Two ways to obtain Publications Based MESSENGER MASCS UVVS Data
A publication list - current 12 July 2013
Solomon, S., et al., 2001, The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: scientific objectives and implementation, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 49, Issue 14-15, p. 1445-1465
Gold, R. et al., 2001, The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: scientific payload, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 49, Issue 14-15, p. 1467-1479.
McClintock, W., Lankton, R. 2007, The Mercury Atmospheric and Surface Composition Spectrometer for the MESSENGER Mission, Space Science Reviews, Volume 131, Issue 1-4, pp. 481-521
Domingue, D., et al., 2007, Mercury's Atmosphere: A Surface-Bounded Exosphere. Space Science Reviews, Volume 131, Issue 1-4, pp. 161-186
McClintock, W., et al., 2008, Mercury's Exosphere: Observations During MESSENGER's First Mercury Flyby, Science, Volume 321, Issue 5885, pp. 92- (2008).
Vervack, R. J., et al., 2010, Mercury's Complex Exosphere: Results MESSENGER's Third Flyby, Science, Volume 329, Issue 5992, pp. 672- (2010).
Benna, M. et al., 2010, Modeling of the magnetosphere of Mercury at the time of the first MESSENGER flyby, Icarus, Volume 209, Issue 1, p. 3-10.
Killen, R.M., et al. 2010, Observations of metallic species in Mercury's exosphere, Icarus, Volume 209, Issue 1, p. 75-87.
Burger, M.H., et al., 2010, Monte Carlo modeling of sodium in Mercury's exosphere during the first two MESSENGER flybys, Icarus, Volume 209, Issue 1, p. 63-74.
Mouawad, N., et al., 2011, Constraints on Mercury's Na exosphere: Combined MESSENGER and ground-based data, Icarus, Volume 211, Issue 1, p. 21-36.
Schriver, D., et al., 2011, Electron transport and precipitation at Mercury during the MESSENGER flybys: Implications for electron-stimulated desorption, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 59, Issue 15, p. 2026-2036.
Sarantos, M., et al., 2011, Limits to Mercury's magnesium exosphere from MESSENGER second flyby observations, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 59, Issue 15, p. 1992-2003.
Burger, M.H., et al., 2012, Modeling MESSENGER observations of calcium in Mercury's exosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 117, CiteID E00L11.
Baker, D., et al., 2013, Solar wind forcing at Mercury: WSA-ENLIL model results, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 118, Issue 1, pp. 45-5
An ongoing approach for tracking publicationsbased on data from the MASCS UVVS instrument is to utilize NASA's Astrophysical Data System (ADS)
Go to https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/classic-form/ and enter your search parameters
(note: you can constrain Author, Time Interval, Title Words, and/or Abstract Words).
The names of team members and associates are listed below. A search on these names will allow you to complete a list of their productive co-authors and provide an updated source that you can utilize to develop your individual search routine or bibliography.
McClintock, William E.
Burger, Matthew H.
Killen, Rosemary M.
Merkel, A. W.
Sprague, Ann L.
Vervack, Ronald J.
Planetary Surfaces Reflectance Spectroscopy