Behavior of MeV electrons at geosynchronous orbit during last two solar cycles: MEV ELECTRONS AT GEOSYNCHRONOUS ORBIT

@inproceedings{Li2011BehaviorOM,
  title={Behavior of MeV electrons at geosynchronous orbit during last two solar cycles: MEV ELECTRONS AT GEOSYNCHRONOUS ORBIT},
  author={Xingyuan Li and Michael A. Temerin and Daniel N. Baker and Geoffrey D Reeves},
  year={2011}
}
[1] A comparison of MeV electron measurements at geosynchronous orbit, GEO, with solar wind shows that the MeV electron prediction model developed for GEO using data from the declining phase of solar cycle 22 (1995–1996) works well for the declining phase of solar cycle 23 (2006–2008), indicating that the MeV electron flux has a predictable and systematic response to the solar wind. The same comparison for solar maximum (2000–2003) shows that the model works less well partly because it does not… CONTINUE READING

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