WAVES: The radio and plasma wave investigation on the wind spacecraft

@article{Bougeret1995WAVESTR,
  title={WAVES: The radio and plasma wave investigation on the wind spacecraft},
  author={J. L. Bougeret and Michael L. Kaiser and Paul J. Kellogg and Robert Manning and Keith Goetz and Steven J. Monson and N. Monge and Lisa Friel and C. A. Meetre and Caroline Perche and Lucien Sitruk and Sang Hoang},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={1995},
  volume={71},
  pages={231-263}
}
The WAVES investigation on the WIND spacecraft will provide comprehensive measurements of the radio and plasma wave phenomena which occur in Geospace. Analyses of these measurements, in coordination with the other onboard plasma, energetic particles, and field measurements will help us understand the kinetic processes that are important in the solar wind and in key boundary regions of the Geospace. These processes are then to be interpreted in conjunction with results from the other ISTP… 
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