Cheng Li
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Jupiter’s interior and deep atmosphere: The initial pole-to-pole passes with the Juno spacecraft
SJ Bolton, A Adriani, V Adumitroaie, M Allison, J Anderson, S Atreya, ...
Science 356 (6340), 821-825, 2017
The distribution of ammonia on Jupiter from a preliminary inversion of Juno microwave radiometer data
C Li, A Ingersoll, M Janssen, S Levin, S Bolton, V Adumitroaie, M Allison, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (11), 5317-5325, 2017
The water abundance in Jupiter’s equatorial zone
C Li, A Ingersoll, S Bolton, S Levin, M Janssen, S Atreya, J Lunine, ...
Nature Astronomy 4 (6), 609-616, 2020
Stability of CO2 atmospheres on desiccated M dwarf exoplanets
P Gao, R Hu, TD Robinson, C Li, YL Yung
The Astrophysical Journal 806 (2), 249, 2015
MWR: Microwave radiometer for the Juno mission to Jupiter
MA Janssen, JE Oswald, ST Brown, S Gulkis, SM Levin, SJ Bolton, ...
Space Science Reviews 213, 139-185, 2017
Moist convection in hydrogen atmospheres and the frequency of Saturn’s giant storms
C Li, AP Ingersoll
Nature Geoscience 8 (5), 398-403, 2015
Prevalent lightning sferics at 600 megahertz near Jupiter’s poles
S Brown, M Janssen, V Adumitroaie, S Atreya, S Bolton, S Gulkis, ...
Nature 558 (7708), 87-90, 2018
Storms and the depletion of ammonia in Jupiter: II. Explaining the Juno observations
T Guillot, C Li, SJ Bolton, ST Brown, AP Ingersoll, MA Janssen, SM Levin, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 125 (8), e2020JE006404, 2020
Implications of the ammonia distribution on Jupiter from 1 to 100 bars as measured by the Juno microwave radiometer
AP Ingersoll, V Adumitroaie, MD Allison, S Atreya, AA Bellotti, SJ Bolton, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (15), 7676-7685, 2017
A high-performance atmospheric radiation package: With applications to the radiative energy budgets of giant planets
C Li, T Le, X Zhang, YL Yung
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 217, 353-362, 2018
Simulating nonhydrostatic atmospheres on planets (SNAP): Formulation, validation, and application to the Jovian atmosphere
C Li, X Chen
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 240 (2), 37, 2019
Microwave observations reveal the deep extent and structure of Jupiter’s atmospheric vortices
SJ Bolton, SM Levin, T Guillot, C Li, Y Kaspi, G Orton, MH Wong, ...
Science 374 (6570), 968-972, 2021
Modeling the stability of polygonal patterns of vortices at the poles of Jupiter as revealed by the Juno spacecraft
C Li, AP Ingersoll, AP Klipfel, H Brettle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39), 24082-24087, 2020
Jupiter's temperate belt/zone contrasts revealed at depth by Juno microwave observations
LN Fletcher, FA Oyafuso, M Allison, A Ingersoll, L Li, Y Kaspi, E Galanti, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 126 (10), e2021JE006858, 2021
Vertical distribution of C3-hydrocarbons in the stratosphere of Titan
C Li, X Zhang, P Gao, Y Yung
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 803 (2), L19, 2015
Jupiter's equatorial plumes and hot spots: Spectral mapping from Gemini/TEXES and Juno/MWR
LN Fletcher, GS Orton, TK Greathouse, JH Rogers, Z Zhang, FA Oyafuso, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 125 (8), e2020JE006399, 2020
A non-monotonic eddy diffusivity profile of Titan's atmosphere revealed by Cassini observations
C Li, X Zhang, JA Kammer, MC Liang, RL Shia, YL Yung
Planetary and Space Science 104, 48-58, 2014
Evidence for multiple Ferrel‐like cells on Jupiter
K Duer, N Gavriel, E Galanti, Y Kaspi, LN Fletcher, T Guillot, SJ Bolton, ...
Geophysical research letters 48 (23), e2021GL095651, 2021
Earth as an exoplanet: A two-dimensional alien map
S Fan, C Li, JZ Li, S Bartlett, JH Jiang, V Natraj, D Crisp, YL Yung
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 882 (1), L1, 2019
The depth of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot constrained by Juno gravity overflights
M Parisi, Y Kaspi, E Galanti, D Durante, SJ Bolton, SM Levin, DR Buccino, ...
Science 374 (6570), 964-968, 2021
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