A three-dimensional plasma and energetic particle investigation for the wind spacecraft

@article{Lin1995ATP,
title={A three-dimensional plasma and energetic particle investigation for the wind spacecraft},
author={R. Lin and K. Anderson and S. Ashford and C. Carlson and D. Curtis and R. Ergun and D. Larson and J. McFadden and M. Mccarthy and G. Parks and H. R{\`e}me and J. Bosqued and J. Coutelier and F. Cotin and C. D’uston and K. Wenzel and T. Sanderson and J. Henrion and J. Ronnet and G. Paschmann},
journal={Space Science Reviews},
year={1995},
volume={71},
pages={125-153}
}

This instrument is designed to make measurements of the full three-dimensional distribution of suprathermal electrons and ions from solar wind plasma to low energy cosmic rays, with high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, good energy and angular resolution, and high time resolution. The primary scientific goals are to explore the suprathermal particle population between the solar wind and low energy cosmic rays, to study particle accleration and transport and wave-particle interactions, and to… CONTINUE READING