Publications

KIMBERLY ENNICO SMITH (Publication List as of Sept 4, 2019)

2019 / Reviewed

  1. Beddingfield, C. et al. Landslides on Charon, 2020Icar..33513383B (1/2020)
  2. Cook, J. The distribution of H2O, CH3OH, and hydrocarbon-ices on Pluto: Analysis of New Horizons spectral images, 2019Icar..331..148C (10/2019)
  3. Cruikshank, D. et al. Recent cryovolcanism in Virgil Fossae on Pluto, 2019Icar..330..155C (9/2019)
  4. Bertrand, T. et al. The CH4 cycles on Pluto over seasonal and astronomical timescales, 2019Icar..329..148B (9/2019)
  5. Conrad, J. et al. An upper bound on Pluto’s heat flux from a lack of flexural response of its normal faults, 2019Icar..328..210C (8/2019)
  6. Cruikshank, D. et al. Prebiotic Chemistry of Pluto, 2019AsBio..19..831C (7/2019)
  7. Dalle Ore, C.M. et al. Detection of ammonia on Pluto’s surface in a regon of geologically recent tectonism, Science Advances, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aav5731 (5/2019)
  8. Beyer. R. et al. The nature and origin of Charon’s smooth plains, 2019Icar..323…16B (5/2019)
  9. Kollman, P. et al. Suprathermal Ions in the Outer Heliosphere, ApJ 876:46 (5/2019)
  10. Bird, M. et al. Radio thermal emission from Pluto and Charon during the New Horizon encounter, 2019Icar..322..192B (4/2019)
  11. Singer, K. et al. Impact craters on Pluto and Charon indicate a deficit of small Kuiper belt objects, 2019Sci…363..955S (3/2019)
  12. Barnes, N.P. et al. Constraining the IMF at Pluto Using New Horizons SWAP Data and Hybrid Simulations, 2019JGRA..124.1568B (3/2019)
  13. Buratti, B.J. et al. New Horizons Photometry of Pluto’s Moon Charon, 2019ApJ…874L…3B (3/2019)
  14. Farrah, D., Ennico, K. et al. Review: Far-Infrared Instrumentation and Technology Development for the Next Decade, Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments and Systems, 5(2), 020901, https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JATIS.5.2.020901 (2/2019)
  15. White, O. et al. Washboard and fluted terrains on Pluto as evidence for ancient glaciation, 2019NatAs…3…62W (1/2019)
  16. Robbins, S. et al. Geologic Landforms and Chronostratigraphic History of Charon as Revealed by a Hemispheric Geologic Map, 2019JGRE..124..155R (1/2019)

 

2019 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Singer, K. et al. The Geology of Pluto, 2019LPICo2133.7005S (7/2019)
  2. White, O. et al. Washboard and Fluted Terrains on Pluto as Evidence for Ancient Glaciation, 2019LPICo2133.7008W (7/2019)
  3. Bird, M. et al. Radio Science Experiment (REX) on New Horizons: Results from the Pluto Flyby, 2019LPICo2133.7018B (7/2019)
  4. Cruikshank, D. et al. Cryovolcanism on Pluto, 2019LPICo2133.7020C (7/2019)
  5. Burratti, B. et al. Photometry and Albedo Maps of Pluto and Charon, 2019LPICo2133.7023B (7/2019)
  6. Stern, S.A. et al. Pluto’s Far Side, 2019LPICo2133.7024S (7/2019)
  7. Weaver, H.A. et al. Pluto’s Small Satellites, 2019LPICo2133.7028W (7/2019)
  8. Gabasova, L.R. et al. Global Compositional Cartography of Pluto from LEISA Data, 2019LPICo2133.7029G (7/2019)
  9. Beyer, R. et al. Geology of Charon, 2019LPICo2133.7035B (7/2019)
  10. Porter, S. et al. The Shapes and Poles of Nix and Hydra from New Horizons, 2019LPICo2133.7038P (7/2019)
  11. Lauer, T. et al. The New Horizons and Hubble Space Telescope Search for Rings, Dust, and Debris in the Pluto/Charon System, 2019LPICo2133.7041L (7/2019)
  12. Beyer, R. et al. High-Resolution Pixel-Scale Topography of Pluto and Charon, 2019LPICo2133.7042B (7/2019)
  13. Earle, A. et al. Volatile and Climate Cycles on Short and Long Timescales, 2019LPICo2133.7044E (7/2019)
  14. Olkin, C.B. et al. The Colors and Photometric Properties of Pluto, 2019LPICo2133.7045O (7/2019)
  15. Roellig, T. Sakon, I., Ennico, K. et al. MISC – An Exoplanet Transit Spectrometer for the Origins Space Telescope, 2019AAS…23430104R (6/2019)
  16. Gabasova, L.R. et al. Intensity-Based Registration for Planetary Cartography: Application to New Horizons LEISA Approach Scans of Pluto, 2019LPI….50.2638G (3/2019)
  17. Cruikshank, D.P. et al. Fifty Years of Exploring Pluto: From Telescopes to the New Horizons Mission, 2019LPI….50.2057C (3/2019)
  18. Ennico, K. et al. Latest Science and Status of Your Flying Observatory – SOFIA, 2019AAS…23314621E (1/2019)
  19. Moullet, A., Reach, W., Ennico, K. Solar System Science with the Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy, 2019AAS…23325508M (1/2019)
  20. Lewis, B.L. et al. Distribution and Energy Balance of Pluto’s Nitrogen Ice, as seen by New Horizons in 2015 2019AAS…23325512L (1/2019)
  21. Roellig, T., Sakon, I., Ennico, K. et al. The Mid-Infrared Transit Spectrometer Instrument (MISC) for the Origins Space Telescope Baseline Mission Concept, 2019AAS…23315707R (1/2019)
  22. Meixner, M. et al. Origins Space Telescope: Science Traceability Matrix and Design Reference Mission, 2019AAS…23315736M (1/2019)

 

2018 / Reviewed

  1. Ennico, K. et al. An Overview of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy Since Full Operation Capability, Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation Vol 7, No 4 (12/2018)
  2. Temi, P., Hoffman, D., Ennico, K., Le, J. SOFIA at Full Operation Capability: Technical Performance, Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation Vol 7, No 4  (12/2018)
  3. Schenk, P.M. et al. Basins, Fractures, and Volcanoes: Global Cartography and Topography of Pluto from New Horizons, Icarus, Volume 314, 1 November 2018, Pages 400-433 (11/2018)
  4. Schenk, P.M. et al. Breaking up is Hard to Do: Global Cartography and Topography of Pluto’s Mid-sized Icy Moon Charon from New Horizons Volume 315, 15 November 2018, Pages 124-145 (11/2018)
  5. Cook, J. et al. Composition of Pluto’s small satellites: Analysis of New Horizons spectral images, 2018Icar..315…30C (11/2018)
  6. Grundy, W. et al. Pluto’s haze as a surface material, 2018Icar..314..232G (11/2018)
  7. Earle, M. et al. Methane distribution on Pluto as mapped by the New Horizons Ralph/MVIC instrument, 2018Icar..314..195E (11/2018)
  8. Elliot, H.A. et al. Determining the Alpha to Proton Density Ratio for the New Horizons Solar Wind Observations, 2018ApJ…866…85E (10/2018)
  9. Battersby, C, et al. The Origins Space Telescope, Nature Astronomy (8/2018)
  10. Gladstone, R. et al. The Lyman-alpha Sky Background as Observed by New Horizons, Geophys. Res. Lett (8/2018)
  11. Bertrand, T., et al. The nitrogen cycles on Pluto over seasonal and astronomical timescales, 2018Icar..309..277B (7/2018)
  12. Telfer, M. et al. Dunes on Pluto, Science, 2018Sci…360..992T, (6/2018)
  13. Hinson, D. P. et al. An upper limit on Pluto’s ionosphere from radio occultation measurements with New Horizons, 2018Icar..307…17H (6/2018)
  14. Earle, A. et al. Albedo matters: Understanding runaway albedo variations on Pluto, 2018Icar..303….1E (3/2018)
  15. Hofgartner, J. D. et al. A search for temporal changes on Pluto and Charon, 2018Icar..302..273H (3/2018)
  16. Lauer, T. et al. The New Horizons and Hubble Space Telescope Search For Rings, Dust, and Debris in the Pluto-Charon System, 2018Icar..301..155L (2/2018)
  17. Robbins, S. Investigation of Charon’s Craters With Abrupt Terminus Ejecta, Comparisons With Other Icy Bodies, and Formation Implications, 2018JGRE..123…20R (1/2018)
  18. Young, L.A. et al. Structure and composition of Pluto’s atmosphere from the New Horizons solar ultraviolet occultation, 2018Icar..300..174Y (1/2018)
  19. Moore, J. et al. Bladed Terrain on Pluto: Possible origins and evolution, 2018Icar..300..129M (1/2018)
  20. Dalle Ore, C. et al. Ices on Charon: Distribution of H2O and NH3 from New Horizons LEISA observations, 2018Icar..300…21D (1/2018)
  21. Verbischer, A.J. et al. Phase Curves of Nix and Hydra from the New Horizons Imaging Cameras, 2018ApJ…852L..35V (1/2018)

 

2018 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Co-author on 10 New Horizons papers at DPS #50, October 2018, Boss, R. et al. 2018DPS….5050608B, Stansberry,J. et al. 2018DPS….5050607S, Pendleton, Y. et al. 2018DPS….5050606P, Cruikshank,D. et al. 2018DPS….5050605C, Singer,K. et al. 2018DPS….5050604S, Protopapa, S. et al. 2018DPS….5050601P, Parker, J. et al. 2018DPS….5050209P, Linscott, I. et al 2018DPS….5050208L, Earle, A. et al, 2018DPS….5031402E, Dalle Ore, C. et al. 2018DPS….5022107D (10/2018)
  2. Co-author on 7 New Horizons papers at COSPAR (7/2018)
  3. Ennico, K. et al. Future Studies in Star and Planet Formation with HAWC+, GREAT and HIRMES at COSPAR (7/2018)
  4. Leisawitz, D, et al. The Origins Space Telescope: mission concept overview 2018SPIE10698E..15L (7/2018)
  5. Sakon, Itsuki, et al. The Mid-Infrared Imager, Spectrometer, Coronagraph Instrument for Origins Space Telescope, SPIE 2018SPIE10698E..17S (7/2018)
  6. Fujishiro,N. et al. PIAA Coronagraph for Origins Space Telescope Mid-Infrared Imager, Spectrometer, Coronagraph Instrument, SPIE 2018SPIE10706E..5NF(7/2018)
  7. Matsuo, T. et al. High stable spectrophotometric capability for the origins space telescope, Mid-Infrared Imager, Spectrometer, Coronagraph Instrument, SPIE 2018SPIE10698E..44M (7/2018)
  8. Meixner, M. et al. Overview of the Origins Space Telescope: Science Drivers to Observatory Requirements, SPIE 2018SPIE10698E..0NM (7/2018)
  9. Ennico, K. et al. , 2018 AAS#232 SOFIA Our Interstellar Origins / Path to Life (6/2018)
  10. Co-author on 2 new Horizons papers at the 2018 GSA/Geological Society of America, May 2018. Grundy, W.M et al. Using Composiiton and Morphology to Lern about Processes at Work in the Pluto System; Linscott, I.R. Composition and Morphology from Radiometry and Emissivity at 4.2 cm obtained during the New Horizons Pluto Encounter (5/2018)
  11. Co-author on 6 New Horizons papers at the 49th LPSC, Woodlands, TX, March 2018. Beddingfield, C. B. et al 2018LPI….49.2378B; Schenk, P. et al. 2018LPI….49.2300S;

Robbins, S. J. et al. 2018LPI….49.1741R; White, O. et al. 2018LPI….49.1697W; Chang, A. et al. 2018LPI….49.1492C; Scipioni, F. et al. 2018LPI….49.1415S (3/2018)

  1. Co-author on Singer, K. et al Cryovolcanism on Pluto and Charon, EGU2018 (2/2018)
  2. Co-author on AAS Poster, Roellig, T. et al. The Mid-Infrared Imager/Spectrometer/Coronagraph Instrument (MISC) for the Origins Space Telescope, 2018AAS…23135506R (1/2018)
  3. Co-author on AAS Poster, B. Lewis et al. Topographic and Other Influences on Pluto’s Volatile Ices, 2018AAS…23114403L (1/2018)

 

2017 / Reviewed

  1. Olkin, C. et al. The Global Color of Pluto from New Horizons, 2017AJ….154..258O (12/2017)
  2. Olkin, C., Ennico, K. Spencer, J. The Pluto system after the New Horizons flyby, Nature Astronomy, Volume 1, p. 663-670 (10/2017)
  3. Hofgartner, J. et al. A Search for Temporal Changes on Pluto and Charon, Accepted for publication in Icarus (11/2017)
  4. Howard, A. et al. Pluto: Pits and mantles on uplands north and east of Sputnik Planitia, 2017Icar..293..218H (9/2017)
  5. Kammer, J. et al. New Horizons Upper Limits on O2 in Pluto’s Present Day Atmosphere, Astronomical Journal, 2017AJ….154…55K (8/2017)
  6. Stern, S.A. et al. E vidence for Possible Clouds in Pluto’s Present-day Atmosphere, Astronomical Journal 2017AJ….154…43S (8/2017)
  7. Cheng, A. et al. “Haze in Pluto’s Atmosphere” 2017Icar..290..112C (7/2017)
  8. Hinson, D.P. et al. “Radio occultation measurements of Pluto’s neutral atmosphere with New Horizons,” 2017Icar..290…96H (7/2017)
  9. Moore, J. et al. “Sublimation as a landform-shaping process on Pluto,” 2017Icar..287..320M (5/2017)
  10. Urmuhan, O. “Modeling glacial flow on and onto Pluto’s Sputnik Planitia,” 2017Icar..287..301U (5/2017)
  11. Howard, A. et al. “Present and past glaciation on Pluto,” 2017Icar..287..287H (5/2017)
  12. White, O. et al. “Geological mapping of Sputnik Planitia on Pluto,” 2017Icar..287..261W (5/2017)
  13. Schmitt, B. et al “Physical state and distribution of materials at the surface of Pluto from New Horizons LEISA imaging spectrometer, 2017Icar..287..229S (5/2017)
  14. Protopapa, S. et al. “Pluto’s global surface composition through pixel-by-pixel Hapke modeling of New Horizons Ralph/LEISA data,” 2017Icar..287..218P (5/2017)
  15. Buratti, B. et al. “Global albedos of Pluto and Charon from LORRI New Horizons observations 2017Icar..287..207B (5/2017)
  16. McKinnon, W. et al. Origin of the Pluto-Charon system: Constraints from the New Horizons flyby, 2017Icar..287….2M (5/2017)
  17. Robbins, S. et al. “Craters of the Pluto-Charon system,” 2017Icar..287..187R (5/2017)
  18. Beyer, R. et al. “Charon tectonics,” 2017Icar..287..161B (5/2017)
  19. Howett, C.J.A., Ennico, K. et al. Charon’s light curves, as observed by New Horizons’ Ralph color camera (MVIC) on approach to the Pluto system,” 2017Icar..287..152H (5/2017)
  20. Howett, C.J.A., Ennico, K et al. “Inflight radiometric calibration of New Horizons’ Multispectral Visible Imaging Camera (MVIC),” 2017Icar..287..140H (5/2017)
  21. Stern, S.A. et al. “New Horizons constraints on Charon’s present day atmosphere,” 2017Icar..287..124S (5/2017)
  22. Gao, P. et al. “Constraints on the microphysics of Pluto’s photochemical haze from New Horizons observations,” 2017Icar..287..116G (5/2017)
  23. Wong, M. et al. “The photochemistry of Pluto’s atmosphere as illuminated by New Horizons,” 2017Icar..287..110W (5/2017)
  24. Lisse, C. et al. “The puzzling detection of x-rays from Pluto by Chandra,” 2017Icar..287..103L (5/2017)
  25. Stern, S.A. et al. “Past epochs of significantly higher pressure atmospheres on Pluto,” 2017Icar..287…47S (5/2017)
  26. Earle, A. et al. “Long-term surface temperature modeling of Pluto,” 2017Icar..287…37E (5/2017)
  27. Binzel, R. et al. “Climate zones on Pluto and Charon,” 2017Icar..287…30B (5/2017)
  28. Nimmo, F. et al. “Mean radius and shape of Pluto and Charon from New Horizons images,” 2017Icar..287…12N (5/2017)

 

2017 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Young, E. et al. Debris search around (486958) 2014 MU69: Results from SOFIA and ground-based occultation campaigns, American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #49, id.504.06 (10/2017)
  2. Co-Author on 13 New Horizons papers at DPS, October 2017 Olkin, et al. 2017DPS….4922102O; Singer, K. et al  2017DPS….4922101S; Schenk, P. et al.  2017DPS….4921506S; Throop, H. et al.  2017DPS….4921504T; Lewis, B. et al. 2017DPS….4921502L; Buratti, B. et al. 017DPS….4910505B; Young, L. et al.  2017DPS….4910504Y; Earle, A. et al. 2017DPS….4910209E; Umurham, O. et al. 017DPS….4910208U; Dalle Ore, C. et al.  2017DPS….4910207D; Cruikshank, D. et al. 2017DPS….4910206C; Moore, J. et al. 2017DPS….4910203M; Hofgartner, J. et al. 2017DPS….4910201H
  3. Co-Author on 3 New Horizons papers at EPSC, Riga, Lativa September 2017; Cheng, A. et al. 2017EPSC…11..804C; Moore, J. et al. 2017EPSC…11..365M; Olkin, C. et al. 2017EPSC…11..140O;
  4. Co-Author on 8 New Horizons papers are LPSC March 2017. McKinnon, W. et al. 2017LPI….48.2854M, Wong, T. et al. 2017LPI….48.2787W, Beyer, R. et al. 2017LPI….48.2679B, Cook, J.C. et al. 2017LPI….48.2478C, Cook, J.C. et al. 2017LPI….48.2236C, Grundy, W. et al. 2017LPI….48.2165G, Conrad, J.W. et al. 2017LPI….48.1767C, Robbins, S. et al. 2017LPI….48.1231R.
  5. Co-Author, AAS Poster, Shuping, R. et al. “A full 1—40 micron spectral energy distribution for the Becklin-Neugebauer object: Placing constraints on disk size for a runaway massive young stellar object,” 2017AAS…22924112S (1/2017)

 

2016 / Reviewed

  1. Grundy, W.M. et al. “The formation of Charon’s red poles from seasonally cold-trapped volatiles,” Nature, doi:10.1038/nature19340 (11/2016)
  2. C.M. Lisse et al. “The Puzzling Detection of X-rays From Pluto by Chandra,” Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2016.07.008 (10/2016)
  3. Gao, P. et al. “Constraints on the Microphysics of Pluto’s Photochemical Haze from New Horizons Observations,” Icarus; doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2016.09.030 (10/2016)
  4. Porter, S. et al. “The First High-phase Observations of a KBO: New Horizons Imaging of (15810) 1994 JR1 from the Kuiper Belt,” Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol 828, Issue 2, L15-21 (9/2016)
  5. McKinnon, W. et al. “Convection in a volatile nitrogen-ice-rich layer drives Pluto’s geological vigour,” Nature 534, 82–85, doi:10.1038/nature18289 (2016)
  6. Zirnstein, E. et al. “Interplanetary Magnetic Field Sector from Solar Wind Around Pluto (SWAP) Measurements of 1 Heavy Ion Pickup near Pluto,” ApJ Letters, accepted (May 13, 2016)
  7. Bagenal, F.,et al. “NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto,” COSPAR Space Research Today, vol. 195, pp. 9-20, April 2016
  8. Grundy, W.M. et al. “Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon.” Science, Vol. 351, Issue 6279, id.aad9189 (2016)
  9. Bagenal, F. et al. Pluto’s interaction with its space environment: Solar wind, energetic particles, and dust. Science, Vol. 351, Issue 6279, id.aad9045 (2016)
  10. Gladstone, R. et al. The atmosphere of Pluto as observed by New Horizons. Science, Vol. 351, Issue 6279, id.aad8866 (2016)
  11. Moore, J.M. et al. The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons. Science, Vol.351, Issue 6279, pp. 1284-1293 (2016)
  12. Weaver, H.A. et al. The small satellites of Pluto as observed by New Horizons. Science, Vol. 351, Issue 6279, id.aae0030 (2016)
  13. Hamilton, D. et al. “The rapid formation of Sputnik Planitia early in Pluto’s history,” 2016Natur.540…97H (12/2016)
  14. Grundy, W.M. et al. “The formation of Charon’s red poles from seasonally cold-trapped volatiles,” Nature, doi:10.1038/nature19340 (11/2016)
  15. Porter, S. et al. “The First High-phase Observations of a KBO: New Horizons Imaging of (15810) 1994 JR1 from the Kuiper Belt,” Astrophysical Journal Letters, Vol 828, Issue 2, L15-21 (9/2016)
  16. McKinnon, W. et al. “Convection in a volatile nitrogen-ice-rich layer drives Pluto’s geological vigour,” Nature 534, 82–85, doi:10.1038/nature18289 (6/2016)
  17. Zirnstein, E.J. et al. “Interplanetary Magnetic Field Sector from Solar Wind around Pluto (SWAP) Measurements of Heavy Ion Pickup near Pluto,” 2016ApJ…823L..30Z (6/2016)
  18. McComas, D. et al. Pluto’s Interaction with the Solar Wind, 2016JGRA..121.4232M (5/2016)

 

2016 /  Conference Proceedings

  1. Flanigan, S. et al. “Destination Pluto: New Horizons performance during the approach phase,” 2016AcAau.128…33F (11/2016)
  2. Co-Author on 25 New Horizons papers presented at the American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #48, Pasadena, CA, September 2016 (Young, LA. et al. 2016DPS….4831202Y; Dalle Ore, C. et al. 2016DPS….4830609D; Olkin, C. et al. 2016DPS….4830608O, Grundy, W. et al. 2016DPS….4830607G; Protopapa, S. et al. 2016DPS….4830606P; Schmidt, B. et al. 2016DPS….4830605S; Kammer, J. et al. 2016DPS….4830602K; Cheng, A. et al. 2016DPS….4830601C; Zangari, A. et al. 2016DPS….4822412Z; Hofgartner, J. et al. 2016DPS….4822411H; Hinson, D. et al. 2016DPS….4822403H; Singer, K. et al. 2016DPS….4821312S; Moore, J. et al. 2016DPS….4821311M; Beyer, R. et al. 2016DPS….4821310B; Earle, A. et al. 2016DPS….4821308E; Umurhan, O. et al. 2016DPS….4821306U; White, O. et al. 2016DPS….4821305W; Buratti, B. et al. 2016DPS….4821303B; Verbiscer, A. et al. 2016DPS….4821302V; McKinnon, W. et al. 2016DPS….4820504M; Cook, J. et al. 2016DPS….4820503C; Young, L.A. et al. 2016DPS….4820502Y; Spencer, J. et al. 2016DPS….4820501S; Porter, S. et al. 2016DPS….4811309P; Stern, S.A. et al. 2016DPS….4810301S.
  3. Ennico, K. et al. “Configurable Aperture Space Telescope,” Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave conference, doi: 10.1117/12.2233149 (2016)
  4. Meixner, M. et al. “The Far-Infrared Surveyor Mission Study: Paper I, the Genesis,” SPIE proceedings of the Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave conference; doi:10.1117/12.2240456 (2016)
  5. Harch, A. et al “Accommodating Navigation Uncertainties in the Pluto Encounter Sequence Design,” Space Ops 2016, May 16-20, 2016, Daejeon, Korea.
  6. Birath, E. et al. New Horizons’ DataTrack Tool for Playback Planning and Sequencing,” Space Ops 2016, May 16-20, 2016, Daejeon, Korea.
  7. Co-Author on 26 New Horizons papers at the 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Woodlands, TX, March 21–25, 2016 (Buie, et al. 2016LPI….47.2927B; McKinnon et al. 016LPI….47.2921M, Summers, et al. 2016LPI….47.2864S, Protopapa et al. 2016LPI….47.2815P, Schenk et al. 2016LPI….47.2795S, Schmitt et al. 2016LPI….47.2794S, Phillipe, et al. 2016LPI….47.2757P, Beyer, et al. 2016LPI….47.2714B, Beyer et al. 2016LPI….47.2690B, White et al. 016LPI….47.2479W, Spencer, et al. 2016LPI….47.2440S, Porter et al. 2016LPI….47.2402P, Porter et al. 2016LPI….47.2390P, Cheng et al. 2016LPI….47.2316C, Singer et al. 2016LPI….47.2310S, Cook et al. 2016LPI….47.2296C, Grundy et al. 2016LPI….47.2284G, Singer et al. 2016LPI….47.2276S, Nimmo et al.   2016LPI….47.2207N, Dalle Ore et al. 2016LPI….47.2122D, McKinnon et al. 2016LPI….47.1995M, Robbins, et al. 2016LPI….47.1756R, Grundy et al. 2016LPI….47.1737G, Cruikshank et al 016LPI….47.1696C, Moore et al. 2016LPI….47.1636M, Zangari et al.   2016LPI….47.1535Z)
  8. Ennico, K. et al. “Hemispherical Pluto and Charon Color Composition from New Horizons”, 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Woodlands, TX, March 21–25, 2016.
  9. Jackson, C. et al. “New Horizons Optical Navigation on Approach to Pluto.” AAS 16-083 (2016)
  10. Pelletier, F. et al. “New Horizons Orbit Determination Performance During Approach and Flyby of the Pluto System.” AAS 16-419.
  11. Stanbridge, D.R. et al. “New Horizons Pluto Encounter Maneuver Planning and Analysis.” AAS, AIAA , 2016.
  12. Williams, B. et al. “Navigation Strategy and Results for New Horizons’ Approach and Flyby of the Pluto System.” AAS 15-363.

 

2015 / Reviewed

  1. Stern, S.A., Bagenal, F., Ennico, K. et al. The Pluto system: Initial results from its exploration by New Horizons. Science. eprint arXiv:1510.07704. Published 10/2015.
  2. Heldmann, J., Colaprete, A., Elphic, R., Mattes, G., Ennico, K., Fritzler, E., Marinova, M., McMurray, R., Morse, S., Roush, T., and Stoker. C. “Real-time science operations to support a lunar polar volatiles rover mission”, Advances in Space Research, Volume 55, Issue 10, p. 2427-2437, Published 5/2015.

 

2015 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Co-Author on 33 New Horizons papers presented at the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2015.
  2. Co-Author on 40 New Horizons papers at American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #47, National Harbor, MD, November 8-13, 2015. (Hahn et al. 2015DPS….4721029H, Dalle Ore et al 2015DPS….4721027D, Hill et al.  2015DPS….4721026H, Umurhan, et al.  2015DPS….4721011U, White et al. 2015DPS….4721006W, Verbiscer et al.  2015DPS….4721003V, Zangari et al. 2015DPS….4721001Z, Schenk et al. 2015DPS….4720006S, Earle et al. 2015DPS….4720005E, Buratti et al. 2015DPS….4720004B, Buie et al. 2015DPS….4720003B, Cook et al. 2015DPS….4720002C, Grundy et al. 2015DPS….4720001G, Summers et al. 2015DPS….4710511S, Kollmann et al. 2015DPS….4710510K, McNutt et al. 2015DPS….4710509M, Rutherford et al. 2015DPS….4710508R, Cheng et al. 2015DPS….4710502C, Hinson et al. 2015DPS….4710501H, Porter et al. 2015DPS….4710210P, Showalter et al. 2015DPS….4710209S, Jacobson et al. 2015DPS….4710208J, Weaver et al. 2015DPS….4710207W, Beyer et al. 2015DPS….4710206B, Howett et al. 2015DPS….4710205H, Kammer et al. 2015DPS….4710204K, Moore, et al. 2015DPS….4710203M Singer et al. 2015DPS….4710202S, McKinnon et al. 2015DPS….4710106M, Spencer et al. 2015DPS….4710105S, Young et al. 2015DPS….4710104Y, Linscott et al. 2015DPS….4710103L, Cruikshank et al. 2015DPS….4710102C, Olkin et al. 2015DPS….4710101O, Bagenal et al. 2015DPS….4710006B, Gladstone et al. 2015DPS….4710005G, Grundy et al. 2015DPS….4710004G, Moore et al. 2015DPS….4710003M, Weaver et al. 2015DPS….4710002W, Stern et al. 2015DPS….4710001S)
  3. Ennico, K. et al. “Pluto and Charon Color Light Curves from New Horizons on Approach.” Division of Planetary Science meeting #47, National Harbor, MD, November 8-13, 2015. 2015DPS….4720008E.
  4. Tsang, C. C. C.; Durda, D. D.; Ennico, K. A.; Less, J.; Propp, T.; Olkin, C. B.; Stern, S. A. “Small Aperture Airborne Telescope for Planetary Science.” 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 16-20, 2015 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1832, p.2087 (March 2015)
  5. Zangari, A. M.; Stern, S. A.; Weaver, H. A.; Young, L. A.; Ennico, K.; et al. “New Horizons Cruise and Approach Phase 1 Photometry for Pluto and a Solar Phase Curve.” 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 16-20, 2015 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1832, p.1306 (March 2015)
  6. Meadows, V., Robinson, T., Misra, A., Ennico, K.., Sparks, W.B., Claire, M., Crisp, D., Schwieterman, E., Bussey, B., Breiner, J. “Earth as an Exoplanet: Lessons in Recognizing Planetary Habitability.” American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #225, #406.05 (Jan 2015)

 

2014 / Reviewed

  1. Robinson, T., Ennico, K., Meadows, V., Sparks, W., Bussey, D.B.J., Schwieterman, E., Breiner, J. “Detection of Ocean Glint and Ozone Absorption Using LCROSS Earth Observations.” The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 787, Issue 2, article id. 171, 12 pp. (2014)
  2. Roush, T., Colaprete, A., Elphic, R., Ennico-Smith, K., Heldmann, J., Stoker, C., McMurray, R., Fritzler, E., Morse, S., “In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) Field Expedition 2012: Near-InfRared Volatile Spectrometer System (NIRVSS) Science Measurements Compared to Site Knowledge”, Advances in Space Research, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2014.08.033 (2014)

 

2014 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Bendek, E., Ennico, K., Rademacher, A., Lynch, D., Guyon. O. “Astrometry with small-size collapsible space telescope.” American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #223, #149.22 (2014)
  2. Durda, D.D., Tsang, C.C.C., Stern, S.A., Olkin, C.B., Ennico Smith, K., Schindhelm, E. “Validation of Suborbital Spaceflight Experiments Through Zero-G Flight Demonstration of Flight-Ready Hardware.” Abstract 2101. 45th Lunar & Planetary Science Conf., Woodlands, TX, March 2014.
  3. Zangari, Amanda M.; et al. “Resolved photometry and a solar phase curve for Pluto and Charon from New Horizons LORRI.” American Astronomical Society, DPS mtg #46, #419.05 (Nov 2014)
  4. Olkin, C.; et al. “The Surface Composition Investigation for Pluto and Its Moons from the New Horizons Mission” American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2014, abstract #P31E-05 (Dec 2014)

 

2013 / Reviewed

  1. Agasid, E., Ennico-Smith, K. & Rademacher, A. “Collapsible Space Telescope (CST) for Nanosatellite Imaging and Observation,” SSC13-III-4, Small Satellite Conference (2013)

 

2013 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Zangari, A.M.; Stern, S. A.; Young, L. A.; Weaver, H. A.; Olkin, C.; Buratti, B. J.; Spencer, J.; Ennico, K. “Ground and space-based separate PSF photometry of Pluto and Charon from New Horizons and Magellan” American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #45, #303.08 (2013)
  2. Schindhelm, E., Stern, S.A., Ennico-Smith, K. “Utilizing the Southwest Ultraviolet Imaging System (SwUIS) on the International Space Station, UV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Space Instrumentation for Astronomy XVIII, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 8859 (2013)
  3. K. Ennico, D. Durda, S. A. Stern. “Portable Southwest Research Ultraviolet Imaging System (SWUIS2.0) for astronomy and aeronomical observations from suborbital space vehicle.” Conference proceedings, Next Generation Suborbital Research Conference, June 2013.
  4. K. Ennico, A. Colaprete, T.L. Roush, J. Benton, S. Thompson, B. White, E. Fritzler, S. Morse, R. McMurray, K. Vargo, A. Cook. “The Near-Infrared Volatile Spectrometer System (NIRVSS) for Exploration of Volatile Deposits at the Lunar Poles.” Conference proceedings, NASA Lunar Science Forum, July 2013.
  5. J. L. Heldmann, A. Colaprete, R. Elphic, G. Mattes, K. Ennico, E. Fritzler, M. Marinova, R. McMurray, S. Morse, T. Roush, C. Stoker. “RESOLVE: Real-time Science operations to Support a Lunar Polar Volatiles Rover Mission.” Conf. proceedings, NASA Lunar Science Forum, July 2013.

 

2012 / Reviewed

  1. Ennico, K., Shirley, M., Colaprete, A., Osetinsky, L. “The Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Payload Development and Performance in Flight.” Space Science Reviews, Volume 167, Issue 1-4, pp. 23-69. Published 5/2012. DOI 10.1007/s11214-011-9753-4
  2. Colaprete, A., Elphic, R., Heldmann, J., Ennico, K. “An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS).” Space Science Reviews, Volume 167, Issue 1-4, pp. 3-22. Published 5/2012.
  3. Hermalyn, B.; Schultz, P. H.; Shirley, M.; Ennico, K.; Colaprete, A. “Scouring the Surface: Ejecta Dynamics and the LCROSS Impact Event” Icarus, Volume 218, Issue 1, p. 654-665. Published 3/2012.

 

2012 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Colaprete, A.; Elphic, R.; Heldmann, J.; Ennico, K.; Mattes, G.; Sanders, J. Near Real-Time Prospecting for Lunar Volatiles: Demonstrating RESOLVE Science in the Field, 2012LPICo1685.3038C. Published 10/2012.
  2. Heldmann, J. L.; Colaprete, A.; Elphic, R.; Mattes, G.; Ennico, K.; Fritzler, E.; Marinova, M.; McMurray, R.; Morse, S.; Roush, T.; Stoker, C. RESOLVE: Real-Time Science Operations to Support a Lunar Polar Volatiles Rover Mission 2012LPICo1685.3034H Published 10/2012.
  3. R. Elphic, A. Colaprete, J. L. Heldmann, G. Mattes, K. Ennico, E. Fritzler, M. Marinova, R. McMurray, S. Morse, T. Roush, C. Stoker, Jerry Sanders, Jackie Quinn, Bill Larson, M. Picard. “Near Real-Time Prospecting for Lunar Volatiles: Demonstrating RESOLVE Science in the Field,” Conference Proceedings, AGU, Dec 2012.

 

2011 / Reviewed

  1. Chiar, J. E.; Pendleton, Y. J.; Allamandola, L. J.; Boogert, A. C. A.; Ennico, K.; Greene, T. P.; Geballe, T. R.; Keane, J. V.; Lada, C. J.; Mason, R. E.; Roellig, T. L.; Sandford, S. A.; Tielens, A. G. G. M.; Werner, M. W.; Whittet, D. C. B.; Decin, L.; Eriksson, K., “Ices in the Quiescent IC 5146 Dense Cloud” Astrophysical Journal, Volume 731, 9-23 (2011)

 

2011 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Ennico, K., D.D. Durda, J. E. Colwell, J.E. “Box of Rocks: An Experiment to Study the Evolution of Regolith Blocks in Microgravity,” Next Generation Suborbital Research Conference (2/2011)
  2. Ennico, K., Stern, S.A., Durda, D.D., Slater, D. “The Southwest Research Ultraviolet Imaging System for Astronomy and Aeronomical Observations from Suborbital Space Vehicles,” Next Generation Suborbital Research Conference 2011 (2/2011)
  3. Durda, D.D., Stern, S.A., Ennico, K., Charles, J.B., Thomson, R., Svetkoff, R., Smith, M., Robinson, M. Acquisition of Biomedical Data During Flight in High-Performance Aircraft: Assessing the Accutracker II for Suborbital Space Flights,” Next Generation Suborbital Research Conference 2011 (2/2011)
  4. Bellerose, J.; Colaprete, A.; Miotto, P.; Ennico, K.; Vaughan, R.; Leavitt, K. “NEA Close Rendezvous and OperationS Satellite.” EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, held 2-7 October 2011 in Nantes, France, p. 1802 (10/2011)
  5. Wooden, D. H.; Colaprete, A.; Heldmann, J. L.; Rutherford, K. D.; Killen, R. M.; Elphic, R.; Ennico, K. “Discovery of Heavy Atoms in the Exosphere Above the Permanently Shadowed Region in Cabeus.” A Wet Vs. Dry Moon: Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration held June 13–15, 2011 in Houston, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1621, p.69. (2011)
  6. Hermalyn, B.; Schultz, P. H.; Shirley, M.; Ennico, K.; Colaprete, A. “Scouring the Surface: Ejecta Dynamics and the LCROSS Impact Event.” A Wet Vs. Dry Moon: Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration held June 13–15, 2011 in Houston, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1621, p.24. (2011)
  7. Sparks, W.B, Meadows, V., McCullough, P., K. Ennico, Bussey, B., Postman, M., Christian C. “Camera for Lunar Based Observations of the Variable Earth (CLOVE): Observing the Earth as a Planet,” poster at 2011 NASA Lunar Science Forum, July 2011. (2011)

 

2010 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Colaprete, A., Schultz, P., Heldmann, J., Shirley, M., Ennico, K., Hermalyn, B., Wooden, D., Marshall, W., Ricco, A., Elphic, R., Goldstein, D., Summy, D., Bart, G., Asphaug, E., Korycansky, D., Landis, D. and Sollitt, L. “The detection of water within the LCROSS ejecta plume.” Science, 330, 463-468 (2010)
  2. Schultz, P., Hermalyn, B., Colaprete, A., Ennico, K., Shirley, M., Marshall W. “The LCROSS Cratering Experiment.” Science, 330, 468-472 (2010)
  3. Richter, M. J., Ennico, K.A., McKelvey, M.E., Seifahrt, A. “Status of the Echelon-cross-Echelle Spectrograph for SOFIA.” Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 7735, pp. 77356Q-77356Q-10 (2010)
  4. Deen, C., Keller, L., Chitrakar, N., Ennico, K., Jaffe, D, Adams, J., Greene, T., Herter, T., Sloan, G. “Quick-look reduction software for FORCAST Grism mode on SOFIA”. Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 7735, pp. 773570-773570-8 (2010)
  5. Keller, L., Deen, C., Jaffe, D., Ennico, K., Greene, T., Adams, J., Herter, T., Sloan, G. “Progress report on FORCAST grism spectroscopy as a future general observer instrument mode on SOFIA.” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7735, pp. 77356N-77356N-6. (2010)

 

2010 / Conference Proceedings

  1. McKelvey, M., Richter, M., Ennico, K., J. Lacy. An Update on the Echelon-cross-echelle Spectrograph for SOFIA.  American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #41, #46.07 (2010)
  2. Schultz, P.H., Hermalyn, B., Colaprete, A., Ennico, K., Shirley, M., and the LCROSS Team. Interpreting the LCROSS-EDUS Impact. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 1-5, 2010 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1533, p.2503. (2010)
  3. Colaprete, A., Ennico, K., Wooden, D., Shirley, M., Heldmann, J., Marshall, W., Sollitt, L., Asphaug, E., Korycansky, D., Schultz, P., Hermalyn, B., Galal, K., Bart, G. D., Goldstein, D., Summy, D. (2010) Water and More: An Overview of LCROSS Impact Results. 41st Lunar & Planetary Conference, LPI Contribution No. 1533, p.2335. (2010)
  4. Hermalyn, B., Schultz, P. H., Colaprete, A., Shirley, M., Ennico, K. LCROSS Ejecta Dynamics: Insight from Experiments. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 1-5, 2010 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1533, p.2095. (2010)
  5. Wooden, D. H., Colaprete, A., Ennico, K., Shirley, M. H., Heldmann, J. L., and the LCROSS Science Team. Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission: Results from the Nadir Near-Infrared Spectrometer Aboard the Shepherding Spacecraft. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 1-5, 2010 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1533, p.2025. (2010)
  6. Heldmann, J. L., Colaprete, T., Ennico, K., Shirley, M., Wooden, D., and the LCROSS Science Team. Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission: Results from the Visible Camera and UV/Visible Spectrometer Aboard the Shepherding Spacecraft. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 1-5, 2010 in The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1533, p.1015. (2010)
  7. Vanderspek, R., Ricker, G.R., Latham, D.W., Ennico, K., et al. High-Precision Imaging Photometers for the Transient Exoplanet Survey Satellite. American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.07, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.459. (2010)
  8. Ricker, G.R.., Latham, D.W., Vanderspek, R., Ennico, K. A. et al. “Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).” American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.06, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.459. (2010)
  9. Deming, D, Seager, S., Winn, J., Miller-Ricci, E., Clampin, M., Lindler, D., Greene, T., Charbonneau, D., Laughlin, G., Ricker, G., Latham, D., Ennico, K. Discovery and Characterization of Transiting SuperEarths Using an All-Sky Transit Survey and Follow-Up by the James Webb Space Telescope. American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.05, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.459. (2010)
  10. Seager, S., Winn, J. N., Ricker, G. R., Latham, D. W., Vanderspek, R. K., Ennico, K. A., et al. Estimates of the Population of Exoplanets Discoverable by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.04, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.458. (2010)
  11. Jernigan, J. G., Villasenor, J. N., Ricker, G. R., Latham, D. W., Vanderspek, R. K., Ennico, K. A., et al. Monte Carlo Simulations of Transit Light Curves for the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.03, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.458. (2010)
  12. Martel, F., Villasenor, J. N., Ricker, G. R., Latham, D. W., Vanderspek, R. K., Ennico, K. A., et al. Data Network for the TESS Mission. American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.02, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.458. (2010)
  13. Schingler, R., Villasenor, J. N., Ricker, G. R., Latham, D. W., Vanderspek, R. K., Ennico, K. A. et al. Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) Community Observer Program including the Science Enhancement Option Box (SEO Box) – 12 TB On-board Flash Memory for Serendipitous Science.” American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #215, #450.01, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 42, p.458. (2010)
  14. Sandford, S. Allamandola, L.. Bicay, M., Bregman, J., Cohen, M., Cruikshank, D., Ennico, K., Hanel, R., Kwok, S., Lord, S., Madden, S., McKelvey, M., Lee, T., Purcell, B., Roellig, T., Swain, M., Tielens, X., Werner, M., Willacy, K. “Understanding the Evolution of Molecules in Space: Implications for Astrophysics, Astrochemistry, and Astrobiology .” Astro2010: The Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey, Science White Papers, no. 257 (2010)

 

2009 / Reviewed

  1. Deming, D., Seager, S., Winn, J., Miller-Ricci, E., Clampin, M., Lindler, D., Greene, T., Charbonneau, D., Laughlin, G., Ricker, G., Latham, D., Ennico, K. Discovery and Characterization of Transiting SuperEarths Using an All-Sky Transit Survey and Follow-up by the James Webb Space Telescope. PASP 121, 952-967 (2009)

 

2009 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Ennico, K. et al. Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Science Payload In-Orbit Calibration and Performance Status. Lunar Science Institute Conference July, 2009. (2009)
  2. Wooden, D. Ennico, K. Colaprete, A. et al. LCROSS Near-IR Spectrometers: Characterizing the spectrometers that look for water ice in the impact plume. Lunar Science Institute Conference, July 21-23, 2009.
  3. Colaprete, A., Briggs, G., Ennico, K. et al. An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission – Post Launch. Lunar Science Institute Conferences, July 21-23, 2009.
  4. Colaprete, A., Briggs, G., Ennico, K., Wooden, D., Heldmann, J., Sollitt, L., Asphaug, E., Korycansky, D., Schultz, P., Christensen, A., Galal, K., Bart, G. D., and the LCROSS Team. An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission Results from Swing-by and Impact. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, held November 16-19, 2009 in Houston, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1515, p.11. (2009).
  5. Ennico, K., Colaprete, A., Shirley, M., Wooden, D., Galal, K. Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Science Payload Measurement Results of South Pole Impact. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #U31B-0035. (2009)
  6. Colaprete, A.; Ennico, K.; Wooden, D. H.; Heldmann, J.; Bart, G. An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) post-Impact Results. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #U22A-07. (2009)

 

2008 /  Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Deen, C., Ennico, K., Keller, L, Jaffe, D., Marsh, J., Adams, J., Chitrakar, N., Greene, T., Mar, D., Herter, T. A silicon and KRS-5 grism suite for FORCAST on SOFIA. SPIE, 7014, 2-10 (2008)

 

2008 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Colaprete, A., Briggs, G., Ennico, K., Heldmann, J. L., Sollitt, L. S., Asphaug, E., Korycansky, D. G., Schultz, P. H., Christensen, A., Galal, K. An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission – A Mission to Investigate Lunar Polar Hydrogen. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 10-14, 2008 in League City, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1391, p.1838.
  2. Ennico, K., et al. LCROSS Science Payload Ground Development, Test, and Calibration Result. Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR, October 2008, LPI Contribution No. 1446, p.52 (2008)
  3. Ennico, K., Colaprete, A., Wooden, D., Heldmann, J. L., Kojima, G., Shirley, M. LCROSS Science Payload Ground Development, Test and Calibration Results. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 10-14, 2008 in League City, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1391, p.1474. (2008)
  4. Ennico, K., Keller, L., Adams, J., Herter, T., Deen, C., Mar, D., Chitrakar, N., Jaffe, D., Greene, T. Grisms For FORCAST – A New Medium Resolution 5-40 Micron Spectroscopic Mode On SOFIA – Performance Testing. American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #211, #11.14. (2008)

 

2007 / Reviewed

  1. Ennico, K.A., Sandford, S.A. AstroBiology Explorer Mission Concepts (ABE/ASPIRE). Advances in Space Research 40, 649-654. (2007)
  2. Chiar, J. E., Ennico, K., Pendleton, Y. J., et al. The Relationship between the Optical Depth of the 9.7 micron Silicate Absorption Feature and Infrared Differential Extinction in Dense Clouds. ApJ, 666, L73-76. (2007)

 

2007 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Ennico, K., Colaprete, A., Wooden, D., Heldmann, J. L., Lynch, D., Kojima, G., Shirley, M. LCROSS Science Payload Ground Development, Test, and Calibration Results. LEAG Workshop on Enabling Exploration: The Lunar Outpost and Beyond, held October 1-5, 2007 in Houston, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1371, p.3020. (2007)
  2. Colaprete, A., Briggs, G., Ennico, K., Wooden, D., Heldmann, J. L., Sollitt, L., Asphaug, E., Schultz, P., Christensen, A., Galal, K. An Overview of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission – An ESMD Mission to Investigate Lunar Polar Hydrogen. LEAG Workshop on Enabling Exploration: The Lunar Outpost and Beyond, held October 1-5, 2007 in Houston, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1371, p.3017. (2007).
  3. Chiar, Jean E., Pendleton, Y., Ennico, K., Boogert, A., Greene, T., Lada, C., Roellig, T., Tielens, A., Werner, M., Whittet, D. The Non-Linear Relationship between Silicate Absorption Depth and IR Extinction in Dense Clouds. AAS/AAPT Joint Meeting, American Astronomical Society Meeting 209, #84.19, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 38, p.1013. (2007)

 

2006 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Ennico, K. A., Keller, L. D., Mar, D. J., Herter, T. L., Jaffe, D. T., Adams, J. D., Greene, T. P., Grism performance for mid-IR (5 – 40 micron) spectroscopy. SPIE, 6269, 57-65 (2006)
  2. Mar, D. J., Marsh, J. P., Jaffe, D. T., Keller, L. D., Ennico, K. A. Performance of large chemically etched silicon grisms for infrared spectroscopy. SPIE 6269, 184-190 (2006)

 

2006 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Colaprete, Anthony, Heldmann, J., Wooden, D., Asphaug, E., Schultz, P., Plesko, C., Korycansky, D., Briggs, G., Ennico, K. An Overview of The Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Mission – An ESMD Mission to Investigate Lunar Polar Hydrogen. American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #38, #57.16, BAAS, Vol. 38, p.591. (2006)
  2. Pendleton, Yvonne J., Chiar, J. E., Ennico, K., Boogert, A., Greene, T., Knez, C., Lada, C., Roellig, T., Tielens, A., Werner, M., Whittet, D. Grain Growth and Silicates in Dense Clouds. American Astronomical Society Meeting 208, #49.15, BAAS, Vol. 38, p.127. (2006)
  3. Ennico, K., Pendleton, Y., Chiar, J., Roellig, T., Mason, R., Kornei, K., Keane, J., Lada, C., Greene, T., Tokunaga, A., Tielens, A., Werner, M., Bernstein, M., Rubin, M., Keene, J. Ice Chemistry Through Quiescent Dust In IC5146. American Astronomical Society Meeting 208, #49.05, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 38, p.125. (2006).

 

2005 / Reviewed

  1. J.C. Pickel, R.A. Reed, R. Ladbury, P.W. Marshall, T.M. Jordan, G. Gee, B. Fodness, M. McKelvey, R. McMurray, K. Ennico, C. McCreight, A. Waczynski, E. Polidan, S. Johnson, R.A. Weller, M.H. Mendenhall, R.D. Schrimpf. Transient Radiation Effects in Ultra-low Noise HgCdTe IR Detectors for Space Based Astronomy. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science (IT), Vol. 52, Issue 6, pp. 2657-63. (2005)

 

2005 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Ennico, K. A., Keller, L. D., Herter, T. L., Jaffe, D. T., Mar, D., Greene, T. P. Grisms for FORCAST – a New Medium Resolution 5-40 Micron Spectroscopic Mode on SOFIA. American Astronomical Society Meeting 207, #129.02, BAAS, Vol. 37, p.1376. (2005)
  2. Keller, L. D., Ennico, K. A., Herter, T. L., Jaffe, D. T., Mar, D. J., Greene, T. SOFIA Observational Capabilities for Studies of Star and Planet Formation: A New Medium Resolution 5-40 micron Spectroscopic Mode on SOFIA. Protostars and Planets V, Proceedings of the Conference, held October 24-28, 2005, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawai’i. LPI Contribution No. 1286., p.8481 (2005)

 

2004 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Ennico, K., Sandford, S., Allamandola, L., Bregman, J., Cohen, M., Cruikshank, D., Dumas, C., Greene, T., Hudgins, D. Kwok. S., Lord, S., Madden, S., McCreight, C., Roellig, T., Strecker D., Tielens, A., Werner, M., Wilmoth, K. Identifying Organic Molecules in Space: The AstroBiology Explorer MIDEX Mission Concept. Proc. of the SPIE 5487, 1553-1562 (2004)
  2. Pickel, J.C., Reed, R.A., Marshall, P.W., Waczynski, A., Polidan, E.J., Johnson, S., McMurray, R., McKelvey, M., Ennico, K., Johnson, R., Gee, G. Radiation-induced transient effects in NIR focal plane arrays. SPIE 5487, 698-709 (2004)
  3. McKelvey, M.E., K.A. Ennico, K.A., Johnson, R.R., Marshall, P.W., McMurray Jr., R.E., McCreight, C.R., Pickel, J.C., Reed, R.A. Radiation Performance of JWST Prototype FPAs. Proc. of the SPIE 5617, 223-234 (2004)

 

2003 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. K.J. Ando, A.W. Hoffman, P.J. Love, A. Toth, C. Anderson, G. Chapman, C.R. McCreight, K.A. Ennico, M.E. McKelvey, R.E. McMurray Jr. Development of Si:As Impurity Band Conduction (IBC) Detectors for Mid-Infrared Applications. SPIE 5074, 648-653. (2003)
  2. K.A. Ennico, M.E. McKelvey, C.R. McCreight, R.E. McMurray, Jr., R. Johnson, A.W. Hoffman, P.J. Love, N.A. Lum. Large Format Si:As IBC Array Performance for NGST and Future IR Space Telescope Applications. SPIE 4850, 890-901 (2003)
  3. K.A. Ennico, T.P. Greene, C.R. McCreight, M.E. McKelvey, R.E. McMurray, J.R. Cripe. Development and Testing of a 1024 x 1024 pixels Si:As IBC Detectors for SOFIA-like Applications. SPIE 4857, 155-165 (2003)
  4. D. Deming, D.E. Jennings, G.H. McCabe, T. Moran, P. Sada, K.A. Ennico. (2003) Motivation, Design, and Development of a 12 Micron Imaging Stokes Polarimeters for Solar Magnetic Field Studies. SPIE 4853, 205-214 (2003)
  5. K.A. Ennico, S. Sandford, L. Allamandola, J.D. Bregman, M. Cohen, D. Cruikshank, T.P. Greene, D. Hudgins, S. Kwok, S.D. Lord, S. Madden, C.R. McCreight, T.L. Roellig, D.W. Strecker, A.G.G.M. Tielens, M.W. Werner. (2003) The AstroBiology Explorer MIDEX Mission Concept – Identifying Organic Molecules in Space. SPIE 4850, 1149-1160 (2003)
  6. Pickel, J.C., Reed, R.A., Marshall, P.W., Jordan, T.M., Gee, G., Fodness, B., McKelvey, M. McMurray, R.E., Ennico, K.A., Johnson, R.R., McCreight, C. Proton-induced secondary particle environment for infrared sensor applications, ” IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science (ITNS), Volume: 50,  Issue: 6, Part 1, pp.  1954- 1959 (2003)

 

2003 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Ennico, K. A., Sandford, S. A., Allamandola, L. J., Bregman, J. D., Cohen, M., Cruikshank, D. P., Dumas, C., Greene, T. P., Hudgins, D. M., Kwok, S., Lord, S. D., Madden, S. C., McCreight, C. R., Roellig, T. L., Strecker, D. W., Tielens, A. G., Werner, M. W., Wilmoth, K. L. Identifying Organic Molecules in Space – The AstroBiology Explorer (ABE) Mission Concept. American Astronomical Society Meeting 203, #03.10, BAAS, Vol. 35, p.1205. (2003)
  2. Sandford, S. A., Allamandola, L. J., Bregman, J. D., Cohen, M., Cruikshank, D. P., Dumas, C., Ennico, K., Greene, T., Hudgins, D., Kwok, S., Lord, S. D., Madden, S. C., McCreight, C. R., Roellig, T. L., Strecker, D. W., Tielens, A. G., Werner, M. W., Wilmoth, K. Organics in the solar system and the Astrobiology Explorer (ABE) mission. American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #35, #41.09, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 35, p.1002 (2003)

 

2002 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Ennico, K. Kinds of Astronomy. Space Sciences, Vol. 2 Planetary Science and Astronomy, Macmillan References, USA, New York, ISBN 0-02-865548-6. (2002)
  2. Ennico, K.A., Sandford, S.A., Cox, S., Ellis, B., Gallagher, D.J., Gautier, N., Greene, T.P., McCreight, C.R., Mills, G., Purcell, W.R. AstroBiology Explorer MIDEX Mission Concept. Proc. of the SPIE 4495, 273-282 (2002)
  3. Sandford, S. Allamandola, L., Bregman, J.D., Ennico, K.A., Greene, T.P., Hudgins, D., Strecker, D.W. Identifying Organic Molecules in Space –the AstroBiology Explorer (ABE) Mission Concept. Proc. of the SPIE 4495, 170-181 (2002)

 

2001 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Sandford, S. A., Allamandola, L. J., Bregman, J., Ennico, K., Greene, T., Hudgins, D., Strecker, D. Identifying Organic Molecules in Space – The AstroBiology Explorer (ABE) MIDEX Mission Concept. American Astronomical Society, 198th AAS Meeting, #04.09, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 33, p.790. (2001)

 

2000 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Rieke, G.H., Young, E.T., Ade, P., Beeman, J.W., Burmester, W., Cadien, J., Ennico, K.A. Gordon, K.D., Hegge, M., Heim, G.B., Henderson, M.L., Horne, T., Kelly, D.M., McMahon, T.J., Neitenbach, M., Noriega-Crespa, A., Rivlis, G., Schnurr, R., Schwenker, J.P., Siewert, S., Stansberry, J.A., Strecker, D.W., Winters, G.S., Yanoski, C. Performance of the Multiband Imaging Photometer for SIRTF. Proc. of the SPIE 4131, 38-49 (2000)
  2. Ennico, K. and Greene, T.P. An Integrated Science Instrument Module for the Next Generation Space Telescope. ASP Proc. Vol. 207, NGST Science & Technology Exposition, p.127-137. (2000)

 

1999 / Reviewed

  1. Ennico, K.A. Near infrared faint-object spectroscopy. The Observatory, 119, p. 307-308. (1999)

 

1999 / Conference Proceedings

  1. K. Ennico, J. Bechtold, T. Greene, L. Lesyna, G. Rieke, M. Rieke, R. Thompson. Final NGST ISIM study report submitted to NASA in response to NRA98-GSFC-1 award. (1999)
  2. Bechtold, J., Ennico, K., Greene, T. P., Burge, J. H., Rieke, M. J., Rieke, G. H., Rix, H.-W., Young, E. T., Lesser, M. P., Sarlot, R., Angel, J. R. P., McCarthy, D. W., Thompson, R. I., Forney, P., Lesyna, L., Triebes, K., Gunn, J. E. The University of Arizona/Lockheed Martin Conceptual Study of the NGST Science Instrument Module. American Astronomical Society, 194th AAS Meeting, #91.14, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 31, p.986. (1999)

 

1998 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Ennico, K.A., Parry, I.R., Kenworthy, M.A., Ellis, R.S., Mackay, C.D., Beckett, M.G. Aragon-Salamanca, A., Glazebrook, K., Brinchmann, J., Pritchard, J.M., Medlen, S.R., Piche, F., McMahon, R.G., Cortecchia, F. The Cambridge OH Suppression Instrument (COHSI): Status after first commissioning run. Proc. of the SPIE 3354, 668-674 (1998)
  2. Mackay, C.D., Beckett, M.G., McMahon, R.G., Parry, I.R., Piche, F., Ennico, K.A., Kenworthy, M.A., Ellis, R.S., Aragon-Salamanca, A. Infrared imaging & spectroscopy with HAWAII & PICNIC arrays. Proc. of the SPIE 3354, 14-23 (1998)
  3. Kenworthy, M.A., Parry, I.R., Ennico, K.A. COHSI: A Lens Array and Fiber Feed for the Near Infrared. Fiber Optics in Astronomy III. ASP Conference Series, Vol. 152, 300 (1998)

 

1998 / Conference Proceedings

  1. Bechtold, J., Greene, T. P., Burge, J. H., Rieke, M. J., Rieke, G. H., Rix, H. W., Ennico, K., Young, E. T., Lesser, M. P., Sarlot, R., Angel, J. R. P., McCarthy, D. W., Thompson, R. I., Lesyna, L., Triebes, K., Gunn, J. E. (1998) The University of Arizona/Lockheed Martin Conceptual Study of the NGST Science Instrument Module. American Astronomical Society, 193rd AAS Meeting, #35.06, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 30, p.1296 (1998)
  2. Ennico, K. A. (1998) Near Infrared Faint Object Spectroscopy. American Astronomical Society, 193rd AAS Meeting, #30.04, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 30, p.1290

 

1997 / Reviewed/SPIE

  1. Piche, F., Parry, I.R., Ennico, K., Ellis, R.S., Pritchard, J., Mackay, C.D., McMahon, R.G. COHSI: the Cambridge OH Suppression Instrument. Proc. of the SPIE 2871, 1332-41 (1997)

 

1996 / Reviewed

  1. Mackay, C.D., Parry, I.R., Piche, F., Ennico, K.A. Imaging Spectroscopy for Infrared Astronomy. Recent Developments in Scientific Optical Imaging, Roy. Soc. Chemistry, Cambridge, UK (1996)

 

1995 / Technical Article

  1. Haynes, R., Sharples, R., Ennico, K. (1995) “SMIRFS – an infrared fibre feed for CGS4.” Spectrum, No. 7, p. 4 – 6.