X-ray probes of magnetospheric interactions with Jupiters auroral zones, the Galilean satellites, and the Io plasma torus
Elsner, R. F.; Ramsey, B. D.; Waite, J. H.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
X-ray probes of Jupiter's auroral zones, Galilean moons, and the lo plasma torus [5906B-47]
Elsner, R. F.; Ramsey, B. D.; Swartz, D. A.
Theory of the Aurora Based on Magnetic Self-Focusing of Solar Ion Streams
Bennett, W. H.; Hulburt, E. O.
The Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Pc3 Geomagnetic Activity over Canada in 2000, as a Guide to Planning the Times of Aeromagnetic Surveys
Mann, Ian; Vallée, Marc; Newitt, Larry
Self-Generated Inhomogeneous Magnetic Fields in Auroral Zones with Kilometric Radiation
Li, X. Q.; Zhang, Z. D.
Zhang, Z.D.; Li, X.Q.
Planetary Distribution of Auroral Precipitation and Its Relation to the Zones of Auroral Luminosity
Starkov, G. V.; Rezhenov, B. V.; Vorobjev, V. G.
Observations of Magnetospheric Waves and their Relation to Precipitation
Nature of sudden auroral activations at the beginning of magnetic storms
Lazutin, L.; Kuznetsov, S.
Kuznetsov, S.; Lazutin, L.
Modeling of the Jovian Auroral Environment and Its Effects on Spacecraft Charging
Garrett, H.B.; Evans, R.W.; Whittlesey, A.C.
Magnetic field generation in the auroral zones with kilometer radiation
Okada, T.; Chou, S.
Magnetic activity inside the auroral zones and field-aligned currents
Le Mouel, J. L.; Mayaud, P. N.; Shebalin, P.
Investigation of intermittent magnetic flux in the auroral zones with kilometer radiation (AKR)
Liu, S. Q.; Li, X. Q.
Interplanetary Magnetic Field and the Auroral Zones
Dungey, J. W.
Instabilities and Formation of Coherent Structures
Features of morning-time auroras during SC
Belakhovsky, V.; Vorobjev, V.; Roldugin, V.
Yagodkina, O.; Roldugin, V.; Vorobjev, V.
Enhanced E-layer ionization in the auroral zones observed by radio occultation measurements onboard CHAMP and Formosat-3/COSMIC
Mayer, C.; Jakowski, N.
Energy introduced by precipitating particles into the diffuse and discrete zones of the auroral oval and into the polar cap: effects on IMF and substorm activity
Energy introduced by precipitating particles into the diffuse and discrete zones of the auroral oval and into the polar cap: effects of IMF substorm activity
Shishkina, E.; European Space Agency; Centre national d'etudes spatiales
Electron Acceleration in the Heliosphere
Treumann, Rudolf A.; Terasawa, Toshio
Electric circuits of the disturbed magnetosphere-ionosphere system and their generators
Mishin, V.; Bazarzhapov, A.; Förster, M.
Effect of Magnetic Activity on the Global Distribution of Auroral Precipitation Zones
Vorobjev, V. G.; Yagodkina, O. I.
Earth's Radiation Belts, Auroral Zones, and Polar Caps: Particle Models, Event Studies, and Effects on Materials
Carovillano, R. L.
DEMETER Observations of EM Emissions Related to Thunderstorms
Lebreton, J.; Rauch, J.; Treumann, R.
Cyclotron maser radiation from planetary magnetospheres (abstract)
Gurnett, Donald A.
Control of the spatial dynamics of the polar cap and auroral oval based on data from the Greenland network of magnetic stations
Barkhatov, N.; Revunov, S.; Levitin, A.
An Overview of the Fast Auroral SnapshoT (FAST) Satellite
Gruner, T.; Pfaff, R.; Everett, D.
A simple method for deriving the uniform field MT responses in auroral zones
Jones, A. G.; Spratt, J.
A Theory of Auroras and Magnetic Storms
Maris, H. B.; Hulburt, E. O.
"Wavy" energetic ion dispersion events and PC-5 type magnetic field pulsations in auroral zones
Lutsenko, V. N.; Gretchko, T. V.; Kobelev, A. V.
"Wavy" Energetic Ion Dispersion Events and PC-5 Type Magnetic Field Pulsations in Auroral Zones
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