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Principal-Investigator-Led Missions in the Space Sciences F Number of Publications from Explorer and Discovery Missions Program/Mission Launch Date Principal Investigator/Affiliation Number of Publications as of January/February 2005 Discovery Lunar Prospector 1/6/98 Alan Binder, Lunar Research Institute 33 Stardust 2/7/99 Donald Brownlee, University of Washington No response Genesis 8/8/01 Donald Burnett, Caltech 21* MESSENGER 8/3/04 Sean Solomon, Carnegie Institution 46 Deep Impact 1/12/05 Michael A’Hearn, University of Maryland 52 Dawn NYL Christopher Russell, University of California, Los Angeles 24 Kepler NYL William Borucki, NASA Ames 21* Explorer SNOE 2/26/98 Charles Barth, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics 14 FUSE 6/24/99 Warren Moos, Johns Hopkins University 449* IMAGE 3/25/00 James Burch, Southwest Research Institute 382* HETE-2 10/9/00 George Ricker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 104* WMAP 6/30/01 Charles Bennett, NASA ~600 RHESSI 2/5/02 Robert Lin, University of California, Berkeley 174 CHIPS 1/12/03 Mark Hurwitz, University of California, Berkeley 7 GALEX 4/28/03 Chris Martin, Caltech 33 Swift 11/20/04 Neil Gehrels, NASA 27* THEMIS NYL Vassillis Angelopolous, University of California, Berkeley 4 IBEX NYL David McComas, Southwest Research Institute 1 NuStar NYL Fiona Anne Harrison, Caltech 0 AIM NYL James M. Russell III, Hampton University 0 WISE NYL Edward L. Wright, University of California, Los Angeles 3 NOTES: This table only includes PI missions. See Tables 2.1 and 2.2. Publications include all full-length published scientific manuscripts (no abstracts, no popular press) and were obtained directly from the PI or the PI’s associates (assistants or other professors to whom the request was referred). Exceptions to this are marked with an asterisk (*); these publications were identified on the individual mission’s Web site (identified above each publication list). NYL, not yet launched. The full names of the missions are given in Appendix H.
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