The relative abundance of different oxidation states for this important micronutrient varies on the basis of how much available sunlight there is.
Using 1D and 2D data sources as model constraints yields fine-scale insights into real-world aurorae.
A new model helps shed light on residue mulch, an important regulator of surface soil conditions.
A physics-based method estimates the duration of earthquakes’ coseismic phase and can help improve the precision of coseismic slip models and magnitude estimates.
The microwave radiometer aboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft reveals the hidden atmospheric circulations at work deep below Jupiter’s colorful clouds.
Computer modeling constrained by positional data collected in the aftermath of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake indicates the lower crust is less viscous than the upper mantle below it.
A new model of chorus wave electron interaction attempts to explain how observations can support two seemingly contradictory mechanisms of frequency chirping.
Magnetic reconnection events less than 2 Jovian radii above the planet’s cloud tops could explain why Juno has yet to observe a source for Jupiter’s polar aurore.
Over 2 decades, Cluster has shed light on the auroral acceleration region, where parallel electric fields send charged particles on a collision course with the atmosphere.