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Magnetic reconnection as a mechanism to produce multiple protonpopulations and beams locally in the solar wind

@inproceedings{Lavraud2021MagneticRA,
  title={Magnetic reconnection as a mechanism to produce multiple protonpopulations and beams locally in the solar wind},
  author={Beno{\^i}t Lavraud and Rungployphan Kieokaew and Na{\"i}s Fargette and Philippe Louarn and Andrey Fedorov and Nicolas Andr'e and G. Fruit and Vincent G'enot and Victor R'eville and Alexis P. Rouillard and Illya Plotnikov and Emmanuel Penou and Alain Barthe and L. Přech and Christopher J. Owen and Roberto Bruno and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Allegrini and Matthieu Berthomier and D. O. Kataria and Stefano Livi and Jim M. Raines and Raffaella D’Amicis and Jonathan P. Eastwood and Clara Froment and Ronan Laker and Milan Maksimovi{\'c} and F.Marcucci and S. Perri and Denise Perrone and Tai D. Phan and David Stansby and Julia E. Stawarz and Sergio Toledo Redondo and Andris Vaivads and D.Verscharen and Ioannis Zouganelis and Virginia Angelini and Vincent Evans and Timothy S. Horbury and Helen O’Brien},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Spacecraft observations early revealed frequent multiple proton populations in the solar wind. Decades of research on their origin have focused on processes such as magnetic reconnection in the low corona and wave-particle interactions in the corona and locally in the solar wind. Aims. This study aims to highlight that multiple proton populations and beams are also produced by magnetic reconnection occurring locally in the solar wind. Methods. We use high resolution Solar Orbiter… Expand

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