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The interaction and evolution of interplanetary shocks from 1 to beyond 60 AU
Wang, C.; Richardson, J. D.
Department空间天气学国家重点实验室
Source PublicationSolar wind ten, proceedings
2003
Pages725-728
Language英语
ISBN0094-243X;0-7354-0148-9
AbstractDuring the current solar maximum (Cycle 23), several major CMEs associated with solar flares produced large transient flows and shocks which were observed by widely-separated spacecraft such as Wind at Earth and Voyager 2 beyond 60 AU. Using data from these spacecraft and numerical models, we study shock propagation and interaction in the outer heliosphere. We demonstrate that a strong shock in the distant heliosphere could be an outer heliospheric remnant of a strong shock in the inner heliosphere ("one to one" relationship), or it could be an outcome of the successive interaction and merging of a series of interplanetary shocks ("one to many" relationship).
Conference Name10th International Solar Wind Conference
Conference Date2003
Conference PlacePisa, Italy
Indexed ByEI ; CPCI
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/916
Collection空间科学部
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Wang, C.,Richardson, J. D.. The interaction and evolution of interplanetary shocks from 1 to beyond 60 AU[C]. MELVILLE:Amer Inst Physics,2003:725-728.
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