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Roche lobe effects on the atmospheric loss from Hot Jupiters
NV Erkaev, YN Kulikov, H Lammer, F Selsis, D Langmayr, GF Jaritz, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 472 (1), 329-334, 2007
Coronal mass ejection (CME) activity of low mass M stars as an important factor for the habitability of terrestrial exoplanets. II. CME-induced ion pick up of Earth-like
H Lammer, HIM Lichtenegger, YN Kulikov, JM Griessmeier, N Terada, ...
Astrobiology 7 (1), 185-207, 2007
Determining the mass loss limit for close-in exoplanets: what can we learn from transit observations?
H Lammer, P Odert, M Leitzinger, ML Khodachenko, M Panchenko, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 506 (1), 399-410, 2009
Evolution of dipolarization in the near-Earth current sheet induced by Earthward rapid flux transport
R Nakamura, A Retinò, W Baumjohann, M Volwerk, N Erkaev, B Klecker, ...
Annales Geophysicae 27 (4), 1743-1754, 2009
Probing the blow-off criteria of hydrogen-rich super-Earths
H Lammer, NV Erkaev, P Odert, KG Kislyakova, M Leitzinger, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 430 (2), 1247-1256, 2013
Origin and loss of nebula-captured hydrogen envelopes from sub-to super-Earths in the habitable zone of Sun-like stars
H Lammer, A Stökl, NV Erkaev, EA Dorfi, P Odert, M Güdel, YN Kulikov, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 439 (4), 3225-3238, 2014
Loss of hydrogen and oxygen from the upper atmosphere of Venus
H Lammer, HIM Lichtenegger, HK Biernat, NV Erkaev, IL Arshukova, ...
Planetary and Space Science 54 (13-14), 1445-1456, 2006
Mass loss from Hot JupitersImplications for CoRoT discoveries, Part II: Long time thermal atmospheric evaporation modeling
T Penz, NV Erkaev, YN Kulikov, D Langmayr, H Lammer, G Micela, ...
Planetary and Space Science 56 (9), 1260-1272, 2008
Anomalous magnetosheath properties during Earth passage of an interplanetary magnetic cloud
CJ Farrugia, NV Erkaev, HK Biernat, LF Burlaga
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 100 (A10), 19245-19257, 1995
XUV-exposed, non-hydrostatic hydrogen-rich upper atmospheres of terrestrial planets. Part I: atmospheric expansion and thermal escape
NV Erkaev, H Lammer, P Odert, YN Kulikov, KG Kislyakova, ...
Astrobiology 13 (11), 1011-1029, 2013
Charts of joint Kelvin‐Helmholtz and Rayleigh‐Taylor instabilites at the dayside magnetopause for strongly northward interplanetary magnetic field
CJ Farrugia, FT Gratton, L Bender, HK Biernat, NV Erkaev, JM Quinn, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 103 (A4), 6703-6727, 1998
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The evolution of stellar rotation and the hydrogen atmospheres of habitable-zone terrestrial planets
CP Johnstone, M Güdel, A Stökl, H Lammer, L Tu, KG Kislyakova, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 815 (1), L12, 2015
Ion loss on Mars caused by the KelvinHelmholtz instability
T Penz, NV Erkaev, HK Biernat, H Lammer, UV Amerstorfer, H Gunell, ...
Planetary and Space Science 52 (13), 1157-1167, 2004
Atmosphere expansion and mass loss of close-orbit giant exoplanets heated by stellar XUV. I. Modeling of hydrodynamic escape of upper atmospheric material
IF Shaikhislamov, ML Khodachenko, YL Sasunov, H Lammer, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 795 (2), 132, 2014
Stellar wind interaction and pick-up ion escape of the Kepler-11 super-Earths
KG Kislyakova, CP Johnstone, P Odert, NV Erkaev, H Lammer, T Lüftinger, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 562, A116, 2014
Mass loss of Hot Jupitersimplications for CoRoT discoveries. Part I: the importance of magnetospheric protection of a planet against ion loss caused by coronal mass ejections
ML Khodachenko, H Lammer, HIM Lichtenegger, D Langmayr, NV Erkaev, ...
Planetary and Space Science 55 (5), 631-642, 2007
Reconnection rate for the inhomogeneous resistivity Petschek model
NV Erkaev, VS Semenov, F Jamitzky
Physical Review Letters 84 (7), 1455, 2000
Geophysical and atmospheric evolution of habitable planets
H Lammer, F Selsis, E Chassefière, D Breuer, JM Grießmeier, YN Kulikov, ...
Astrobiology 10 (1), 45-68, 2010
XUV-exposed, non-hydrostatic hydrogen-rich upper atmospheres of terrestrial planets. Part II: hydrogen coronae and ion escape
KG Kislyakova, H Lammer, M Holmström, M Panchenko, P Odert, ...
Astrobiology 13 (11), 1030-1048, 2013
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