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Streaming Trapped Ion Interface in the Equatorial Inner Magnetosphere, J. Lin (Alabama Univ., Huntsville, AL.) et al NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, 1 Jan., 1994.

Streaming Trapped Ion Interface in the Equatorial Inner Magnetosphere, J. Lin (Alabama Univ., Huntsville, AL.) et al NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, 1 Jan., 1994.

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Streaming Trapped Ion Interface in the Equatorial Inner Magnetosphere, J. Lin (Alabama Univ., Huntsville, AL.) et al NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, 1 Jan., 1994. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The streaming-trapped ion interface in the equatorial inner magnetosphere. [J Lin; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;].

Current-Driven ion Cyclotron Instability(CDICI) [Ref. 24], the streaming trapped ion interface in the equatorial inner magnetosphere [Ref.

25], observations and simulations of centrifugally accelerated O + outflows [Ref. 26], azimuthal variation of the equatorial plasmapause [Ref.

27], and simulation problems for ion temperatures in low density. Equation 1 solves for the average distribution function, f s = f s (t, λ i, ϕ i, M, K), between the mirror points on a specified field magnetic latitude at the base of the magnetic field line is given by λ i and the local time at the base of the field line is given by ϕ i.

M is defined to be the relativistic magnetic moment, and K = J/√ 8m o M where J is the second adiabatic Cited by: This study has presented an analysis of ion cyclotron wave amplitude and occurrence in all available Cassini magnetometer data from the equatorial magnetosphere of Saturn. Expanding upon previous studies, we for the first time have analyzed all magnetometer data from the longest equatorial segment of Cassini's trajectory (13 October to 21 Cited by: 6.

A unique view of the trapped particles in the inner magnetosphere provided by energetic neutral atom (ENA) imaging is used to observe the dynamics of the spatial structure and the pitch angle.

[1] Data provided by the CIS (Cluster Ion Spectrometry) instruments on board the Cluster spacecraft are used to survey recent crossings of the inner magnetosphere and ring current. CIS is capable of obtaining full three‐dimensional ion distributions (about 0 to 40 keV/q) with one spacecraft spin time resolution and with mass‐per‐charge composition by: Electron fluxes in the inner magnetosphere is being devel-oped for the French-Brazilian Microsatellite (FBM) to be deployed in The satellite orbit with an inclination of – and a height of kmwill permit continuous mon-itoring of ion and electron fluxes essentially in the equatorial region of the innermost magnetosphere.

The spectrum analyzer AKR-X onboard the Interball-1 satellite at the beginning (August–October ) and at the end (August–October ) of satellite operation in perigees of its orbital motion recorded and analyzed electromagnetic emissions of the inner regions of the Earth’s plasmasphere in the frequency band – kHz at distances of – R : V.

Kuril’chik, M. Boudjada, H. Rucker, I. Kopaeva. into nearly identical equatorial and low-inclination (˘10) orbits with perigee altitudes of and km and apogee altitudes of and km (Mauk et al., ). Both satellites carry identical sets of instruments to mea-sure charged particle populations, fields, and waves in the inner magnetosphere.

In this paper, we employ observa. Start studying chapter18 atmosphere. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. in the magnetosphere is where the. aurora is located. book of genesis. infrared rays are a form of.

thermal radiation. The 29 SiO v = 2 J = 11–10 and SiO v = 4 J = 11–10 lines have compact structures with a diameter of. The Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission (MMS) is designed to carry out such measurements with four spacecraft in strategically configured formations in the key regions (Curtis, ).

The purpose of this chapter is to present a tutorial and recent advances on the Earth’s inner magnetosphere, which includes the plasmasphere, warm plasma, ring current, and radiation belts. Recent analysis and modeling efforts have revealed the detailed structure and dynamics of the inner by: The streaming-trapped ion interface in the equatorial inner magnetosphere Technical Report Lin, J ; Horwitz, J L ; Gallagher, D ; Spacecraft measurements of core ions on L= field-lines typically show trapped ion distributions near the magnetic equator, and frequently indicate field-aligned ion streams at higher latitudes.

The observation indicates that dawn-to-dusk electric field in the inner magnetosphere is enhanced under compressed conditions. Plain Language Summary Jupiter has the strongest “barrier” against the solar wind in the solar system--that is, a magnetosphere generated by its strong magnetic field and rapid planetary rotation by: These images were taken by a camera on board a space shuttle.

The camera was looking down at Earth from approximately km above its surface. Each image shows large farm fields. Click each image to examine a larger version. For a 53 - 85 keV ion channel they report a flux of ENA/() at Rj.

When we sum over all of the pixels in Figure 2 and convert to flux at Rj, we obtain ENA Imaging of Jupiter's Magnetosphere ENA/(), for 80 keV H+.Cited by: 6.

The appearance of a third radiation belt in the Earth’s Van Allen belts is difficult to explain using existing models for two belts. However, a model based on ultra-low-frequency waves agrees Cited by:   Therefore, an electric field develops in the region between the ionosphere and the inner magnetosphere.

By the generated electric field, the ionospheric ions begin to move upward. The ionospheric electrons and ions move to the inner magnetosphere together. The light ions such as H+, He+, and O+ can easily escape from the by: 7.

@article{osti_, title = {Energetic electron acceleration observed by MMS in the vicinity of an X-line crossing}, author = {Jaynes, A. and Turner, D. and Wilder, F. and Osmane, A. and Baker, D. and Blake, J.

and Fennell, J. and Cohen, I. and Mauk, B. and Reeves, G. and Ergun, R. and Giles, B. and Gershman. Abstract: Trapped ions are a promising tool for building a large-scale quantum computer. However, the number of required radiation fields for the realisation of quantum gates in any proposed ion-based architecture scales with the number of ions within the quantum computer, posing a major obstacle when imagining a device with millions of ions.

Sources and sinks of equatorially mirroring energetic charged particles in the earth’s inner magnetosphere equatorial region of the inner magnetosphere. The orbital dynamics of the satellite have allowed for toward the earth, electrons and protons can remain stably trapped, as the dayside extension is not.

Some of the most intense electron precipitation and largest ion outflows are found in regions of intense, Alfvenic waves.

Recent analysis of auroral turbulence [Chaston et al., Phys. Rev. Lett., ] suggests that large-scale global waves couple energy to smaller scale lengths on the order of the electron inertial, ion-acoustic or ion-gyroradius. magnetosphere and then radially outwards, providing an equatorial J B force and transporting angular momentum from the planet to the plasma (see Figure 1).

Due to the centrifugal confinement of the magnetospheric plasma to the equatorial plane, field-aligned potentials develop at high-latitudes to meet the magnetosphere’s demand for current.

Direct Plasma Measurements in the Io Toms and Inner Magnetosphere of Jupiter F10,N BAGENAL AND JAMES D. SULLIVAN Center for Space Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts A model of the Io plasma torus has been constructed using the in situ plasma measurements of Voy- ager 1.

A magnetic storm is the world-wide geomagnetic disturbance taking place in near-Earth space environment, lasting for a few days. Geomagnetic fields can be depressed by ~ 1% on the ground for large magnetic storms. The prime cause of the long-lasting, world-wide geomagnetic disturbance is the development of the ring current that surrounds the : Yusuke Ebihara.

The majority of adverse space weather arises from the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere, most notably when magnetic reconnection enables solar-wind energy to drive geomagnetic activity, but also via other processes that drive instabilities and waves in the plasma and the magnetic fields that fill the magnetosphere.

Energetic Electron Measurements from the Galileo Jupiter Probe J. Mihalov Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California of equatorial diffusion of Jupiter's trapped energetic elec-trons [de Pater and Goertz, ]. Just above the atmo- Probe have provided a good sample from Jupiter's inner magnetosphere.

The fluxes and spectra File Size: KB. Magnetosphere The magnetosphere is a region extending thousands of kilometers into space that includes the van Allen belts, where charged particles such as protons and electrons have been trapped into donut shaped zones around the earth.

One basic particle acceleration mechanism operating at shocks is known as diffusive shock acceleration or Fermi acceleration. 1 The workings of this mechanism are illustrated by the example of an elastic ball bouncing between two walls that are moving toward each other.

In each collision with a wall, the ball not only changes direction but also increases its speed by a small increment. Angelopoulos V., P. Cruce, A. Drozdov, E. Grimes, N. Hatzigeorgiu, D. King, D. Larson, J. Lewis, J. McTiernan, D. Roberts, C. Russell, T.

Hori, Y. Control of Trapped-Ion Quantum States with Optical Pulses C. Rangan,1,* A. Bloch, 2 C. Monroe,1 and P. Bucksbaum1 1FOCUS Center and Department of Physics, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MichiganUSA 2Department of Mathematics, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MichiganUSA (Received 1 August ; published 19 March ).

On the relation between electric fields in the inner magnetosphere, ring current, auroral conductance, and plasmapause motion, Inner Magnetosphere Interactions: New Perspectives from Imaging, AGU Geophysical MonographProceedings of the Yosemite Workshop, (Burch, Schulz, Spence, eds.), in press, Is the storm time response of the inner magnetospheric hot ions universally similar or driver dependent.

Michael W. Liemohn1 and Roxanne Katus1 Received 18 November ; revised 23 February ; accepted 24 February ; published 7 April [1] The Hot Electron and Ion Drift Integrator (HEIDI) model was used to simulate all of. How do currents close within the magnetosphere.

(1) – What is the mechanism that carries the radial current (labeled “Cross J” below) in the famous Vasyliunas figure redrawn below. • Some have answered “ion flows,” but that has been unsasfactory to me. • Briefly reviewed this subject in the past (Mauk and Bagenal, Dr.

Brian J. Anderson. Anderson, Haje Korth, David Schriver, Sean C. Solomon, (), Survey of coherent similar to 1 Hz waves in Mercury's inner magnetosphere from MESSENGER observations, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, Sean C.

Solomon, Richard D. Starr, Thomas H. Zurbuchen, (), Quasi-trapped ion and electron. In this paper we provide the first consideration of magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling at Jupiter-like exoplanets with internal plasma sources such as volcanic.

The ionosphere (/ aɪ ˈ ɒ n ə ˌ s f ɪər /) is the ionized part of Earth's upper atmosphere, from about 60 km (37 mi) to 1, km ( mi) altitude, a region that includes the thermosphere and parts of the mesosphere and ionosphere is ionized by solar radiation.

It plays an important role in atmospheric electricity and forms the inner edge of the magnetosphere. Respected for its accuracy, its smooth and logical flow of ideas, and its clear presentation, Field and Wave Electromagnetics has become an established textbook in the field of electromagnetics.

This book builds the electromagnetic model using an axiomatic approach in steps: first for static electric fields, then for static magnetic fields, and finally for time-varying fields leading to Price: $ Inner magnetosphere with high and low-altitude cusps marked. It is connected to the low altitude cusp.

The low-altitude cusp is the dayside region (above, right) in which the entry of magnetosheath plasma to low altitudes is most direct.

The exterior cusp is a very turbulent region with vortices in the plasma flow. The Heliospheric Physics Laboratory (HPL), located at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Suburban Maryland, USA, operates the Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) and its S3C Active Archive. HPL is a component of Goddard's Heliophysics Division of the Sciences and Exploration Directorate.

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