2 edition of The solar wind-magnetosphere system 3 found in the catalog.
The solar wind-magnetosphere system 3
by Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Solar wind-magnetosphere system three|
|Statement||H.K. Biernat, C.J. Farrugia and D.F. Vogl, editors.|
|Contributions||Biernat, H. K., Farrugia, C. J., Vogl, D. F.|
|LC Classifications||QB529 .S684 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 420 p. :|
|Number of Pages||420|
The main source of plasma in the solar system is the Sun. The solar corona, the upper atmosphere of the Sun (which has been heated to temperatures of 1–2 million Kelvin), streams away from the Sun at a more or less steady rate of 10 9 kg s −1 in equal numbers (8 × 10 35 s −1) of electrons and ions. The boundary between the solar wind and. As the only planet known to host life, Earth occupies a truly unique place in the Solar System. The Cluster mission, launched in the summer of .
The first 3-dimensional (3-D), global magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) sim- ulations of the solar wind-magnetosphere system was reported by (Brecht et al. ; Leboeuf et al. ; Wu et al. ). Since then, global 3- D MHD simulations have been used with some success to study a range of. The globally coupled nature of the solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere system demands simultaneous measurements of related phenomena in widely spaced locations. Thus, crucial information comes from combining observations from existing operating satellites, both from NASA (ACE, TWINS, SAMPEX, THEMIS, Cluster, planetary missions, and so on) and.
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Observations of Hydromagnetic-Band Energy in the Magnetosphere near L~2 to L~3 and Solar Wind Wave and Field Conditions.- 3. Electrodynamics of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling.- Electric Fields and Currents.- Dayside Convection, Viscous Interaction and Magnetic Merging.- Solar Wind Control of the Polar Cusp.- DE-1 Observations of Solar.
Solar Wind ― Magnetosphere Coupling (Astrophysics and Space Science Library ()) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Y. Kamide (Editor), J.A. The interaction between the solar wind and the Earth’s magnetosphere–ionosphere system is very complex, being essentially the result of the interplay between an external driver, the solar wind, and internal processes to the magnetosphere–ionosphere system.
In this framework, modelling the Earth’s magnetosphere–ionosphere response to the changes of the solar wind conditions Author: Mirko Stumpo, Giuseppe Consolini, Tommaso Alberti, Virgilio Quattrociocchi. Magnetic reconnection is believed to be the key mechanism involved in the entry (1) and release (3) of the energy of the solar wind.
Using data from. Thana Yeeram, The solar wind-magnetosphere coupling and daytime disturbance electric fields in equatorial ionosphere during consecutive recurrent geomagnetic storms, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, /,(), ().
Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, its causes and consequences have been studied for the last several decades. However, the assessment of continuously changing behaviour of the sun, plasma and field flows in the interplanetary space and their influence on geomagnetic activity is still a subject of intense research.
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Jankovičová 1, Z. Vörös 1,2, and J. Šimkanin 3 D. Jankovičová et al., 1 Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic.  We investigated whether one or a few coupling functions can represent best the interaction between the solar wind and the magnetosphere over a wide variety of magnetospheric activity.
Ten variables which characterize the state of the magnetosphere were studied. Five indices from ground‐based magnetometers were selected, namely Dst, Kp, AE, AU, and AL, and five from other sources, namely.
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Our understanding of the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction has evolved slowly but steadily since the advent of space exploration. The early picture of transient confinement of the geomagnetic field during geomagnetic storms by blast waves of solar plasma was soon replaced by a magnetosphere confined by a continuously flowing solar wind.
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At the present time wind, solar photovoltaic, and solar thermal systems appear to be the main contenders for supplying a substantial fraction of the energy requirements of the United States and much of the remainder of the world as well. This thesis includes an introductory part to solar wind - magnetosphere coupling and four research articles referred to as Publication 1 to 4.
The introduction contains a background information for the research, data sources used in the publications and the scientiﬁc context of the results.
The research articles are listed below with short. In this thesis, the solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling is studied observationally, with the main focus on the ionospheric currents in the auroral region.
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measured Dst for thirteen 3–10 day long geomagnetic storm events that occurred between and  The solar wind velocity, interplanetary magnetic field and proton density all play a role in transferring energy into the magnetosphere. However, an exact coupling function quantitatively describing the contribution from the solar.This study answers when, where, and how solar wind energy is deposited into the magnetosphere-ionosphere system during the sudden enhancement of solar wind dynamic pressure.
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