Andrew P. Jordan, Ph.D.

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2011 Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
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Theoretical and experimental space plasma physics; cosmic rays and radiation belt processes; heliospheric, planetary magnetospheric, lunar, and auroral physics
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Harlan Ernest Spence grad student 2011 Boston University
 (Probing the small-scale structure of the interplanetary medium with high time resolution galactic cosmic ray observations.)
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Wilson JK, Spence HE, Schwadron NA, et al. (2020) Precise Detections of Solar Particle Events and a New View of the Moon. Geophysical Research Letters. 47
de Wet WC, Slaba TC, Rahmanifard F, et al. (2020) CRaTER observations and permissible mission duration for human operations in deep space. Life Sciences in Space Research. 26: 149-162
Rahmanifard F, Wet WC, Schwadron NA, et al. (2020) Galactic Cosmic Radiation in the Interplanetary Space Through a Modern Secular Minimum Space Weather. 18
Wilson JK, Spence HE, Schwadron NA, et al. (2020) Precise Detections of Solar Particle Events and a New View of the Moon Geophysical Research Letters. 47
Zaman F, Townsend LW, de Wet WC, et al. (2020) Absorbed doses from GCR and albedo particles emitted by the lunar surface Acta Astronautica. 175: 185-189
Zeitlin C, Schwadron NA, Spence HE, et al. (2019) Update on Galactic Cosmic Ray Integral Flux Measurements in Lunar Orbit With CRaTER Social Work. 17: 1011-1017
Jordan A, Stubbs T, Shusterman M, et al. (2019) How dielectric breakdown may contribute to the global weathering of regolith on the moon Icarus. 319: 785-794
Winslow RM, Schwadron NA, Lugaz N, et al. (2018) Opening a Window on ICME-driven GCR Modulation in the Inner Solar System The Astrophysical Journal. 856: 139
Schwadron N, Wilson J, Jordan A, et al. (2018) Using proton radiation from the moon to search for diurnal variation of regolith hydrogenation Planetary and Space Science. 162: 113-132
Jordan A, Stubbs T, Wilson J, et al. (2018) The possible contribution of dielectric breakdown to space weathering on Phobos Advances in Space Research. 62: 2187-2198
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