Strong coronal channelling and interplanetary evolution of a solar storm up to Earth and Mars

@inproceedings{Mstl2015StrongCC,
  title={Strong coronal channelling and interplanetary evolution of a solar storm up to Earth and Mars},
  author={C M{\"o}stl and Tanja Rollett and Rudy A Frahm and Ying Liu and D M Long and Robin C. Colaninno and Martin Reiss and Manuela Temmer and C J Farrugia and Arik Posner and Mateja Dumbovi{\'c} and Miho Janvier and Pascal D́emoulin and Peter Boakes and Andy Devos and Emil Kraaikamp and M. Leila Mays and Bojan Vr{\vs}nak},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2015}
}
The severe geomagnetic effects of solar storms or coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are to a large degree determined by their propagation direction with respect to Earth. There is a lack of understanding of the processes that determine their non-radial propagation. Here we present a synthesis of data from seven different space missions of a fast CME, which… CONTINUE READING