Interdisciplinary summary of solar/interplanetary events during August 1972

@article{Hakura1976InterdisciplinarySO,
  title={Interdisciplinary summary of solar/interplanetary events during August 1972},
  author={Y. Hakura},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={1976},
  volume={19},
  pages={411-457}
}
  • Y. Hakura
  • Published 1976
  • Physics
  • Space Science Reviews
The solar/interplanetary events in early August 1972 are summarized in Section 1 (Introduction), Section 2 (August 1972 Events in the Solar Cycle 20), Section 3 (Evolution of Solar Active Region: McMath region No. 11976 and its flare-activity), Section 4 (Radio, X-ray, and Proton Characteristics of Four Major Solar Flares: F-1 at 0316 UT on 2 August, F-2 at 1958 UT on 2 August, F-3 at 0626 UT on 4 August, and F-4 at 1522 UT on 7 August), Section 5 (Interplanetary Shock Waves: observations of… Expand
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