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A study of the global heliospheric modulation of galactic Carbon
Observations of galactic Carbon in the heliosphere provide a useful tool with which a comprehensive description of the global modulation of cosmic rays both inside and outside off the solar windExpand
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Modeling of galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere
The modulation of galactic cosmic ray (GCR) Carbon in a north-south asymmetrical heliosphere is studied, using a two-dimensional numerical model that contains a solar wind termination shock (TS), aExpand
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Modelling the effects of scattering parameters on particle-drift in the solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays
Abstract It is well known that particle drift motions are suppressed by diffusive scattering as established by direct numerical simulations. The effect of constant scattering on the drift velocitiesExpand
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The heliospheric modulation of cosmic rays: Effects of a latitude dependent solar wind termination shock
Abstract Observations made with the two Voyager spacecraft confirmed that the solar wind decelerates to form the heliospheric termination shock and that it has begun its merger with the localExpand
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Modulation of galactic cosmic rays in a north–south asymmetrical heliosphere
Observations made with the two Voyager spacecraft confirmed that the solar wind decelerates to form the heliospheric termination shock. Voyager 1 crossed this termination shock (TS) at ~94 AU inExpand
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Modelling of galactic Carbon in an asymmetrical heliosphere: Effects of asymmetrical modulation conditions
Observations of galactic cosmic rays (GCRs) from the two Voyager spacecraft inside the heliosheath indicate significant differences between them, suggesting that in addition to a possible globalExpand
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Cosmic ray anisotropies in the outer heliosphere
Abstract The observation of the directional distribution of energetic and cosmic ray particles has been done with the Voyager spacecraft over a long period. Since 2002, when the first fluxExpand
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