ISSN  2096-3955

CN  10-1502/P

EUV-dependence of Venusian dayside ionopause altitude: VEX and PVO observations
QianQian Han, Markus Fraenz, Yong Wei, Eduard Dubinin, Jun Cui, LiHui Chai, ZhaoJin Rong, WeiXing Wan, Yoshifumi Futaana
2020, 4(1): 73-81. doi: 10.26464/epp2020011
Keywords: Venus, ionopause, ionosphere, solar activity
Upstream proton cyclotron waves: occurrence and amplitude dependence on IMF cone angle at Mars — from MAVEN observations
Di Liu, ZhongHua Yao, Yong Wei, ZhaoJin Rong, LiCan Shan, Stiepen Arnaud, Espley Jared, HanYing Wei, WeiXing Wan
2020, 4(1): 51-61. doi: 10.26464/epp2020002
Keywords: ion pickup, proton cyclotron waves, Martian exosphere
A local Martian crustal field model: Targeting the candidate landing site of the 2020 Chinese Mars Rover
XinZhou Li, ZhaoJin Rong, JiaWei Gao, Yong Wei, Zhen Shi, Tao Yu, WeiXing Wan
2020, 4(4): 420-428. doi: 10.26464/epp2020045
Keywords: Mars, remnant crustal field, crustal field model, dipole sources, Chinese Mars mission
A planetary perspective on Earth’s space environment evolution
Yong Wei, XinAn Yue, ZhaoJin Rong, YongXin Pan, WeiXing Wan, RiXiang Zhu
2017, 1(1): 63-67. doi: 10.26464/epp2017009
Keywords: space environment evolution, space weather, generalized planetary space family, space diversity
Recent investigations of the near-Mars space environment by the planetary aeronomy and space physics community in China
Jun Cui, ZhaoJin Rong, Yong Wei, YuMing Wang
2020, 4(1): 1-3. doi: 10.26464/epp2020001
Keywords: Mars, Venus, exosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere

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