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author = {Sibeck, DG and Angelopoulos, V and Brain, DA and Delory, GT and Eastwood, JP and Farrell, WM and Grimm, RE and Halekas, JS and Hasegawa, H and Hellinger, P and Khurana, KK and Lillis, RJ and Øieroset, M and Phan, TD and Raeder, J and Russell, CT and Schriver, D and Slavin, JA and Travnicek, PM and Weygand, JM},
booktitle = {The ARTEMIS Mission},
doi = {10.1007/978-1-4614-9554-3_3},
pages = {27--59},
title = {ARTEMIS science objectives},
url = {},
year = {2013}

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AB - NASA's two spacecraft ARTEMIS mission will address both heliospheric and planetary research questions, first while in orbit about the Earth with the Moon and subsequently while in orbit about the Moon. Heliospheric topics include the structure of the Earth's magnetotail; reconnection, particle acceleration, and turbulence in the Earth's magnetosphere, at the bow shock, and in the solar wind; and the formation and structure of the lunar wake. Planetary topics include the lunar exosphere and its relationship to the composition of the lunar surface, the effects of electric fields on dust in the exosphere, internal structure of the Moon, and the lunar crustal magnetic field. This paper describes the expected contributions of ARTEMIS to these baseline scientific objectives.
AU - Sibeck,DG
AU - Angelopoulos,V
AU - Brain,DA
AU - Delory,GT
AU - Eastwood,JP
AU - Farrell,WM
AU - Grimm,RE
AU - Halekas,JS
AU - Hasegawa,H
AU - Hellinger,P
AU - Khurana,KK
AU - Lillis,RJ
AU - Øieroset,M
AU - Phan,TD
AU - Raeder,J
AU - Russell,CT
AU - Schriver,D
AU - Slavin,JA
AU - Travnicek,PM
AU - Weygand,JM
DO - 10.1007/978-1-4614-9554-3_3
EP - 59
PY - 2013///
SN - 9781461495536
SP - 27
TI - ARTEMIS science objectives
T1 - The ARTEMIS Mission
UR -
ER -