MULTI-POINT SHOCK AND FLUX ROPE ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE INTERPLANETARY CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS AROUND 2010 AUGUST 1 IN THE INNER HELIOSPHERE

@inproceedings{Mostl2012MULTIPOINTSA,
  title={MULTI-POINT SHOCK AND FLUX ROPE ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE INTERPLANETARY CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS AROUND 2010 AUGUST 1 IN THE INNER HELIOSPHERE},
  author={Christian Mostl and C J Farrugia and E. K. J. Kilpua and L K Jian and Yanna Liu and Jonathan Eastwood and Richard A. Harrison and David F. Webb and Manuela Temmer and Du{\vs}an Odstr{\vc}il and Julia A Davies and Tanja Rollett and Janet G. Luhmann and Nariaki V. Nitta and T. Mulligan and Elizabeth A. Jensen and Rachel Forsyth and B Lavraud and Curt A. de Koning and Astrid M Veronig and Antoinette B. Galvin and Tie Long Zhang and Brian J Anderson},
  year={2012}
}
  • Christian Mostl, C J Farrugia, +20 authors Brian J Anderson
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • We present multi-point in situ observations of a complex sequence of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) which may serve as a benchmark event for numerical and empirical space weather prediction models. On 2010 August 1, instruments on various space missions, Solar Dynamics Observatory/Solar and Heliospheric Observatory/Solar-TErrestrial-RElations-Observatory (SDO/SOHO/STEREO), monitored several CMEs originating within tens of degrees from the solar disk center. We compare their imprints on four… CONTINUE READING

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