Our research is focused on the physics of solar eruptions, one of the largest releases of energy in our solar system, and their impact on the near-Earth space.
Multi-spacecraft Observations of the Evolution of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections between 0.3 and 2.2 au: Conjunctions with the Juno Spacecraft
Emma E. Davies, Réka M. Winslow, Camilla Scolini, Robert J. Forsyth, Christian Möstl, Noé Lugaz, Antoinette B. GalvinAstrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.127, 13 pp.
Acceleration and Expansion of a Coronal Mass Ejection in the High Corona: Role of Magnetic Reconnection
Bin Zhuang, Noé Lugaz, Manuela Temmer, Tingyu Gou, Nada Al-HaddadAstrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.169, 9 pp.
A Coronal Mass Ejection and Magnetic Ejecta Observed In Situ by STEREO-A and Wind at 55° Angular SeparationNoé Lugaz, Tarik M. Salman, Bin Zhuang, Nada Al-Haddad, Camilla Scolini, Charles J. Farrugia, Wenyuan Yu, Réka M. Winslow, Christian Möstl, Emma E. Davies, and Antoinette B. GalvinAstrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.149, 10 pp.
Causes and Consequences of Magnetic Complexity Changes within Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections: A Statistical Study
Camilla Scollini, Réka Winslow, Noé Lugaz, Tarik Salman, Emma Davies, and Antoinette GalvinAstrophysical Journal, 927, 102, 2022
Investigating the Cross Sections of Coronal Mass Ejections through the Study of Nonradial Flows with STEREO/PLASTICNada Al-Haddad, Antoinette Galvin, Noé Lugaz, Charles Farrugia, and Wenyuan YuAstrophysical Journal Letters, 927, 68, 2022