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Spectral characteristics of plasma sheet ion and electron populations during undisturbed geomagnetic conditions
We have determined the spectral characteristics of central plasma sheet ions and electrons observed during 71 hours when geomagnetic activity was at moderate to high levels (AE ≥ 100 nT). ParticleExpand
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Energy spectra of plasma sheet ions and electrons from ∼50 eV/e to ∼1 MeV during plasma temperature transitions
Measurements of charged particles in the plasma sheet by the low energy proton and electron differential energy analyzer (LEPEDEA) and medium energy particle instrument (MEPI) on ISEE 1 are combinedExpand
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Global flows of energetic ions in Jupiter's equatorial plane: First‐order approximation
Galileo, as the first orbiting spacecraft in an outer planet's magnetosphere, provides the opportunity to study global energetic ion distributions in Jupiter's magnetosphere. We present directionalExpand
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Energetic particle bursts in the predawn Jovian magnetotail
From September to October 1996 the Galileo spacecraft crossed through the distant predawn tail region of the Jovian magnetosphere. The Energetic Particles Detector (EPD) onboard Galileo recorded aExpand
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Storm‐like dynamics of Jupiter's inner and middle magnetosphere
The discovery of energy-time dispersed, charged particle signatures of dynamic, longitudinally confined charged particle injections within Jupiter's inner magnetosphere has been reported previouslyExpand
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Structure of the tail plasma/current sheet at ∼11 RE and its changes in the course of a substorm
At the end of April 2, 1978, the ISEE 1 and 2 spacecraft moved inbound at ∼11 RE on the nightside (0130 MLT). Due to a flapping motion of the plasma sheet the spacecraft crossed the neutral sheetExpand
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Excitation of the Ganymede Ultraviolet Aurora
We analyze the ultraviolet aurorae observed on Ganymede by means of the Hubble Space Telescope and compare them to similar phenomena on Earth. We find that the tenuous nature of Ganymede's atmosphereExpand
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The Analyser of Space Plasmas and Energetic Atoms (ASPERA-4) for the Venus Express mission
The general scientific objective of the ASPERA-3 experiment is to study the solar wind — atmosphere interaction and to characterize the plasma and neutral gas environment within the space near MarsExpand
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Mass composition of the escaping plasma at Mars
Data from the Ion Mass Analyzer (IMA) sensor of the ASPERA-3 instrument suite on Mars Express have been analyzed to determine the mass composition of the escaping ion species at Mars. We haveExpand
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Ion composition of the near-Earth plasma sheet in storm and quiet intervals: Geotail/EPIC measurements
We investigate the ion composition of the near-Earth plasma sheet in storm and quiet intervals, using energetic (9-210 keV) particle flux data obtained by the suprathermal ion compositionExpand
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