Reconnection in a rotation‐dominated magnetosphere and its relation to Saturn's auroral dynamics

@inproceedings{Cowley2005ReconnectionIA,
  title={Reconnection in a rotation‐dominated magnetosphere and its relation to Saturn's auroral dynamics},
  author={Stanley W. H. Cowley and Sarah V Badman and Emma J Bunce and J. Don Clarke and J. Y. G{\'e}rard and D C Grodent and C M Jackman and Stephanie E Milan and Timothy K Yeoman},
  year={2005}
}
[1] The first extended series of observations of Saturn’s auroral emissions, undertaken by the Hubble Space Telescope in January 2004 in conjunction with measurements of the upstream solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) by the Cassini spacecraft, have revealed a strong auroral response to the interplanetary medium. Following the arrival of the forward shock of a corotating interaction region compression, bright auroras were first observed to expand significantly poleward in the… CONTINUE READING

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