Phillip H Phipps

Phillip H Phipps

  • POST DOCTORAL SCIENTIST
  • 301.286.1524
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 695
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE CO
  • Positions/Employment

    5/2020 - Present

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    University of Maryland Baltimore County, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD
    5/2019 - 5/2020

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    Boston University, Boston, MA

    Teaching Experience

    Lecturer, AS 102 - The Astronomical Universe, July 1 - Aug 9 2019

    Department of Astronomy, Boston University, Boston, MA

    Education

    PhD Astronomy, Boston University 2019

    MA Astronomy, Boston University 2015

    BS Physics, NC State University 2013

    BS Applied Mathematics, NC State University 2013

    Professional Societies

    AGU, 2015 - Present
    AAS, 2014 - Present

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, and M. Parisi. 2021. "Two Years of Observations of the Io Plasma Torus by Juno Radio Occultations: Results From Perijoves 1 to 15." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 126 (3): [10.1029/2020ja028710]

    Phipps, P., and F. Bagenal. 2021. "Centrifugal Equator in Jupiter’s Plasma Sheet." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 126 (1): [10.1029/2020ja028713]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, M. F. Vogt, et al. D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, M. Parisi, D. Ranquist, P. Kollmann, and S. Bolton. 2020. "Where Is the Io Plasma Torus? A Comparison of Observations by Juno Radio Occultations to Predictions From Jovian Magnetic Field Models." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 125 (8): [10.1029/2019ja027633]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, and M. Parisi. 2019. "Variations in the Density Distribution of the Io Plasma Torus as Seen by Radio Occultations on Juno Perijoves 3, 6, and 8." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 124 (7): 5200-5221 [10.1029/2018ja026297]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, and Y.-M. Yang. 2018. "Distribution of Plasma in the Io Plasma Torus as Seen by Radio Occultation During Juno Perijove 1." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 123 (8): 6207-6222 [10.1029/2017ja025113]

    Phipps, P. H., and P. Withers. 2017. "Radio occultations of the Io plasma torus by Juno are feasible." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 122 (2): 1731-1750 [10.1002/2016ja023447]

    Talks, Presentations and Posters

    Invited

    Juno Observations of the Io Plasma Torus

    4 / 17 / 2019

    Talk in the GSFC Solar System Exploration Spring Seminar Series

    Other

    Radiation Exposure in the Vicinity of a Simple Crater on the Moon

    12 / 2020

    Talk at AGU Virtual Fall meeting

    Variations in Radiation Exposure Near a Simple Lunar Crater

    9 / 2020

    Poster LEAG 2020 meeting

    Io Plasma Torus Variability During the Juno Mission

    12 / 2019

    Talk at the AGU Fall Meeting 2019 in San Francisco, CA

    The Centrifugal Equator as Seen by Juno Radio Occultations of the Io Plasma Torus

    6 / 2019

    Magnetospheres of the Outer Planets meeting in Sendai, Japan

    Variability in the Io Plasma Torus as Seen by Juno Radio Occultations

    12 / 2018

    Poster at AGU Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington, D.C.

    Io Plasma Torus Geometry from Juno Radio Occultations

    7 / 2018

    Poster at Magnetospheres of Outer Planets meeting in Boulder, CO

    Juno Perijove 1 Radio Occultation of the Io Plasma Torus

    12 / 2017

    Poster at AGU Fall meeting 2017 in New Orleans, LA

    Radio Occultations of the Io Plasma Torus with the Juno Spacecraft: A Study of Feasibility

    6 / 2017

    Poster at the Magnetospheres of the Outer Planets meeting in Uppsala, Sweden

    Selected Public Outreach

    Boston University Observatory Public Open Nights 8 / 2014 - 1 / 2020
    https://www.bu.edu/astronomy/events/public-open-night-at-the-observatory/

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, and M. Parisi. 2021. "Two Years of Observations of the Io Plasma Torus by Juno Radio Occultations: Results From Perijoves 1 to 15." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 126 (3): [10.1029/2020ja028710]

    Phipps, P., and F. Bagenal. 2021. "Centrifugal Equator in Jupiter’s Plasma Sheet." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 126 (1): [10.1029/2020ja028713]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, M. F. Vogt, et al. D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, M. Parisi, D. Ranquist, P. Kollmann, and S. Bolton. 2020. "Where Is the Io Plasma Torus? A Comparison of Observations by Juno Radio Occultations to Predictions From Jovian Magnetic Field Models." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 125 (8): [10.1029/2019ja027633]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, Y. Yang, and M. Parisi. 2019. "Variations in the Density Distribution of the Io Plasma Torus as Seen by Radio Occultations on Juno Perijoves 3, 6, and 8." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 124 (7): 5200-5221 [10.1029/2018ja026297]

    Phipps, P. H., P. Withers, D. R. Buccino, and Y.-M. Yang. 2018. "Distribution of Plasma in the Io Plasma Torus as Seen by Radio Occultation During Juno Perijove 1." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 123 (8): 6207-6222 [10.1029/2017ja025113]

    Phipps, P. H., and P. Withers. 2017. "Radio occultations of the Io plasma torus by Juno are feasible." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 122 (2): 1731-1750 [10.1002/2016ja023447]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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