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Global Trends of CME Deflections Based on CME and Solar Parameters
Accurate space weather forecasting requires knowledge of the trajectory of coronal mass ejections (CMEs), including any deflections close to the Sun or through interplanetary space. Kay et al. 2013Expand
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Forecasting a Coronal Mass Ejection's Altered Trajectory: ForeCAT
To predict whether a coronal mass ejection (CME) will impact Earth, the effects of the background on the CME's trajectory must be taken into account. We develop a model, ForeCAT (Forecasting a CME'sExpand
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Probability of CME Impact on Exoplanets Orbiting M Dwarfs and Solar-Like Stars
Solar coronal mass ejections (CMEs) produce adverse space weather effects at Earth. Planets in the close habitable zone of magnetically active M dwarfs may experience more extreme space weather thanExpand
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The Heliocentric Distance Where the Deflections and Rotations of Solar Coronal Mass Ejections Occur
Understanding the trajectory of a coronal mass ejection (CME), including any deflection from a radial path, and the orientation of its magnetic field is essential for space weather predictions. KayExpand
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Impact of space weather on climate and habitability of terrestrial-type exoplanets
Abstract The search for life in the Universe is a fundamental problem of astrobiology and modern science. The current progress in the detection of terrestrial-type exoplanets has opened a new avenueExpand
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Magnetic Field Magnitude Modification for a Force-free Magnetic Cloud Model
A scheme was developed by Lepping, Berdichevsky, and Wu (Solar Phys.292, 27, 2017) [called the LBW article here] to approximate the average magnetic field magnitude (B$B$-) profile of a typicalExpand
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Deflection and Rotation of CMEs from Active Region 11158
Between 13 and 16 February 2011, a series of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) erupted from multiple polarity inversion lines within active region 11158. For seven of these CMEs we employ the graduatedExpand
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The deflection of the 'Cartwheel' CME: ForeCAT results
We analyze the Cartwheel coronal mass ejection's (CME; 2008 April 9) trajectory in the low corona with the ForeCAT model. This complex event presented a significant rotation in the low corona and aExpand
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Using ForeCAT Deflections and Rotations to Constrain the Early Evolution of CMEs
To accurately predict the space weather effects of coronal mass ejection (CME) impacts at Earth one must know if and when a CME will impact Earth, and the CME parameters upon impact. Kay et al.Expand
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