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A quantitative model of the planetary Na + contribution to Mercury’s magnetosphere
Abstract. We examine the circulation of heavy ions of planetary origin within Mercury’s magnetosphere. Using single particle trajectory calculations, we focus on the dynamics of sodium ions, one ofExpand
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Advances in Plasmaspheric Wave Research with CLUSTER and IMAGE Observations
This paper highlights significant advances in plasmaspheric wave research with Cluster and Image observations. This leap forward was made possible thanks to the new observational capabilities ofExpand
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Excitation of electron cyclotron harmonic waves in the inner Saturn magnetosphere within local plasma injections
Strong electron cyclotron harmonic (ECH) waves have been observed by Cassini associated with local plasma injection regions in the Saturnian magnetosphere. Using measured electron distributions fromExpand
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The influence of the secondary electrons induced by energetic electrons impacting the Cassini Langmuir probe at Saturn
The Cassini Langmuir Probe (LP) onboard the Radio and Plasma Wave Science experiment has provided much information about the Saturnian cold plasma environment since the Saturn Orbit Insertion inExpand
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Medium‐latitude sources of plasmaspheric nonthermal continuum radiations observed close to harmonics of the electron gyrofrequency
[1] Nonthermal continuum (NTC) radiation is, with auroral kilometric radiation (AKR), one of the two electromagnetic emissions generated within the Earth’s magnetosphere and radiated into space. ItExpand
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The Planeterrella experiment: from individual initiative to networking
Space weather is a relatively new discipline, which is still largely unknown amongst the wider public despite its increasing importance in all of our daily lives. Outreach activities can promoteExpand
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Wave‐particle interactions in the equatorial source region of whistler‐mode emissions
Wave-particle interactions can play a key role in the process of transfer of energy between different electron populations in the outer Van Allen radiation belt. We present a case study ofExpand
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Auroral electron distributions within and close to the Saturn kilometric radiation source region
On 17 October 2008, Cassini observed for the first time the electron populations associated with the crossing of a Saturn kilometric radiation source region and its surroundings. These observationsExpand
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Electrostatic solitary waves in current layers: from Cluster observations during a super-substorm to beam experiments at the LAPD
Electrostatic Solitary Waves (ESWs) have been observed by several spacecraft in the current layers of Earth's magnetosphere since 1982. ESWs are manifested as isolated pulses (one wave period) in theExpand
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A comparative study of Kp, Ap, Km, Am, Dst and AE index
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