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The plasma Environment of Mars
When the supersonic solar wind reaches the neighborhood of a planetary obstacle it decelerates. The nature of this interaction can be very different, depending upon whether this obstacle has aExpand
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The Low Energy Charged Particle (LECP) experiment on the Voyager spacecraft
The Low Energy Charged Particle (LECP) experiment on the Voyager spacecraft is designed to provide comprehensive measurements of energetic particles in the Jovian, Saturnian, Uranian andExpand
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The development of the substorm in auroral radio absorption
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We show that the onset of an auroral absorption substorm is usually preceded by weak activity, moving slowly equatorward. Expand
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Fast ionospheric response to enhanced activity in geospace: Ion feeding of the inner magnetotail
The role of the ionospheric particle source in the dynamic processes of the geospace was neglected, underestimated, or questioned for a long period. Recent studies have indicated a fast and effectiveExpand
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Detection of energetic hydrogen molecules in Jupiter's magnetosphere by Voyager 2: Evidence for an ionospheric plasma source
The discovery of energetic (approximately 1 MeV/nuc) H3 and H2 molecules in Jupiter's magnetosphere is reported. The data, obtained with the LECP instrument on Voyager 2, showed these molecules to beExpand
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Characteristics of hot plasma in the Jovian magnetosphere: Results from the Voyager spacecraft
The low-energy charged particle (LECP) experiment on the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft made measurements of the intensity, energy spectra, angular distributions, and composition of ions (30 keV ≲E ≲150Expand
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Tail of the magnetosphere
The Chapman and Ferraro [e.g., Beard, 1960] model of the magnetosphere is entirely dissipationless and, as a consequence, contains no tangential stress at the magnetosphere boundary. It has beenExpand
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Vertical movement of temperate‐zone sporadic E layers
The wind-shear theory of the formation of temperate-zone sporadic E layers is extended to take into account effects associated with a neutral wind profile having a descending phase velocity. It isExpand
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RAPID – The Imaging Energetic Particle Spectrometer on Cluster
The RAPID spectrometer (Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors) for the Cluster mission is an advanced particle detector for the analysis of suprathermal plasma distributions in the energyExpand
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