Robin C. Colaninno, Ph.D.

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2012 Physics George Mason University, Washington, DC 
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Astrophysics Physics
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Angelos Vourlidas grad student 2012 George Mason
 (Investigation of the Forces that Govern the Three-Dimensional Propagation and Expansion of Coronal Mass Ejections from Sun to Earth.)
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Howard RA, Vourlidas A, Bothmer V, et al. (2019) Near-Sun observations of an F-corona decrease and K-corona fine structure. Nature
Mason JP, Woods TN, Webb DF, et al. (2016) RELATIONSHIP OF EUV IRRADIANCE CORONAL DIMMING SLOPE AND DEPTH TO CORONAL MASS EJECTION SPEED AND MASS The Astrophysical Journal. 830: 20
Kay C, Opher M, Colaninno RC, et al. (2016) USING ForeCAT DEFLECTIONS AND ROTATIONS TO CONSTRAIN THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF CMEs The Astrophysical Journal. 827: 70
Colaninno RC, Vourlidas A. (2015) USING MULTIPLE-VIEWPOINT OBSERVATIONS to DETERMINE the INTERACTION of THREE CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS OBSERVED on 2012 March 5 Astrophysical Journal. 815
Sachdeva N, Subramanian P, Colaninno R, et al. (2015) CME PROPAGATION: WHERE DOES AERODYNAMIC DRAG "tAKE OVER"? Astrophysical Journal. 809
Liewer P, Panasenco O, Vourlidas A, et al. (2015) Observations and Analysis of the Non-Radial Propagation of Coronal Mass Ejections Near the Sun Solar Physics. 290: 3343-3364
Möstl C, Amla K, Hall JR, et al. (2014) Connecting speeds, directions and arrival times of 22 coronal mass ejections from the sun to 1 AU Astrophysical Journal. 787
Colaninno RC, Vourlidas A, Wu CC. (2013) Quantitative comparison of methods for predicting the arrival of coronal mass ejections at Earth based on multiview imaging Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 118: 6866-6879
Nieves-Chinchilla T, Colaninno R, Vourlidas A, et al. (2012) Remote and in situ observations of an unusual Earth-directed coronal mass ejection from multiple viewpoints Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 117
Vourlidas A, Colaninno R, Nieves-Chinchilla T, et al. (2011) The first observation of a rapidly rotating coronal mass ejection in the middle corona Astrophysical Journal Letters. 733
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