The dusk flank of Jupiter's magnetosphere.

Abstract

Limited single-spacecraft observations of Jupiter's magnetopause have been used to infer that the boundary moves inward or outward in response to variations in the dynamic pressure of the solar wind. At Earth, multiple-spacecraft observations have been implemented to understand the physics of how this motion occurs, because they can provide a snapshot of a… (More)

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@article{Kurth2002TheDF, title={The dusk flank of Jupiter's magnetosphere.}, author={W S Kurth and D A Gurnett and G B Hospodarsky and William M. Farrell and A. Roux and Michele K. Dougherty and Steven Joy and Margaret Galland Kivelson and Richard. J. Walker and Frank J. Crary and Claudia J. Alexander}, journal={Nature}, year={2002}, volume={415 6875}, pages={991-4} }