Tests for coronal electron temperature signatures in suprathermal electron populations at 1 AU

@article{Macneil2017TestsFC,
  title={Tests for coronal electron temperature signatures in suprathermal electron populations at 1 AU},
  author={Allan R. Macneil and C J Owen and Robert T. Wicks},
  journal={Annales Geophysicae},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={1275-1291}
}
  • Allan R. Macneil, C J Owen, Robert T. Wicks
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Annales Geophysicae
  • The development of knowledge of how the coronal origin of the solar wind affects its in situ properties is one of the keys to understanding the relationship between the Sun and the heliosphere. In this paper, we analyse ACE/SWICS and WIND/3DP data spanning  > 12 years, and test properties of solar wind suprathermal electron distributions for the presence of signatures of the coronal temperature at their origin which may remain at 1 AU. In particular we re-examine a previous suggestion that… CONTINUE READING

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