2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Finland Leader Award
Esa Kallio mainly investigates Solar wind, Plasma, Mars Exploration Program, Martian and Ionosphere. His Solar wind research includes themes of Computational physics, Magnetosphere and Geophysics. As a member of one scientific family, Esa Kallio mostly works in the field of Plasma, focusing on Electron and, on occasion, Neutral particle, Spectrometer, Diamagnetism and Dynamic pressure.
His research integrates issues of Atmosphere and Atmospheric sciences in his study of Mars Exploration Program. The Ionosphere study combines topics in areas such as Astrobiology, Ionization and Astrophysics. His Astrobiology study incorporates themes from Spacecraft and Planet.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Solar wind, Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Plasma and Geophysics. His Solar wind research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atmosphere, Computational physics, Energetic neutral atom, Venus and Magnetosphere. His work carried out in the field of Astrobiology brings together such families of science as Planet and Exosphere.
His Mars Exploration Program study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric sciences and Ionosphere. He combines subjects such as Electron, Titan, Astrophysics and Kinetic energy with his study of Plasma. His Geophysics research includes elements of Magnetopause, Magnetosheath, Bow shocks in astrophysics, Interplanetary magnetic field and Mercury's magnetic field.
His primary areas of study are Solar wind, Plasma, Astrobiology, Comet and Magnetosphere. Esa Kallio has researched Solar wind in several fields, including Atmosphere, Astronomy, Computational physics, Astrophysics and Electron. His study in the fields of Solar System, Atmosphere of Mars and Planetary science under the domain of Astrobiology overlaps with other disciplines such as Environmental science.
His work deals with themes such as Helium, Ionization, Energetic neutral atom and Bow shock, which intersect with Comet. The Magnetosheath research he does as part of his general Magnetosphere study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Dipole antenna, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Esa Kallio works in the field of Mars Exploration Program, focusing on Martian in particular.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Solar wind, Plasma, Astrophysics, Comet and Atmosphere. His Solar wind research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computational physics, Orbiter, Astronomy and Venus. Within one scientific family, Esa Kallio focuses on topics pertaining to Spacecraft under Plasma, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Acoustics, Radio wave and Waves in plasmas.
As part of one scientific family, Esa Kallio deals mainly with the area of Astrophysics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Bow shock, and often Energy transformation and Spectrometer. Esa Kallio studied Comet and Ionization that intersect with Helium, Atomic physics and Energetic neutral atom. His research in Atmosphere intersects with topics in Astrobiology and Charge exchange.
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The Analyser of Space Plasmas and Energetic Atoms (ASPERA-4) for the Venus Express mission
S. Barabash;R. Lundin;H. Andersson;K. Brinkfeldt.
Planetary and Space Science (2007)
The plasma Environment of Mars
AF Nagy;D Winterhalter;K Sauer;TE Cravens.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
Solar Wind-Induced Atmospheric Erosion at Mars: First Results from ASPERA-3 on Mars Express
R. Lundin;S. Barabash;H. Andersson;M. Holmström.
The loss of ions from Venus through the plasma wake
S. Barabash;A. Fedorov;J. J. Sauvaud;R. Lundin.
Charge exchange near Mars: The solar wind absorption and energetic neutral atom production
Esa Kallio;JG Luhmann;S Barabash.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
RPC-ICA: The ion composition analyzer of the Rosetta Plasma Consortium
H. Nilsson;R. Lundin;K. Lundin;S. Barabash.
Space Science Reviews (2007)
Birth of a comet magnetosphere: A spring of water ions
Hans Nilsson;Hans Nilsson;Gabriella Stenberg Wieser;Etienne Behar;Etienne Behar;Cyril Simon Wedlund.
Carbon dioxide photoelectron energy peaks at Mars
R. A. Frahm;J. D. Winningham;J. R. Sharber;J. R. Scherrer.
A comparison of global models for the solar wind interaction with Mars
D. Brain;S. Barabash;A. Boesswetter;S. Bougher.
Modelling the solar wind interaction with Mercury by a quasi-neutral hybrid model
E. Kallio;P. Janhunen.
Annales Geophysicae (2003)
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