Haystack publications across all research areas: astronomy, geodesy, geospace and atmospheric science, and space technology. Publications listed here each include at least one Haystack author.
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Quasi 6‐Day Planetary Wave Oscillations in Equatorial Plasma Irregularities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. (2024). DOI:

Impacts of the Sudden Stratospheric Warming on Equatorial Plasma Bubbles: Suppression of EPBs and Quasi-6-Day Oscillations. Remote Sensing. (2024). DOI:

Detection of Rydberg Lines from the Atmosphere of Betelgeuse. The Astrophysical Journal Letters. (2024). DOI:

A storm-time global electron density reconstruction model in three-dimensions based on artificial neural networks. Advances in Space Research. (2024). DOI:

A broad linewidth, compact, millimeter-bright molecular emission line source near the Galactic Center. arXiv e-prints. (2024). DOI:

Atacama Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (AtLAST) Science: Our Galaxy. arXiv e-prints. (2024). DOI:

Magnetic field morphology and evolution in the Central Molecular Zone and its effect on gas dynamics. arXiv e-prints. (2024). DOI:

CMZoom. IV. Incipient High-mass Star Formation throughout the Central Molecular Zone. The Astrophysical Journal. (2024). DOI:

The Foundations of Multi-Line Molecular Cloud Population Synthesis. American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts. (2024). BIBCODE:…24340228P

Sensitivity of an Electromagnetic Vector Sensor. 2024 IEEE Aerospace Conference. (2024). DOI:

Multi-Mode Array Feed Operations with the Westford Radio Telescope. 2024 United States National Committee of URSI National Radio Science Meeting (USNC-URSI NRSM). (2024). DOI:

Initial Observations of Starlink Satellites Using the Westford Radio Telescope. IEEE DySPAN 2024. (2024).

Simulation of Nighttime Medium‐Scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances in the Midlatitude Ionosphere During Stormtime. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. (2024). DOI:

Ordered magnetic fields around the 3C 84 central black hole. OpenAlex. (2024). DOI:

The persistent shadow of the supermassive black hole of M 87. OpenAlex. (2024). DOI:

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