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Correlated interplanetary and magnetospheric observations.

Proceedings of the seventh ESLAB Symposium, held at Saulgau, W. Germany, 22-25 May 1973.

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Published by Reidel in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnetosphere -- Congresses.,
  • Nuclear astrophysics -- Congresses.,
  • Astronautics in astronomy -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementEdited by D. Edgar Page.
    SeriesAstrophysics and space science library,, v. 42
    ContributionsPage, D. Edgar, ed., European Space Research and Technology Centre. Space Science Dept.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC809.M35 C67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 662 p.
    Number of Pages662
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5441597M
    ISBN 109027704295
    LC Control Number73091433

    Interplanetary Scintillation-Preliminary Observations at MHz.- IPS Observations of Flare-Generated Disturbances.- MAGALERT: Aug Classification and Investigation of Solar Flare Situations Conformably to Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Disturbances.- VI. Explorer 26 magnetic field data in the magnetospheric region of L=3−6 and LT – hr with geomagnetic latitude range −6° to 27° have been analyzed for studying nineteen SI and SC of the SI events observed in the magnetosphere at less than 15° geomagnetic latitude are compressional with magnetic perturbations along the ambient field.

    Properties of energetic electrons of magnetospheric origin in the magnetosheath and in the solar wind—correlation with geomagnetic activity Domingo, V. Page, D. E. and Wenzel, K. P. (). Energetic electrons at the magnetopause, in Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations (Ed. D. E. Page), p. E.T. Sarris. SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: D. E. Page - Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations Authors: Lemaire, J. Journal: Ciel et Terre, Vol.

    A distinct class of dayside high-latitude magnetic pulsations can be identified from the spatial characteristics of the disturbance field. These pulsations exhibit traveling radial patterns such as would result from moving filaments of field-aligned current interacting with the ionosphere to produce cells of Hall current and vortexlike plasma flow. Observations of solar electron, proton, and alpha particles made with the Explorer satellite at 1 AU during the period of intense solar activity in August are presented. The intensities of low energy particles are the largest measured at the earth during the 20th solar cycle; the peak fluxes of keV protons are more than a factor of 10 times the intensity of those measured during.


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Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations Book Subtitle Proceedings of the Seventh ESLAB Symposium Held at Saulgau, W. Germany, 22–25 May, Brand: Springer Netherlands.

The book follows the order of the symposium (unfortunately the PROGNOZ contribution did not materialise) concentrating, through both review lectures and of new experimental results, on the nature of the boundaries between the presentation the interplanetary medium and the magnetosphere and the interaction of each region on the other.

The investigations reported are related to the response of the magnetosphere to changes in the interplanetary medium, the nature of magnetospheric boundaries, magnetospheric plasma flow and electric fields, and solar particle propagation in the interplanetary by: Home / Books / Non-Fiction / Science & Technology / Astronomy / (ebook) Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations Locations where this product is available This item is not currently in stock in Dymocks stores - contact your local store to order.

Correlated interplanetary and magnetospheric observations. Proceedings of the seventh ESLAB Symposium held at Saulgau, W. Germany, May, Title: D. Page - Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations: Authors: Lemaire, J.

Publication: Ciel et Terre, Vol. 91, p. Publication Date. Data from the interplanetary space, the magnetosphere at the geostationary orbit, and the auroral zone have been correlated for comprehensive understanding of the solar wind-magnetospheric interaction and occurrence of magnetospheric by: 3.

In: Page D.E. (eds) Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations. Astrophysics and Space Science Library (A Series of Books on the Recent Developments of Space Science and of General Geophysics and Astrophysics Published in Connection with the Journal Space Science Reviews), vol Interplanetary control of magnetospheric dynamics: Authors: Parks, G.

K.; Lin, C University, Seattle, Wash), AD(Washington, University, Seattle, Wash) Publication: In: Correlated interplanetary and magnetospheric observations; Proceedings of the Seventh ESLAB Symposium, Saulgau, West Germany, MayData from the.

The interplanetary and magnetospheric causes of extreme dB/dt at equatorial locations 3 Observations Solar and Interplanetary Observations. The continuous plasma flow from the Sun, the solar wind, affects the dynamics of the near‐Earth environment.

correlation analysis between the polar and equatorial quasiperiodic magnetic. Get this from a library. Correlated interplanetary and magnetospheric observations. Proceedings of the seventh ESLAB Symposium, held at Saulgau, W.

Germany, May [D Edgar Page; European Space Research and Technology Centre. Space Science Department.;]. Theory and observations are compared.

Both the n = 1 and n = 2 models explain certain features of the observations. It is proposed that networks of VLF goniometer receivers should be established to track the motions of whistler ducts in order to study magnetospheric convection and dynamics directly.

The insights derived from these missions have been successfully applied to magnetospheric, astro-solar, and cosmic ray physics.

This book is an overview of these insights, using magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flows as the framework for interpreting objects and processes observed in the interplanetary Reviews: 1.

Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations: Proceedings of the Seventh ESLAB Symposium Held at Saulgau, W. Germany, May, [D Edgar Page] -- The ESLAB symposium 'Intercorrelated Satellite Observations Related to Solar Events' was held at a time when the importance of bringing together measure ments made simultaneously in different.

Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations: The ESLAB symposium 'Intercorrelated Satellite Observations Related to Solar Events' was held at a time when the importance of bringing together measure­ ments made simultaneously in different regions of space was beginning to be appreciated.

Relationship between interplanetary parameters and the magnetopause reconnection rate quantified from observations of the expanding polar cap.

to demonstrate a correlation between magnetospheric activity and interplanetary parameters. We employ observations of the auroras by the Far Ultraviolet (FUV) instrument.

About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so. By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in. [1] Many studies have attempted to quantify the coupling of energy from the solar wind into the magnetosphere.

In this paper we parameterize the dependence of the magnetopause reconnection rate on interplanetary parameters from the OMNI data set. The reconnection rate is measured as the rate of expansion of the polar cap during periods when the nightside reconnection.

SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS OF INTERPLANETARY SHOCK WAVES + CORRELATED MAGNETIC FIELD AND PLASMA OBSERVATIONS OF THE EARTH'S BOW SHOCK [2 PAPERS] (Pamphlet) [Gosling, J.T., et al + Greenstadt, E.W., et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS OF INTERPLANETARY SHOCK WAVES + CORRELATED MAGNETIC FIELD AND PLASMA OBSERVATIONS Author: et al Gosling, J.T., et al + Greenstadt, E.W.

A study of magnetospheric boundaries by the simultaneous observations of solar and magnetospheric particles Calif), AB(Aerospace Corp., Space Physics Laboratory, Los Angeles, Calif) Publication: In: Correlated interplanetary and magnetospheric observations; Proceedings of the Seventh ESLAB Symposium, Saulgau, West Germany, May.

Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics JGR: Space Physics publishes original research articles on the broad field of space physics, including aeronomy, magnetospheric physics, planetary atmospheres, ionospheres and magnetospheres, solar and interplanetary physics, cosmic rays, and heliospheric physics.Conjunctions in the cusp between the four Cluster spacecraft and SuperDARN ground-based radars offer unique opportunities to compare the signatures of transient plasma injections simultaneously in the high-altitude dayside magnetosphere and in the ionosphere.

We report here on such observations on 17 Marchwhen the IMF initially northward and duskward, turns southward and dawnward for a.The dominant southward IMF orientation may account for the poor correspondence between ground/magnetospheric observations (H and B m) and interplanetary elements (P SW and N SW).

Indeed, the correlation coefficient between Δ(P) 1/2 and Δ H is much smaller (r ≈ ) than in previous case; interplanetary measurements have been plotted with.