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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Multiple Longitude Sector Storm‐Enhanced Density (SED) and Long‐Lasting Subauroral Polarization Stream (SAPS) During the 26–28 February 2023 Geomagnetic Storm. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. (2023). DOI:

Global Distribution of Electron Temperature Enhancement at Mid‐Low Latitudes Observed by DMSP F16 Satellite. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. (2023). DOI:

Vol. 55, Issue 3 (Heliophysics 2024 Decadal Whitepapers). Bulletin of the AAS. (2023). DOI:

3-D Ionospheric Electron Density Variations during the 2017 Great American Solar Eclipse: A Revisit. Atmosphere. (2023). DOI:

Dynamics of Mid‐Latitude Sporadic‐E and Its Impact on HF Propagation in the North American Sector. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. (2023). DOI:

Simultaneous Global Ionospheric Disturbances Associated With Penetration Electric Fields During Intense and Minor Solar and Geomagnetic Disturbances. Geophysical Research Letters. (2023). DOI:

Neural Network Models for Ionospheric Electron Density Prediction: A Neural Architecture Search Study. (2023). DOI:

Spectral Line VLBI Studies Using the ngEHT. Galaxies. (2023). DOI:

Event Horizon and Environs (ETHER): A Curated Database for EHT and ngEHT Targets and Science. Galaxies. (2023). DOI:

Reference Array and Design Consideration for the next-generation Event Horizon Telescope. (2023). DOI:

Comparison of Polarized Radiative Transfer Codes Used by the EHT Collaboration. The Astrophysical Journal. (2023). DOI:

The Event Horizon Telescope Image of the Quasar NRAO 530. The Astrophysical Journal. (2023). DOI:

A constant N2H+ (1-0)-to-HCN (1-0) ratio on kiloparsec scales. Astronomy and Astrophysics. (2023). DOI:

A ring-like accretion structure in M87 connecting its black hole and jet. Nature. (2023). DOI:

The role of turbulence in high-mass star formation: Subsonic and transonic turbulence are ubiquitously found at early stages. arXiv e-prints. (2023). BIBCODE:

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