A New View of the Origin of the Solar Wind

@inproceedings{Richard2000ANV,
  title={A New View of the Origin of the Solar Wind},
  author={Richard and C K Woo and Shadia and Rifai},
  year={2000}
}
This paper uses white-light measurements made by the SOHO LASCO coronagraph and HA0 Mauna Loa Mk I11 K-coronameter to illustrate the new view of solar wind structure deduced originally from radio occultation measurements. It is shown that the density profile closest to the Sun at l . 15 Ro, representing the imprint of the Sun, is carried essentially radially into interplanetary space by small-scale raylike structures that permeate the solar corona and which have only been observed by radio… CONTINUE READING

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