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Do 5-minute oscillations of the Sun affect the magnetosphere and lithosphere of the Earth?

  title={Do 5-minute oscillations of the Sun affect the magnetosphere and lithosphere of the Earth?},
  author={Anatol V. Guglielmi and Alexander S. Potapov},
  journal={arXiv: Geophysics},
In this paper, we analyzed a number of problems that are relevant for the physics of solar-terrestrial relationships and the dynamics of geospheres. It is shown that permanent 5-minute oscillations of the photosphere, well known in helioseismology, probably influence regime of the ultra low frequency (ULF) geoelectromagnetic waves. We detected maxima at a period close to 5 min in the spectra of the ULF waves of SE, BMP and Pc5 types. As for the question of the influence of 5-minute oscillations… Expand
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