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Basic Space Plasma Physics
This textbook deals with the requirements of space physics. The first part starts with a description of the Earth's plasma environment, followed by a derivation of single particle motions inExpand
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The electron–cyclotron maser for astrophysical application
The electron–cyclotron maser is a process that generates coherent radiation from plasma. In the last two decades, it has gained increasing attention as a dominant mechanism of producing high-powerExpand
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Advanced space plasma physics
Builds on the fluid and kinetic theory of equilibria and waves presented in a companion textbook, "Basic Space Plasma Physics" (by the same authors), but can also serve as a stand-alone text. ItExpand
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Auroral Plasma Physics
1. Introduction.- 1.1 Visible Aurorae.- 1.2 Ionospheric Framework.- 1.3 Magnetospheric Framework.- 1.4 Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling.- 1.5 Large Scale Magnetospheric Flows and Dynamics.- 1.6 AnExpand
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Magnetically-Driven Planetary Radio Emissions and Application to Extrasolar Planets
At least six intense nonthermal planetary radio emissions are known in our solar system: the auroral radio emissions from the Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, and the radio bursts from theExpand
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Auroral Radio Emissions, 1. Hisses, Roars, and Bursts
The Earth's auroral electrons produce copious non-thermal radio emissions of various types, including auroral kilometric radiation (AKR), whistler mode auroral hiss, mode conversion radiation such asExpand
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Waveform and packet structure of lion roars
The Equator-S magnetometer is very sensitive and has a sampling rate of normally 128 Hz. The high sampling rate allows for the first time fluxgate magnetometer measurements of ELF waves between theExpand
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Magnetic field fluctuations across the Earth’s bow shock
Abstract. We present a statistical analysis of 132 dayside (LT 0700-1700) bow shock crossings of the AMPTE/IRM spacecraft. We perform a superposed epoch analysis of low frequency, magnetic powerExpand
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Current sheet structure near magnetic X-line observed by Cluster
[1] During the interval 0947–0951 UT on 1 October 2001, when Cluster was located at XGSM = −16.4 RE near ZGSM = 0 in the pre-midnight magnetotail, the Cluster barycenter crosses the neutral sheetExpand
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Fundamentals of collisionless shocks for astrophysical application, 1. Non-relativistic shocks
A comprehensive review is given of the theory and properties of nonrelativistic shocks in hot collisionless plasmas—in view of their possible application in astrophysics. UnderstandingExpand
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