2022 [7]

[30] Papaioannou, A., K. Herbst, T. Ramm. E. W. Cliver, D. Lario, and A. M. Veronig, Revisiting Empirical Solar Energetic Particle Scaling Relations – I. Solar flares, accepted at A&A, preprint available at ArXiv

[29] Light, J., S.E.S. Ferreira, N.E. Engelbrecht, K. Scherer, and K. Herbst, On the numerical modeling of astrospheres, including those of Luminous Blue Variable stars, and the modulation of cosmic rays within, MNRAS, stac2312

[28] Herbst, K., L. Baalmann, A. Bykov, N. E. Engelbrecht, S. E. S. Ferreira, V. V. Izmodenov, S. Korolkov, K. P. Levenfish, J. L. Linsky, D. M.-A. Meyer, K. Scherer and R. D. T. Strauss, Astrospheres of Planet-Hosting Cool Stars and Beyond – When Modeling Meets Observations, Space Sci. Rev., 218:29 (open access)

[27] Engelbrecht, N. E., A. Vogt, K. Herbst, D. T. Strauss, A. Burger, Revisiting the Revisited Palmer Consensus: New Insights from Jovian Electron Transport, ApJ, 929, 8. (open access)

[26] Papaioannou, A., A. Kouloumvakos, A. Mishev, R. Vainio, I. Usoskin, K. Herbst, et al., The First Ground Level Enhancement of Solar Cycle 25 on 28 October 2021, Astron. Astrophys., 660, L5, preprint available at ArXiv.

[25] Grenfell, J. L., F. Wunderlich, M. Sinnhuber, K. Herbst, et al., Atmospheric processes affecting methane on Mars, ICARUS, 114940, preprint available at ArXiv.

[24] Hu, J., V. S. Airapetian, G. Li, G. Zank, and M. Jin, Extreme Energetic Particle Events by Superflare Associated CMEs from Solar-like Stars, Sci. Adv., 8.

2021 [11]

[23] Namekata, K., Maehara, H., Honda, S. et al. Probable detection of an eruptive filament from a superflare on a solar-type star, Nat Astron. (open access)

[22] Herbst, K., J. L. Grenfell, M. Sinnhuber, and F. Wunderlich, INCREASE – An updated model suite to study the INfluence of Cosmic Rays on Exoplanetary AtmoSpherEs, Astron. Nachr., 1. (open access)

[21] Snellen, I., + 66 co-authors,  Detecting life outside our solar system with a large high-contrast-imaging mission, Exp. Astron..

[20] Gebauer, S., I. Vilovic, J. L. Grenfell, F. Wunderlich, F. Schreier, and H. Rauer, Influence of Biomass Emissions on Habitability, Biosignatures, and Detectability in Earth-like Atmospheres, ApJ 909:128.

[19] Mekhaldi, F., F. Adolphi, K. Herbst, and R. Muscheler, The signal of solar storms embedded in cosmogenic radionuclides: Detectability and uncertainties, JGR: Space Physics, 126, e2021JA029351.

[18] Airapetian, V. S., M. Jin, T. Lueftinger, S. B. Saikia, O. Kochukhov, M. Guedel, B. Van Der Holst, and W. Manchester IV, One Year in the Life of Young Suns: Data Constrained Corona-Wind Model of k1 Ceti, ApJ, 916 96.

[17] Lavasa E., G. Giannopoulos, A. Papaioannou, A. Anastasiadis, I. A. Daglis, A. Aran, D. Pacheco, and B. Sanahuja, Assessing the predictability of Solar Energetic Particles with the use of machine learning techniques, Solar Physics, 296, 107.

[16] Caprotti, A., M. Brüdern, S. Burmeister, B. Heber, and K. Herbst, Yield function of the DOSimetry TELescope count and dose rates aboard the International Space Station, Space Weather, 19, e2020SW002510.

[15] Herbst, K., A. Papaioannou, V. S. Airapetian, and D. Atri, From Starspots to Stellar Coronal Mass Ejections – Revisiting Empirical Stellar Relations, ApJ, 907, 89. Preprint available at ArXiv.

[14] Maehara, H., Y. Notsu, K. Namekata, et al., Time-resolved spectroscopy and photometry of an M dwarf flare star YZ Canis Minoris OISTER and TESS: Blue asymmetry in Hα line during the non-white light flare, PASJ, 73, 1. Preprint available at ArXiv.

[13] Okamoto, S., Y. Notsu, H. Maehara, K. Namekata, S. Honda, K. Ikuta, D. Nogami, and K. Shibata, Statistical Properties of Superflares on Solar-type Stars: Results Using All of the Kepler Primary Mission Data, ApJ, 906 72. preprint available at ArXiv.

2020 [11]

[12] Gebauer, S., J. L. Grenfell, H. Lammer, J.-P. P. de Vera, L. Sproß, V. S. Airapetian, M. Sinnhuber, and H. Rauer, Atmospheric Nitrogen When Life Evolved on Earth, Astrobiology, 20, 12.

[11] Toriumi, S., V. S. Airapetian, H. Hudson, C. J. Shriver, M.C. M. Chueng, and M. L. DeRosa, Sun-as-a-star Spectral Irradiance Observations of Transiting Active Regions, ApJ, 902:36.

[10] Grenfell, J. L., J. Leconte, F. Forget, M. Godolt, Ó. Carrión-González, L. Noack, F. Tian, H. Rauer, F. Gaillard, É. Bolmont, B. Charnay, and M. Turbet, Atmospheric Diversity of Low Mass Exoplanets – some Central Aspects, Space Science Reviews, 216, 89.

[9] Herbst, K., K. Scherer, S.E.S. Ferreira, L. R. Baalmann, E. N. Engelbrecht, H. Fichtner, J. Kleimann, R.D.T. Strauss, D. Moeketsi, and S. Mohamed, On the Diversity of M-Star astrospheres and the Role of Galactic Cosmic Rays Within, ApJ Letters, 897, 2, preprint available at ArXiv.

[8] Ortenzi, G., L. Noack, F. Sohl, C. M. Guimond, J. L. Grenfell, C. Dorn, J. M. Schmidt, S. Vulpius, N. Katyal, D. Kitzmann, and H. Rauer, Mantle redox state drives outgassing chemistry and atmosphere composition of rocky planets, Scientific Reports, 10, 10907.

[7] Grenfell, J. L.,  M. Godolt, J. Cabrera, L. Carone, A. Garcίa Muñoz, D. Kitzmann, A. M. S. Smith, and Heike Rauer, Atmospheric Characterization via Broadband Color Filterson the PLAnetary Transits and Oscillations of stars (PLATO) Mission, Experimental Astronomy, 50, 1–49, preprint available at ArXiv.

[6] Vogt, A., E. N. Engelbrecht, R. D. Strauss, B. Heber, A. Kopp, and K. Herbst, On the residence-time of Jovian electrons in the inner heliosphere, A&A, 642, A170.

[5] Scheucher, M., F. Wunderlich, J. L. Grenfell, et al., Consistently Simulating a Wide Range of Atmospheric Scenarios for K2-18b with a Flexible Radiative Transfer Module, ApJ, 898, 1, preprint available at ArXiv.

[4] Scheucher, M., K. Herbst, V. Schmidt, J. L. Grenfell, F. Schreier, S. Banjac, B. Heber, H. Rauer, and M. Sinnhuber, Proxima Centauri b: A Strong Case for including Cosmic-Ray-induced Chemistry in Atmospheric Biosignature Studies, ApJ, 893:12 (7pp), preprint available at ArXiv.

[3] Scherer, K., L. R. Baalmann, H. Fichtner, J. Kleimann, D. J. Bomans, K. Weis, S.E.S. Ferreira, and K. Herbst, MHD-shock structures of astrospheres: λ Cephei-like astrospheres, MNRAS, 493, 3, preprint available at ArXiv.

[2] Herbst, K., S. Banjac, D. Atri, and T. A. Nordheim, Revisiting the cosmic-ray induced Venusian radiation dose in the context of habitability, Astron. Astrophys., 633, A15, 2020, preprint available at ArXiv.

2019 [1]

[1] Herbst, K., J. L. Grenfell, M. Sinnhuber, H. Rauer, B. Heber, S. Banjac, M. Scheucher, V. Schmidt, S. Gebauer, R. Lehmann, and F. Schreier, A new model suite to determine the influence of cosmic rays on (exo)planetary atmospheric biosignatures. Validation based on modern Earth, Astron. Astrophys., 631, A101, preprint available at ArXiv