Ulysses' Second Orbit: Remarkably Different Solar Wind

@article{McComas2001UlyssesSO,
  title={Ulysses' Second Orbit: Remarkably Different Solar Wind},
  author={David J. McComas and Raymond Goldstein and J. T. Gosling and Ruth M. Skoug},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2001},
  volume={97},
  pages={99-103}
}
By the time of the 34th ESLAB symposium, dedicated to the memory of John Simpson, Ulysses had nearly reached its peak southerly latitude in its second polar orbit. The global solar wind structure observed thus far in Ulysses' second orbit is remarkably different from that observed over its first orbit. In particular, Ulysses observed highly irregular solar wind with less periodic stream interaction regions, much more frequent coronal mass ejections, and only a single, short interval of fast… CONTINUE READING

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