|Induced magnetosphere and its outer boundary at Venus|
|Zhang, T. L.; Delva, M.; Baumjohann, W.; Volwerk, M.; Russell, C. T.; Wei, H. Y.; Wang, C.; Balikhin, M.; Barabash, S.; Auster, H. U.; Kudela, K.; 北京8701信箱
|Source Publication||Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets
|Abstract||The induced magnetosphere at Venus consists of regions near the planet and its wake for which the magnetic pressure dominates all other pressure contributions. Initial Venus Express measurements indicate a well-defined outer boundary, the magnetopause, of the induced magnetosphere. This magnetopause acts as an obstacle to deflect the solar wind. Across this boundary, the magnetic field exhibits abrupt directional changes and pronounced draping. In this paper, we examine the structure of the magnetopause using Venus Express magnetic measurements. We find that the magnetopause is a directional discontinuity resembling either a tangential or a rotational discontinuity depending on the interplanetary magnetic field orientation.|
Zhang, T. L.,Delva, M.,Baumjohann, W.,et al. Induced magnetosphere and its outer boundary at Venus[J]. Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets,2008,113:E00B20.
Zhang, T. L..,Delva, M..,Baumjohann, W..,Volwerk, M..,Russell, C. T..,...&北京8701信箱.(2008).Induced magnetosphere and its outer boundary at Venus.Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets,113,E00B20.
Zhang, T. L.,et al."Induced magnetosphere and its outer boundary at Venus".Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 113(2008):E00B20.
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