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High Energy Ions Energized By Bastille Day, 2000 Shock Bombard Voyager 2 at 62 AU, April 2001

A Global Merged Interaction Region and Cosmic Ray Step Decrease at 61 AU, Voyager 2, March 2001

Propagation of Bastille Day Event to Voyagers 1 & 2, January 2001

Slowdown of the Solar Wind in the Outer Heliosphere, November 2000

Solar Periodicity Observed By Voyager 1 in Distant Anomalous Cosmic Rays, September 2000

New Solar Cycle Activity Detected at 56 & 72 AU by Voyagers 1 & 2, August 2000

Interplanetary Dust Particles Detected by Voyager Plasma Wave Instruments, June 2000

Interstellar Oxygen Ions Boosted into Voyager 1 and 2 LECP Detectors, April 2000

Do Shocks Always Accelerate Ions?, March 2000

Hydrogen Nuclei from a Burst of Solar Activity, October 1999

Voyager Detects New Anomalous Component Species, June 1999

Voyager And The Motions Of The Heliospheric Boundaries, May 1999

Solar Minimum Marked By Onset of Cosmic Ray Decrease at 70 AU, April 1999

Empirical Model of the Modulation of Anomalous Cosmic Ray Oxygen, January 1999

Global Solar Cycle Variations of the Solar Wind (Voyager), December 1998

Voyager 1 Observes Large Increase in Anomalous Oxygen at Solar Minimum, September 1998

Voyager 1 Measures Magnetic Fields at Greatest Distance Ever, August 1998

Voyager Observation of K-capture Decay of Cosmic Rays, June 1998

Dust Particles Detected in Outer Solar System, May 1998

Voyager Loses Part of its Magnetic Connection with our Sun, March 1998

Solar Control of the Solar Wind Speed at 54 AU, February 1998

CRS Investigation Results, January 1998

Pre-Acceleration of Anomalous Cosmic Ray Ions at Recurrent Solar Wind Shocks, October 1997

Voyager 1 and 2 Data Show Entry of Interstellar Particles into the Solar System, August 1997

Plasma Investigation Results, July 1997