1998 - IEEE Fellow For outstanding contributions to geophysics, space plasma physics, planetary magnetospheres, and energetic solar particles.
1988 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For studies of energetic particles and electromagnetic waves in the earth's magnetosphere, including their impact on space and terrestrial communication systems.
1985 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
1981 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1976 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation Also approved by Division of Particles and Fields, Division of Plasma Physics, and Division of Fluid Dynamics
Louis J. Lanzerotti mostly deals with Magnetosphere, Solar wind, Atomic physics, Magnetopause and Charged particle. His Magnetosphere study deals with the bigger picture of Plasma. The concepts of his Solar wind study are interwoven with issues in Particle acceleration, Solar flare and Atmospheric sciences.
In Atomic physics, Louis J. Lanzerotti works on issues like Ion, which are connected to Electron and Sputtering. His research in Magnetopause intersects with topics in Geophysics, Ionosphere and L-shell. His Charged particle research includes elements of Astrobiology, Interstellar medium and Astrophysics.
Louis J. Lanzerotti mainly investigates Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Solar wind. His Magnetosphere research incorporates elements of Ion, Charged particle, Jovian and Atomic physics. His studies in Atomic physics integrate themes in fields like Electron and Proton.
His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Magnetopause, Earth's magnetic field, Interplanetary magnetic field and Latitude. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coronal mass ejection, Heliosphere and Plasma in addition to Astronomy. His study in Astrophysics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interplanetary medium, Interplanetary spaceflight and Magnetic field.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Van Allen Probes, Magnetosphere, Space weather, Ring current and Geophysics. His work deals with themes such as Ion, Geomagnetic storm, Proton and Atomic physics, which intersect with Van Allen Probes. His Atomic physics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Electron.
His Magnetosphere research includes themes of Solar wind, Computational physics, Astrophysics and Oxygen ions. His studies examine the connections between Space weather and genetics, as well as such issues in Atmospheric sciences, with regards to Planetary science. Geophysics is closely attributed to Latitude in his work.
Louis J. Lanzerotti mainly focuses on Van Allen Probes, Magnetosphere, Van Allen radiation belt, Ring current and Geophysics. His Van Allen Probes research integrates issues from Computational physics, Pitch angle, Atomic physics, Ion and Proton. Louis J. Lanzerotti interconnects Range, Earth's magnetic field, Electric field and Solar wind in the investigation of issues within Magnetosphere.
His Van Allen radiation belt study incorporates themes from Plasmasphere, Spacecraft, Space weather, Astrophysics and Ionosphere. His Astrophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Astronomy, Charged particle and Heliosphere. His Geophysics research focuses on Substorm and how it relates to Latitude, Pressure gradient and Breakup.
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Particle diffusion in the radiation belts
Michael Schulz;Louis J. Lanzerotti.
Physics and Chemistry in Space (1974)
Particle Diffusion in the Radiation Belts
M. Schulz;L. J. Lanzerotti;Ian Lerche.
Physics Today (1974)
Magnetosphere Imaging Instrument (MIMI) on the Cassini Mission to Saturn/Titan
S. M. Krimigis;D. G. Mitchell;D. C. Hamilton;S. Livi.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
Electron, Proton, and Alpha Monitor on the Advanced Composition Explorer Spacecraft
R. E. Gold;S. M. Krimigis;S. E. Hawkins;D. K. Haggerty.
Space Science Reviews (1998)
General characteristics of hot plasma and energetic particles in the Saturnian magnetosphere: Results from the Voyager spacecraft
S. M. Krimigis;J. F. Carbary;E. P. Keath;T. P. Armstrong.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1983)
Acceleration of interstellar pickup ions in the disturbed solar wind observed on Ulysses
G. Gloeckler;J. Geiss;E. C. Roelof;L. A. Fisk.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Characteristics of hot plasma in the Jovian magnetosphere: Results from the Voyager spacecraft
S. M. Krimigis;J. F. Carbary;E. P. Keath;C. O. Bostrom.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1981)
The Magnetospheric Response to 8-Minute Period Strong-Amplitude Upstream Pressure Variations
D. G. Sibeck;W. Baumjohann;R. C. Elphic;D. H. Fairfield.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
The low energy charged particle (LECP) experiment on the Voyager spacecraft
S. M. Krimigis;T. P. Armstrong;W. I. Axford;C. O. Bostrom.
Space Science Reviews (1977)
Search for the exit: Voyager 1 at heliosphere's border with the galaxy.
S. M. Krimigis;S. M. Krimigis;R. B. Decker;E. C. Roelof;M. E. Hill.
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