Dr Chris Arridge

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Research Overview

My research is focused in the study of magnetised plasmas in a variety of solar system and astrophysical contexts. This research contributes to our understanding of solar system bodies, how they interact with their surroundings, and the basic plasma physics of these interactions. Most of my work focuses on the giant planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune but I have also studied Venus. To carry out this research I use empirical modelling, in situ data analysis from spacecraft such as Cassini at Saturn, statistical studies, and theory/simulations.

National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
Participation in conference

National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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AGU Fall Meeting 2016
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Cassini MAPS Workshop
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AGU Chapman Conference
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12th European Space Weather Week
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National Astronomy Meeting 2015
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Magnetospheres of the Outer Planets 2015
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STFC (External organisation)
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UK Space Agency
Business Engagement

Geophysical Research Letters (Journal)
Editorial activity

  • Space and Planetary Physics