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Thin electron-scale layers at the magnetopause
[1] We use data from the four Cluster satellites to examine the microphysics of a thin electron-scale layer discovered on the magnetospheric side of the magnetopause. Here the ion and electron
PEACE Data in the Cluster Active Archive
The PEACE instruments, the measured data and the data products provided through the CAA are introduced to help the researcher to choose the data Products most suited to their needs and to avoid inadvertent misuse of the data.
A New Era for Central Processing and Production in CMS
The goal for CMS computing is to maximise the throughput of simulated event generation while also processing event data generated by the detector as quickly and reliably as possible. To maintain this
Solution of the Bethe-Salpeter equation for pion-nucleon scattering
A relativistic description of pion-nucleon scattering based on the four-dimensional Bethe-Salpeter equation is presented. The kernel of the equation consists of s- and u-channel nucleon and delta
A corrector for spacecraft calculated electron moments
Abstract. We present the application of a numerical method to correct electron moments calculated on-board spacecraft from the effects of potential broadening and energy range truncation. Assuming a
Cluster and Double Star multipoint observations of a plasma bubble
Depleted flux tubes, or plasma bubbles, are one possible explanation of bursty bulk flows, which are transient high speed flows thought to be responsible for a large proportion of flux transport in
On the structure of field-aligned currents in the mid-altitude cusp
Abstract. We analyse two crossings of the polar cusp at mid-altitudes (≈4 R E ) by Cluster in order to study the structure of field-aligned currents associated with the injection of magnetosheath
Formation of the low‐latitude boundary layer and cusp under the northward IMF: Simultaneous observations by Cluster and Double Star
On 28 February 2004 the configuration of the Cluster and Double Star TC1 satellites facilitated a simultaneous study of plasma properties inside the low-latitude boundary layer (LLBL) near the
Using the CMS High Level Trigger as a Cloud Resource
The CMS High Level Trigger is a compute farm of more than 10,000 cores. During data taking this resource is heavily used and is an integral part of the experiment's triggering system. However,
South-north asymmetry of field-aligned currents in the magnetotail observed by Cluster
mechanism of the north‐south asymmetry, we mapped the FACs along the field line into the polar region. The footprints of the FACs also show a difference between the Southern and Northern hemispheres