# PSP Bibliography

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 2022 PSP/WISPR Observations of Dust Density Depletion near the Sun. II. New Insights from within the Depletion Zone Visible light observations from the Wide-field Imager for Solar PRobe (WISPR) aboard the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) mission offer a unique opportunity to study the dust environment near the Sun. The existence of a dust-free zone (DFZ) around stars was postulated almost a century ago. Despite numerous attempts to detect it from as close as 0.3 au, observational evidence of a circumsolar DFZ has remained elusive. Analysis of WISPR images obtained from heliocentric distances between 13.3-53.7 R $_\ensuremath\odot$ over multiple P ... Stenborg, Guillermo; Howard, Russell; Vourlidas, Angelos; Gallagher, Brendan; Published by: \apj      Published on: jun YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b36 2021 Effect of Dust Rotational Disruption by Radiative Torques and Implications for the F-corona Decrease Revealed by the Parker Solar Probe The first-year results from the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) reveal a Hoang, Thiem; Lazarian, Alex; Lee, Hyeseung; Cho, Kyungsuk; Gu, Pin-Gao; Ng, Chi-Hang; Published by: \apj      Published on: oct YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac126e Pristine PSP/WISPR Observations of the Circumsolar Dust Ring near Venus s Orbit The Parker Solar Probe mission (PSP) has completed seven orbits around the Sun. The Wide-field Imager for Solar Probe (WISPR) on PSP consists of two visible light heliospheric imagers, which together image the interplanetary medium between 13°5 and 108° elongation. The PSP/WISPR nominal science observing window occurs during the solar encounters, which take place when the spacecraft (S/C) is within 0.25 au from the Sun. During Orbit 3, an extended science campaign took place while PSP transited between 0.5 and 0.25 au (dur ... Stenborg, Guillermo; Gallagher, Brendan; Howard, Russell; Hess, Phillip; Raouafi, Nour; Published by: The Astrophysical Journal      Published on: 04/2021 YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/abe623

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