Krishan K. Khurana focuses on Magnetosphere, Jupiter, Geophysics, Solar wind and Jovian. His Magnetosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Saturn. His studies deal with areas such as Astrobiology, Magnetometer, Rotating magnetic field and Current sheet as well as Jupiter.
His research in Geophysics intersects with topics in Field line, Computational physics, Magnetic reconnection and Plasma sheet. In the field of Solar wind, his study on Magnetopause overlaps with subjects such as Flux. His Jovian study incorporates themes from Ionosphere and Substorm.
His primary areas of investigation include Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Astronomy, Jupiter and Astrophysics. His Magnetosphere research incorporates elements of Saturn, Solar wind and Jovian. His Geophysics research includes elements of Field line, Magnetohydrodynamics, Plasma sheet and Magnetic flux.
His Jupiter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Astrobiology and Magnetosphere of Jupiter. His Astrophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Magnetic pressure, Electron, Equator and Flux tube. His studies in Plasma integrate themes in fields like Magnetometer, Computational physics, Torus and Atomic physics.
His main research concerns Magnetosphere, Astrobiology, Jupiter, Astronomy and Plasma. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electron, Geophysics, Saturn and Jovian. The Jovian study which covers Current sheet that intersects with Plasma sheet.
His studies examine the connections between Astrobiology and genetics, as well as such issues in Habitability, with regards to Earth science. His Jupiter study which covers Magnetohydrodynamic drive that intersects with Coupling. His Astronomy research incorporates themes from Plume and Altitude.
Krishan K. Khurana mainly focuses on Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Jupiter, Plasma and Saturn. The various areas that Krishan K. Khurana examines in his Magnetosphere study include Atomic physics, Jovian and Dynamics. His Jupiter study deals with the bigger picture of Astronomy.
His research investigates the connection with Astronomy and areas like Solar wind which intersect with concerns in Neptune. The Plasma study combines topics in areas such as Electron, Computational physics, Mechanics and Astrophysics. As a part of the same scientific study, Krishan K. Khurana usually deals with the Saturn, concentrating on Magnetosphere of Saturn and frequently concerns with Plasma sheet.
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A new functional form to study the solar wind control of the magnetopause size and shape
J.-H. Shue;J. K. Chao;H. C. Fu;C. T. Russell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Galileo Magnetometer Measurements: A Stronger Case for a Subsurface Ocean at Europa
Margaret G. Kivelson;Krishan K. Khurana;Christopher T. Russell;Martin Volwerk.
Induced magnetic fields as evidence for subsurface oceans in Europa and Callisto
K. K. Khurana;M. G. Kivelson;D. J. Stevenson;G. Schubert.
Identification of a Dynamic Atmosphere at Enceladus with the Cassini Magnetometer
M. K. Dougherty;K. K. Khurana;F. M. Neubauer;C. T. Russell.
Subsurface Oceans on Europa and Callisto: Constraints from Galileo Magnetometer Observations
Christophe Zimmer;Krishan K. Khurana;Margaret G. Kivelson.
Discovery of Ganymede's magnetic field by the Galileo spacecraft
M. G. Kivelson;K. K. Khurana;C. T. Russell;R. J. Walker.
The Permanent and Inductive Magnetic Moments of Ganymede
M.G. Kivelson;K.K. Khurana;M. Volwerk.
Probabilistic models of the Jovian magnetopause and bow shock locations
S. P. Joy;M. G. Kivelson;R. J. Walker;K. K. Khurana.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Euler potential models of Jupiter's magnetospheric field
Krishan K. Khurana.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Cassini magnetometer observations during Saturn orbit insertion.
M. K. Dougherty;N. Achilleos;N. André;C. S. Arridge.
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