSIRIS‐REx and Hayabusa2 Observations16
Lava Flow Eruption Conditions in the Tharsis Volcanic Province on Mars16
The Surface Energy Budget at Gale Crater During the First 2500 Sols of the Mars Science Laboratory Mission16
Growth and Evolution of Secondary Volcanic Atmospheres: I. Identifying the Geological Character of Hot Rocky Planets16
Isotopic Composition of CO2 in the Atmosphere of Mars: Fractionation by Diffusive Separation Observed by the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter16
Carbonate Detection With SuperCam in Igneous Rocks on the Floor of Jezero Crater, Mars16
Dielectric Properties of the Medusae Fossae Formation and Implications for Ice Content16
From the Top of Martian Olympus to Deep Craters and Beneath: Mars Radiation Environment Under Different Atmospheric and Regolith Depths16
Infrared Observations of Ganymede From the Jovian InfraRed Auroral Mapper on Juno16
Revisiting the Sulfur‐Water Chemical System in the Middle Atmosphere of Venus16
Constraining Martian Regolith and Vortex Parameters From Combined Seismic and Meteorological Measurements16
Surface Energy Budget, Albedo, and Thermal Inertia at Jezero Crater, Mars, as Observed From the Mars 2020 MEDA Instrument16
SHERLOC Raman Mineral Class Detections of the Mars 2020 Crater Floor Campaign15
Hydrothermal Precipitation of Sanidine (Adularia) Having Full Al,Si Structural Disorder and Specular Hematite at Maunakea Volcano (Hawai'i) and at Gale Crater (Mars)15
Evidence for a Locally Thinned Lithosphere Associated With Recent Volcanism at Aramaiti Corona, Venus15
Orbital and In‐Situ Investigation of Periodic Bedrock Ridges in Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars15
The Formation of Terraces on Asteroid (101955) Bennu15
Source‐to‐Sink Terrestrial Analogs for the Paleoenvironment of Gale Crater, Mars15
The Distribution of Frosts on Mars: Links to Present‐Day Gully Activity15
The Evolution of a Spacecraft‐Generated Lunar Exosphere15
Rock Fragments in Shallow Lunar Regolith: Constraints by the Lunar Penetrating Radar Onboard the Chang'E‐4 Mission15
A New Large‐Scale Map of the Lunar Crustal Magnetic Field and Its Interpretation15
Radiation Environment and Doses on Mars at Oxia Planum and Mawrth Vallis: Support for Exploration at Sites With High Biosignature Preservation Potential15
Overview and Results From the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover's First Science Campaign on the Jezero Crater Floor15
Higher Martian Atmospheric Temperatures at All Altitudes Increase the D/H Fractionation Factor and Water Loss15
The Aeolian Environment in Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars15
Martian Ripples Making a Splash15
Species‐dependent Response of the Martian Ionosphere to the 2018 Global Dust Event15
Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Studies of the Martian Atmosphere Over Jezero From Pressure Measurements15
Ganymede's Far‐Ultraviolet Reflectance: Constraining Impurities in the Surface Ice14
Lunar Secondary Craters and Estimated Ejecta Block Sizes Reveal a Scale‐Dependent Fragmentation Trend14
Local Time Dependence of Jupiter's Polar Auroral Emissions Observed by Juno UVS14
Convective Vortices and Dust Devils Detected and Characterized by Mars 202014
Seasonal and Geographical Variability of the Martian Ionosphere From Mars Express Observations14
Formation of Magnesium Carbonates on Earth and Implications for Mars14
Intricate Regolith Reworking Processes Revealed by Microstructures on Lunar Impact Glasses14
Evolved Gas Analyses of Sedimentary Rocks From the Glen Torridon Clay‐Bearing Unit, Gale Crater, Mars: Results From the Mars Science Laboratory Sample Analysis at Mars Instrument Suite14
History and Future of the Martian Dynamo and Implications of a Hypothetical Solid Inner Core14
Igneous or Mud Volcanism on Mars? The Case Study of Hephaestus Fossae14
Statistical Analysis of APXS‐Derived Chemistry of the Clay‐Bearing Glen Torridon Region and Mount Sharp Group, Gale Crater, Mars14
Jupiter's Equatorial Plumes and Hot Spots: Spectral Mapping from Gemini/TEXES and Juno/MWR14
Experimental Insights Into Space Weathering of Phobos: Laboratory Investigation of Sputtering by Atomic and Molecular Planetary Ions14
The Oxygen Isotope Compositions of Large Numbers of Small Cosmic Spherules: Implications for Their Sources and the Isotopic Composition of the Upper Atmosphere14
Rock Magnetic Characterization of Returned Samples From Asteroid (162173) Ryugu: Implications for Paleomagnetic Interpretation and Paleointensity Estimation14
Ring‐Moat Dome Structures (RMDSs) in the Lunar Maria: Statistical, Compositional, and Morphological Characterization and Assessment of Theories of Origin14
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot: Strong Interactions With Incoming Anticyclones in 201914
A Probabilistic Approach to Determination of Ceres' Average Surface Composition From Dawn Visible‐Infrared Mapping Spectrometer and Gamma Ray and Neutron Detector Data13
Machine Learning Mid‐Infrared Spectral Models for Predicting Modal Mineralogy of CI/CM Chondritic Asteroids and Bennu13
Possible Transient Luminous Events Observed in Jupiter's Upper Atmosphere13
Sedimentary Organics in Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars: Results From the SAM Instrument Suite and Supporting Laboratory Analyses13
Early Habitability and Crustal Decarbonation of a Stagnant‐Lid Venus13
ExoMars TGO/NOMAD‐UVIS Vertical Profiles of Ozone: 2. The High‐Altitude Layers of Atmospheric Ozone13
Hydrogen Variability in the Murray Formation, Gale Crater, Mars13
Unmixing Mineral Abundance and Mg# With Radiative Transfer Theory: Modeling and Applications13
A Global Thermal Conductivity Model for Lunar Regolith at Low Temperatures13
Lifetime of the Outer Solar System Nebula From Carbonaceous Chondrites13
Thermophysical Properties and Surface Heterogeneity of Landing Sites on Mars From Overlapping Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) Observations13
Martian Dust Storms and Gravity Waves: Disentangling Water Transport to the Upper Atmosphere13
Dynamics of Lithospheric Overturns and Implications for Venus's Surface13
Widespread Megaripple Activity Across the North Polar Ergs of Mars13
Photoelectrons as a Tracer of Planetary Atmospheric Composition: Application to CO on Mars13
Re‐Evaluation of Large Martian Ripples in Gale Crater: Granulometric Evidence for an Impact Mechanism and Terrestrial Analogues13
Tectonics of Enceladus’ South Pole: Block Rotation of the Tiger Stripes12
Regional Impact Crater Mapping and Analysis on Saturn's Moon Dione and the Relation to Source Impactors12
Influence of Calcium Perchlorate on Organics Under SAM‐Like Pyrolysis Conditions: Constraints on the Nature of Martian Organics12
Studies of the 2018/Mars Year 34 Planet‐Encircling Dust Storm12
The Internal Structure of Mercury's Core Inferred From Magnetic Observations12
Dynamics of Subsurface Migration of Water on the Moon12
Internally Heated Porous Convection: An Idealized Model for Enceladus' Hydrothermal Activity12
The Bathymetry of Moray Sinus at Titan's Kraken Mare12
Explaining NOMAD D/H Observations by Cloud‐Induced Fractionation of Water Vapor on Mars12
Fundamental Science and Engineering Questions in Planetary Cave Exploration12
CRISM‐Based High Spatial Resolution Thermal Inertia Mapping Along Curiosity's Traverses in Gale Crater12
The Growth of Europa's Icy Shell: Convection and Crystallization12
A GCM Study on the 4‐Day and 5‐Day Waves in the Venus Atmosphere12
Global Vertical Distribution of Water Vapor on Mars: Results From 3.5 Years of ExoMars‐TGO/NOMAD Science Operations12
The Range of Jupiter's Flow Structures That Fit the Juno Asymmetric Gravity Measurements12
Prolonged Rock Exhumation at the Rims of Kilometer‐Scale Lunar Craters12
Hydroxylation of Apollo 17 Soil Sample 78421 by Solar Wind Protons12
X‐Ray Amorphous Sulfur‐Bearing Phases in Sedimentary Rocks of Gale Crater, Mars12
Near Surface Atmospheric Temperatures at Jezero From Mars 2020 MEDA Measurements12
The Long‐Lived and Recent Seismicity at the Lunar Orientale Basin: Evidence From Morphology and Formation Ages of Boulder Avalanches, Tectonics, and Seismic Ground Motion12
Experimentally Induced Thermal Fatigue on Lunar and Eucrite Meteorites—Influence of the Mineralogy on Rock Breakdown12
An Insight Into Ancient Aeolian Processes and Post‐Noachian Aqueous Alteration in Gale Crater, Mars, Using ChemCam Geochemical Data From the Greenheugh Capping Unit12
Experimental Simulation of Titan's Stratospheric Photochemistry: Benzene (C6H6) Ices11
Deriving Mercury Geodetic Parameters With Altimetric Crossovers From the Mercury Laser Altimeter (MLA)11
An Extremely Elongated Cloud Over Arsia Mons Volcano on Mars: I. Life Cycle11
Gravity Wave Observations by the Mars Science Laboratory REMS Pressure Sensor and Comparison With Mesoscale Atmospheric Modeling With MarsWRF11
Enhanced Densities in the Martian Thermosphere Associated With the 2018 Planet‐Encircling Dust Event: Results From MENCA/MOM and NGIMS/MAVEN11
A Global and Seasonal Perspective of Martian Water Vapor From ExoMars/NOMAD11
Turbulent Shear Flow Over Large Martian Ripples11
Rivers and Lakes in Western Arabia Terra: The Fluvial Catchment of the ExoMars 2022 Rover Landing Site11
Spectral Diversity of Rocks and Soils in Mastcam Observations Along the Curiosity Rover's Traverse in Gale Crater, Mars11
Surface Kinetic Temperatures and Nontronite Single Scattering Albedo Spectra From Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter CRISM Hyperspectral Imaging Data Over Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars11
A Time‐Resolved Paleomagnetic Record of Main Group Pallasites: Evidence for a Large‐Cored, Thin‐Mantled Parent Body11
Nanoscale Variations in Natural Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Weathering Products in Mafic to Intermediate Volcanic Terrains on Earth: Implications for Amorphous Detections on Mars11
Possible Non‐Mare Lithologies in the Regolith at the Chang’E‐5 Landing Site: Evidence From Remote Sensing Data11
Layered Ejecta Craters in the Candidate Landing Areas of China's First Mars Mission (Tianwen‐1): Implications for Subsurface Volatile Concentrations11
Carbon Dioxide Ice Glaciers at the South Pole of Mars11
Thermal Structure and Aerosols in Mars’ Atmosphere From TIRVIM/ACS Onboard the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter: Validation of the Retrieval Algorithm11
Physical and Chemical Evolution of Lunar Mare Regolith11
Dynamic Compressive Strength and Fragmentation in Felsic Crystalline Rocks11
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