Journal Publications;

Graduate students are in italic; postdocs are designated by *; previous graduate students are designated with ∆.

1. Kleiman, J. et al. including Opher, M., The structure of the large-scale heliosphere as seen by current models, Space Science Reviews, in press (2022).

2. Sokol, J. M. et al. including Opher, M., Interstellar Neutrals, Pickup Ions, and Energetic Neutral Atoms Throughout the Heliosphere: Present Theory and Modeling Overview, Space Science Reviews, 218: 18 (2022).

3. Keebler, T. B., Toth, G., Zieger, B., Opher, M., MSWIM2D: Two-Dimensional Outer Heliosphere Solar Wind Modeling, Journal of Geophys. Res. in press(2022).

4. Opher, M. & Loeb, A. Terrestrial Impact from the Passage of the Solar System through a Cold Cloud a Few Million Years Ago, 2022arXiv220201813O (2022).

5. Gkioulidou, M., Opher, M., Kornbleuth, M., et al. First Comparison of composite 0.52-55keV ENA spectra observed by IBEX and Cassini/INCA with simulated ENAs inferred by proton hybrid simulations downstream of the termination shock, 2022arXiv220105942G The Astrophysical Journal Letters in press (2022).

6. Nikoukar, R., Hill, M.. et al. (including Opher, M.) On the Energy Dependence of Galactic Cosmic Ray Anisotropies in the Very Local Interstellar Medium, 2022arXiv220107844N (2022).

7. Michael, A. T.∆, Opher, M., Toth, M., Tenishev, V., Borovikov, D. The Solar-wind with Hydrogen Ion Exchange and Large-Scale Dynamics (SHIELD) code: A Self-Consistent Kinetic-MHD Model of the Outer Heliosphere, The Astrophysical Journal, 924, Number 2, 105 (2022).

8. Kornbleuth, M.*, M. Opher, I. Baliukin, M. Gkioulidou, J. Richardson, G. Zank, A. Michael, G. Toth, V. Tenishev, V. Izmodenov, D. Alexashov, S. Fuselier, “The development of a split-tail heliosphere and the role of non-ideal processes: a comparison of the BU and Moscow models”, The Astrophysical Journal, 923, Issue 2 id. 179, 13pp. (2021).

9. Opher, M., Drake, J. F., Zank., et al. A Turbulent Heliosheath Driven by Rayleigh Taylor Instability, The Astrophysical Journal, 922, 181 (2021).

10. Richardson, J. D. et al. including Opher, M. Using Magnetic Flux Conservation to Determine Heliosheath Speeds, The Astrophysical Journal Letter, 919, L28 (2021).

11. Kornbleuth, M.*, Opher, M., I. Baliukin, Dayeh, M. A., Zirnstein, E., Gkioulidou, M., Dialynas, K., Galli, A., Richardson, J. D., Izmodenov, V., Zank, G. P., Fuselier, S., Drake, J. F., “Signature of a heliotail organized by the solar magnetic field and the role of non-ideal processes in modeled IBEX ENA maps: a comparison of the BU and Moscow MHD models”, The Astrophysical Journal, 921, 164 (2021).

12. Fuselier, S. A., Galli, A., Richardson, J. D., Reisenfeld, D. B., et al. with Opher, M., “ENA fluxes from the Heliosheath: Constraints from in situ measurements and models”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 915, Issue 2, id. L26 (2021).

13. Giacalone, J., Nakanotani, M., Zank, G. P., Kota. J., Opher, M., and Richardson, J. D., Hybrid simulations of Interstellar Pickup Protons Accelerated at the Solar-Wind Termination Shock at Multiple Location, The Astrophysical Journal, v. 911, Issue 1, id. 27, 8pp (2021).

14. Michael, A. T., Opher, M., Toth, G., Tenishev, V., Drake, J. F., “The Impact of Kinetic Neutrals on the Heliotail”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 906, 37 (2021).

15. Dialynas, K., Galli, A., Dayeh, M., Cummings, A., Decker, R. B., et al with Opher, M., “Combined ~10eV to ~ 344 MeV particle spectra and pressures in the Heliosheath along the Voyager 2 trajectory”, The Astrophysical Journal, 905, L24 (2020).

16. Zieger, B., Opher, M., Toth, G., Florinski, V., Richardson, J., “Dispersive Fast Magnetosonic Waves and Shock-Driven Compressible Turbulence in the Inner Heliosheath”, Journal of Geophys. Res., Vol. 125, Issue 10, article id. e28393 (2020).

17. Nakanotani, M, Zank, G. P., Adhikari, L., Zhao, L.-L., Giacalone, J., Opher, M., “Downwind Solar Wind and Pioneer 10 Observations”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 901, Issue 2, id. L23, 5pp. (2020).

18. Kornbleuth, M., Opher, M., Michael, A., T., Sokol, J., Toth, G., Tenishev, V., and Drake, J. F., “The Confinement of the Heliosheath Plasma by the Solar Magnetic Field as Revealed by Energetic Neutral Atom Simulations”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 895, Number 2 (2020).

19. Opher, M., Loeb, A. Drake, J., Gabor, T. A crescent shaped heliosphere “A Predicted Small and Round Heliosphere suggested by magnetohydrodynamic modelling of pick-up ions”, Nature Astronomy, Vol. 4, 675 (2020).

20. Paez, A., Jatenco-Pereira, V., Falceta-Goncalvez, D., Opher, M., “Corrugated features in coronal mass ejections-driven shocks: a discussion on the predisposition to particle acceleration”, The Astrophysical Journal 879, Issue 2 (2019).

21. Kornbleuth, M., Opher, M., Michael, A. T., Drake, J. F., “Globally Distributed Energetic Neutral Atom Maps for the “Croissant” Heliosphere”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 865, 84 (2018).

22. Michael, A. T., Opher, M., Toth, G., “Consequences of Treating the Solar Magnetic Field as a Dipole on the Global Structure of the Heliosphere and Heliosheath”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 860, 171 (2018).

23. Paez, A., Jatenco-Pereira, V., Falceta-Goncalvez, D., Opher, M., “Kelvin-Helmholtz instability at CME-Sheath and sheath-solar winds interfaces”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 851, Issue 2, article id. 112 (9 pages) (2017).

24. Moore, L., O’Donoghue, J., Melin, H., et al. “Variability of Jupiter’s IR H3 aurorae during Juno approach”, Geophysics Research Letter, Vol. 44, Issue 10, 4513 (2017).

25. Capannolo, L., Opher, M., Kay, C.∆, Landi, E., “The deflection of the Cartwheel CME: ForeCAT results”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 839, Issue 1, article id. 37, 7pp (2017).

26. Opher, M., Drake, J. F., Swisdak, M., Zieger, B.∆, Toth, G., “The Twist of the Draped Interstellar Magnetic Field Ahead of the Heliopause: A Magnetic Reconnection Driven Rotational Discontinuity”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 839, L12 (2017).

27. Drake, J. F., Swisdak, M., Opher M., Richardson, J. D., “The formation of magnetic depletions and flux annihilation due to reconnection in the heliosheath”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 837, Issue 2, article id. 159, 9pp (2017).

28. Kay, C., Gopalswamy, N., Reinard, A. Opher, M., “Predicting the Magnetic Field of Earth-impacting CMEs”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 835, article id. 117 (2017).

29. Richardson, J. D., Burlaga, L. F., Drake, J. F., Hill, M. E., Opher, M., “Voyager Observations of Magnetic Sectors and Heliospheric Current Sheet Crossings in the Outer Heliosphere”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 831, Issue 2, article id. 115, 6 pp. (2016).

30. Kay, C., Opher, M., Colaninno, R. C., Vourilidas, A., “Using ForeCAT Deflections and Rotations to Constrain the Early Evolution of CMEs”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 827, 1 (2016).

31. Gallana, L., Fratenale, F., Fosson, S. M., Magli, E., Opher, M., Richardson, H. D., Iovieno, M., Tordella, D., “Power and helicity spectra of solar wind at 5AU”, Journal of Geophys. Res., Vol. 121, 3905 (2016).

32. Kay, C., Opher, M., Kornbleuth, M. “Probability of CME Impact on Exoplanets Orbiting M Dwarfs and Solar-Like Stars”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 826, Issue 2, article id. 195 (2016).

33. Fraternale, F., Gallana, L., Iovieno, M., Opher, M., Richardson, J. D., Tordella, D., “Turbulence in the solar wind: spectra from Voyager 2 data at 5AU”, Physica Scripta, Vol. 91, Issue 2, article id. 023011 (2016).

34. Ioveno, M., Gallana, L, Fraternale, F., Richardson, J. D., Opher, M., Tordella, D., “Cross and magnetic helicity in the outer heliosphere from Voyager 2 observations”, European Journal of Mechanic B-Fluids, Vol. 55, 394 (2016).

35. Opher, M., Drake, J. F., Zieger, B., Swisdak, M. and Toth, G., “Magnetized Jets Driven by the Sun: The Structure of the Heliosphere Revisited – Updates”, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 23, 056501 (2016). *this paper was considered one of the 10 most cited and most read from Physics of Plasmas DPP Special Issues in the last 5 years

36. Kay, C. and Opher, M., “The Heliocentric Distance where the deflections and rotation of Solar coronal mass ejections occur”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 811, Issue 2, article id. L36, 6pp (2015).

37. Zieger, B.*, Opher, M., Toth, G., Decker, R., Richardson, J. “Constraining the pickup ion abundance and temperature through the multi-fluid reconstruction of the Voyager 2 termination shock crossing”, Journal of Geophys. Res., Vol. 120, 7130 (2015).

38. Drake, J. F, Swisdak, M., Opher, M., A Model of the Heliosphere with Jets, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 808, Issue 2, article id. L44 (2015).

39. Opher, M. “The Heliosphere: What did we learn in recent years and the current challenges”, Space Science Reviews (invited review by the editors) Vol. 200, 475 (2015).

40. Kay, C., Opher, M., Evans, R.∆, “Global Trends of CME Deflections Based on CME and Solar Parameters”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 805, Issue 2, article id. 168, 20 pp. (2015).

41. Michael, A., T., Opher, M., Provornikova, E.∆, Richardson, J., Toth, G. “Magnetic Flux Conservation in the Heliosheath including Solar Cycle Variations of Magnetic Field Intensity”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 803, L6 (2015).

42. Kay, C., dos Santos, L., Opher, M. “Constraining the Masses and the Non-Radial Drag Coefficient of a Solar Coronal Mass Ejection”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 801, L21 (2015).

43. Opher, M., Drake, J. F., Zieger, B., Gombosi, T. I. “Magnetized Jets Driven by the Sun: The Structure of the Heliosphere Revisited”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 800, L28 (2015).

44. Provornikova, E., Opher, M., Izmodenov, V., Richardson, J., Toth, G. “Plasma Flows in the Heliosheath Along the Voyager 2 and 1 Trajectories due to 11-Year Solar Cycle Effects”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 794, Issue 1, article id. 29 (2014).

45. Fermo, R*., Opher, M., Drake, J., “Magnetic reconnection in the interior of interplanetary coronal mass Ejections”, Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol. 113, 031101 (2014).

46. Hill, M. E., Decker, R. B., Brown, L. E., Drake, J. F., Hamilton, D. C., Krimigis, S. M., Opher, M. “Dependence of energetic ion and electron intensities on proximity to the magnetically sectored heliosheath: Voyager 1 and 2 Observations”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 781, 94 (2014).

47. Vidotto, A.∆, Jardine, M., Morin, J., Donati, J.F., Opher, M., Gombosi, T. I., “Mdwarf stellar winds: the effects of realistic magnetic geometry on rotational evolution and planets”, Mon. Not. R. Astron., Vol. 438, 1162 (2014).

48. Opher, M. and Drake, J. F., “On the Rotation of the Magnetic Field Across the Heliopause”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 778, L26 (2013).

49. Kozarev, K., Evans, R. M.¨, Schwadron, N.A., Dayeh, M. A., Opher, M., Korreck, K. E., van de Holst, B, “Global Numerical Modeling of Energetic Proton Acceleration in a CME Traveling Through the Solar Corona”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 778, Issue 1, article id. 43 (2013).

50. Opher, M., Prested, C.*, McComas, D., Schwadron, N., Drake, J., “Probing the Nature of the Heliosheath with the Neutral Atom Spectra Measured by IBEX in the Voyager 1 Direction”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 776, L32 (2013).

51. Kay, C., Opher, M., Evans, R∆., “Forecasting a Coronal Mass Ejection’s Altered Trajectory: ForeCAT”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 775, 5 (2013).

52. Swisdak, M., Drake, J., Opher, M., “Porous Heliopause”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 774, L8 (2013).

53. Zieger, B. *, Opher, M., Schwadron, N. A., McComas, D. J., and Toth, G., “A slow bow shock ahead of the heliosphere”, Geophysics Research Letters, Vol. 40, Issue 12, 2923 (2013).

54. Provornikova, E., Opher, M., Izmodenov, V., and Toth, G., “Propagation into the heliosheath of a -scale disturbance bounded by a pair of shocks” Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 552, id. A99 (2013).

55. Richardson, J. D., Burlaga, L. F., Decker, R. B., Drake, J. F., Ness, N. F., and Opher, M., “Magnetic flux conservation in the heliosheath”, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 762, L14 (2013).

56. Provornikova, E., Opher, M., Izmodenov, V., and Toth, G., “Do CIR associated shocks survive when they propagate into the heliosheath?” The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol. 756, L37 (2012).

57. Evans, R., Opher, M., Oran, R., van der Holst, B., Sokolov, I. V., Frazin, R., Gombosi, T. I., and Vasquez, A. M., “Coronal Heating by Surface Alfven Wave Damping: Implementation in a Global Magnetohydrodynamics Model of the Solar Wind”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 756, Issue 2, article id. 155 (2012).

58. Vidotto, A. A. ∆, Fares, T., Jardine, M., Fonati, J.F., Opher, M., Moutou, C., Catala, C., Gombosi, T. I., “The stellar wind cycles and planetary radio emission of the Tau Boo system”, Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., Vol. 423, 3285 (2012).

59. Opher, M., Drake, J. F., Velli, M., Toth, G., and Decker, R., “Near the boundary of the heliosphere: a Flow Transition Region”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 751, 80 (2012).

60. Toth, G., et al. (including M. Opher), “Adaptive Numerical Algorithms in Space Weather Modeling”, Journal of Computational Science, Vol. 231, 870 (2012).

61. Opher, M., The heliosheath: the ultimate solar system frontier, Astronomical Reviews, Vol. 7, no.1, 68 (2012).

62. Opher, M., Drake, J., Swisdak, M., Schoeffler, K. M., Richardson, J. D., Decker, R. B., and Toth, G., “Is the Magnetic Field in the Heliosheath Laminar or Turbulent Bath of Bubbles?”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 734, 71 (2011).

63. Alouani-Bibi, F. *, Opher, M., Izmodenov, V., Alexashov, D., and Toth, G., “Kinetic vs. Multi-Fluid Approach for Interstellar Neutrals in the Heliosphere: Exploration of the Interstellar Magnetic Field Effects”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 734, 45 (2011).

64. Liu, Y. C. *, Opher, M., Wang, Y., and Gombosi, T. I., “Downstream structure and evolution of a simulated CME-driven sheath in the solar corona”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 527, id. A46 (2011).

65. Loesch, C., Opher, M., Alves, M. V., Evans, R., Manchester, W., and Gombosi, T. I., “Signatures of Two Distinct Driving Mechanisms in the Evolution of CMEs in the Lower Corona”, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 116, Issue A4, CiteID A04106 (2011).

66. Das, I., Opher, M., Evans, R., Loesch, C., and Gombosi, T. I., “Evolution of Piled Up Compressions in Modeled CME Sheaths and the Resulting Sheath Structures”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 729, 112 (2011).

67. Evans, R., Opher, M., and Gombosi, T. I., “Learning from the Outer Heliosphere: Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejection Sheath Flows and the Ejecta Orientation in the Lower Corona”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 728, 41 (2011).

68. Vidotto, A. A. ∆, Jardine, M., Opher, M., Donati, J. F., and Gombosi, T. I.,“Powerful Winds from Low-Mass Stars: V374 Peg”, Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., Vol. 412, 351 (2011).

69. Vidotto, A. A., Opher, M., Jatenco-Pereira, V., Gombosi, T. I., “Simulations of Winds of Weak-Lined T-Tauri Stars II: The Effects of a Tilted Magnetosphere and Planetary Interactions”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 720, 1262 (2010).

70. Prested, C. *, Opher, M., and Schwadron, N., “The Imprint of the Very Local Interstellar Magnetic Field on Simulated Energetic Neutral Atom Maps”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 716, 550 (2010).

71. Swisdak, M., Opher, M., Drake, J., and Alouani-Bibi, F., “The Vector Direction of the Interstellar Magnetic Field Near the Heliopause”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 710, 1769 (2010).

72. Drake, J., Opher, M., Swisdak, M., and Chamoun, J., N., “A magnetic reconnection mechanism for the generation of anomalous cosmic rays”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 709, 963 (2010).

73. Opher, M., F. Alouani Bibi, G. Toth, J. D. Richardson, V. V. Izmodenov, and Gombosi, T. I., “A Strong highly-tilted Interstellar Magnetic Field near the Solar System”, Nature, Vol. 462, 1036 (2009).

74. Vidotto, A. A., Opher, M., Jatenco-Pereira, V., and Gombosi, T. I., “Simulations of Winds of Weak-Lined T Tauri Stars: The Magnetic Field Geometry and The Influence of the Wind on Giant Planet Migration”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 703, 1734 (2009).

75. Evans, R., Opher, M., V. Jatenco-Pereira, and T. I. Gombosi, “Surface Alfven Wave Dumping in 3D Simulation of Solar Wind”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 703, 179 (2009).

76. Lazarian, A., and Opher, M., “Model of Acceleration of Anomalous Cosmic Rays by Reconnection in the Heliosheath”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 703, 8 (2009).

77. Vidotto, A. A., Opher, M., Jatenco-Pereira, V., and Gombosi, T. I., “Numerical Simulation of Magnetized Winds of Solar-Like Stars”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 699, 441 (2009).

78. Wimmer-Schweingruber, B. et al. “Interstellar heliospheric probe/heliospheric boundary explorer mission—a mission to the outermost boundaries of the solar system”, Experimental Astronomy, Vol. 24, 9 (2009).

79. Florinski, V. et al. (including M. Opher), “The Dynamic Heliosphere: Outstanding Issues. Report of Working Groups 4 and 6”, Space Science Reviews, Vol. 143, 57 (2009).

80. Opher, M., Richardson, J. C., Toth, G., Gombosi, T. I., “Confronting Observations and Modeling: The Role of The Interstellar Magnetic Field in Voyager 1 and 2 Asymmetries”, Space Science Reviews, Vol. 143, 43 (2009).

81. Lazarian, A., Beresnyak, A., Yan, H., Opher, M., and Liu, Y. C., “Properties and selected implications of magnetic turbulence for interstellar medium, Local Bubble and solar wind”, Space Science Reviews, Vol. 143, 387 (2009).

82. Evans, R., Opher, M., Manchester, W. B., Velli, M., and Gombosi, T. I., “Alfven Profile in the Lower Corona: Implications for Shock Formation”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 687, 1355 (2008).

83. Liu, Y. C. *, Opher, M., Cohen, O., Liewer, P. C., and Gombosi, T. I., “A simulation of a CME propagation and shock evolution in the lower solar corona”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 680, L757 (2008).

84. Manchester, W. B., Vourilidas, A., Toth, G., Lugaz, N., Opher, M., Gombosi, T. I., Sokolov, I., DeZeeuw, D., and Roussev, I., “Three-dimensional MHD simulation of the 2003 October 28 Coronal Mass Ejection: Comparison with Coronagraph Observations”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 684, 1448 (2008).

85. Prested, C., et al. (including Opher, M.) “Implications of universal kappa distributions for IBEX ENA flux maps”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 113, Issue A6, A06102 (2008).

86. Opher, M., Stone, E. C., and Gombosi, T. I., “The Orientation of the Local Interstellar Magnetic Field”, Science, Vol. 316, 875 (2007).

87. Opher, M., Stone, E. C., and Liewer, P. C., “Effects of a Local Interstellar Magnetic Field on Voyager 1 and 2 Observations”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 640, L71 (2006).

88. Bettarini, L., Velli, M., Landi, S., and Opher, M., “Tearing and Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities in the heliospheric plasma”, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 452, 321 (2006).

89. Opher, M., Liewer, P. C., Velli, M., Bettarini, L., Gombosi, T. I., Manchester, W. B., DeZeeuw, D. L., Toth, G., and Sokolov, I., “Magnetic Effects at the Edge of the Solar System: MHD Instabilities, the de Laval nozzle Effect and an Extended Jet”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 611, 575 (2004).

90. Opher, M., Liewer, P. C., Gombosi, T. I., Manchester, W. B., DeZeeuw, D. L., Sokolov, I., and Toth, G., “Probing the Edge of the Solar System: Formation of an Unstable Jet-Sheet”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 591, L61 (2003).

91. Manchester, W., Opher, M., Gombosi, T. I., Roussev, I., DeZeeuw, D. L., Sokolov, I. V., Powell, K. G., and Toth, G.,“Three-dimensional MHD simulation of a flux rope driven CME”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 109, A01102 (2004).

92. Opher, M., Morales, G. J., and Leauboff, J. N., “Krook Collisional Models of the Kinetic Susceptibility”, Physics Review E, Vol. 66, 016407 (2002).

93. Opher, M., Silva, L. O., Dauger. D. E., Decyk, V. K., and Dawson, J. M., “Nuclear Reaction Rates and Energy in Stellar Plasmas: The effect of Highly Damped Modes”, Physics of Plasmas Vol. 8, 2454 (2001).

94. Opher, M. and Opher, R., “Dynamic Screening in Thermonuclear Reactions”, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 535, 473 (2000).

95. Opher, M. and Opher, R., “Energy of a Plasma in the Classical Limit, Physics Review Letters, Vol. 82, 4835 (1999).

96. Miranda, O. D., Opher, M. and Opher, R., “Generation of Seed Magnetic Fields by Primordial Supernovae”, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 301, 547 (1998).

97. Opher, M. and Opher, R., “Was The Electromagnetic Spectrum a Blackbody Spectrum in The Early Universe?”, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 79, 2628 (1997).

98. Opher, M. and Opher, R., “The Magnetic Field Spectrum in a Plasma in Thermal Equilibrium in the Epoch of Primordial Nucleosynthesis”, Physical Review D, Vol. 56, 3296 (1997).

99. Revzen, M., Opher, R., Opher, M. and Mann, A., “Kirchhoff’s theorem and the Casimir Effect”, Europhysics Letters, Vol. 38, 245 (1997).

100. Revzen, M., Opher, R., Opher, M. and Mann, A., “Casimir’s Entropy”, Journal of Physics A, Vol. 30, 7783 (1997).

Journal Publications – Peer reviewed Conference Proceedings

101. Richardson, J., Belcher, J. W., Burlaga, L. F., Cummings, A. C., Decker, R., Opher, M., Stone, E. C., “Voyager 2 Observations Near the Heliopause”, ICNS Book, (2020).

102. Schwadron, N., Opher, M., Kasper, J., Mewaldt, D. Moebius, E., Spence, H., Zurbuchen, T., “Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP)”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS), Vol. 767, Issue 1. Article id. 012025 (2016).

103. Vidotto, A. A., Opher, M., Jatenco-Pereira, V., and Gombosi, T. I., “3D Simulations of Tilted Magnetospheres of Weak-Lines T-Tauri Stars”, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, Vol. 40, 133 (2011).

104. Opher, M., “Shocks and Magnetized Winds: Learning from the Interaction of the Solar System with the Interstellar Medium”, Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica, Vol. 36, 60 (2009).

105. Opher, M., “Pinning Down the Intensity and Direction of the Local Interstellar Magnetic Field”, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 1156, 153 (2009).

106. Opher, M., Stone, E. C., Liewer, P. C., and Gombosi, T. I., “Global Asymmetry of the Heliosphere” American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceedings, Vol. 858, 45 (2006).

107. Opher, M., Liewer, P. C., Velli, M., Bettarini, L., Gombosi, T. I., Manchester, W. B., DeZeeuw, D. L., Sokolov, I., and Toth, G., “Magnetic Effects Change Our View of the Heliosheath”, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 719, 105 (2004).

Book Chapters:

1. Opher, M., “Shocks in Heliophysics”, Heliophysics, Space Storms and Radiation: Causes and Effects, 192, Cambridge University Press, Editors: Karel Schriver, George Siscoe (2009).

2. Opher, M., “Effect of the Interstellar Magnetic Field on the Heliosphere”, Local Bubble and Beyond II, American Institute of Physics, Editor: K. D. Kuntz (2009).

3. Heike Rauer1, Michel Blanc, et al. (including Opher, M.) Chapter 1 and 2 in report of the “Solar System/Exoplanet Science Synergies in a multi-decadal Perspective”, Planetary exploration, Horizon 2061 (2020).