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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-V
  2. C. T. Russell
    Pages 1-3
  3. M. L. Kaiser, T. A. Kucera, J. M. Davila, O. C. St. Cyr, M. Guhathakurta, E. Christian
    Pages 5-16
  4. Andrew Driesman, Shane Hynes, George Cancro
    Pages 17-44
  5. D. A. Biesecker, D. F. Webb, O. C. St. Cyr
    Pages 45-65
  6. R. A. Howard, J. D. Moses, A. Vourlidas, J. S. Newmark, D. G. Socker, S. P. Plunkett et al.
    Pages 67-115
  7. J. G. Luhmann, D. W. Curtis, P. Schroeder, J. McCauley, R. P. Lin, D. E. Larson et al.
    Pages 117-184
  8. Robert Ullrich, Jeremy McCauley, Paul Turin, Ken McKee, Bill Donokowski
    Pages 185-201
  9. M. H. Acuña, D. Curtis, J. L. Scheifele, C. T. Russell, P. Schroeder, A. Szabo et al.
    Pages 203-226
  10. J. -A. Sauvaud, D. Larson, C. Aoustin, D. Curtis, J. -L. Médale, A. Fedorov et al.
    Pages 227-239
  11. R. P. Lin, D. W. Curtis, D. E. Larson, J. G. Luhmann, S. E. McBride, M. R. Maier et al.
    Pages 241-255
  12. G. M. Mason, A. Korth, P. H. Walpole, M. I. Desai, T. T. Von Rosenvinge, S. A. Shuman
    Pages 257-284
  13. R. A. Mewaldt, C. M. S. Cohen, W. R. Cook, A. C. Cummings, A. J. Davis, S. Geier et al.
    Pages 285-362
  14. R. Müller-Mellin, S. Böttcher, J. Falenski, E. Rode, L. Duvet, T. Sanderson et al.
    Pages 363-389
  15. T. T. von Rosenvinge, D. V. Reames, R. Baker, J. Hawk, J. T. Nolan, L. Ryan et al.
    Pages 391-435
  16. A. B. Galvin, L. M. Kistler, M. A. Popecki, C. J. Farrugia, K. D. C. Simunac, L. Ellis et al.
    Pages 437-486
  17. J. L. Bougeret, K. Goetz, M. L. Kaiser, S. D. Bale, P. J. Kellogg, M. Maksimovic et al.
    Pages 487-528
  18. S. D. Bale, R. Ullrich, K. Goetz, N. Alster, B. Cecconi, M. Dekkali et al.
    Pages 529-547
  19. B. Cecconi, X. Bonnin, S. Hoang, M. Maksimovic, S. D. Bale, J. -L. Bougeret et al.
    Pages 549-563
  20. Markus J. Aschwanden, L. F. Burlaga, M. L. Kaiser, C. K. Ng, D. V. Reames, M. J. Reiner et al.
    Pages 565-604
  21. J. Eichstedt, W. T. Thompson, O. C. St. Cyr
    Pages 605-626
  22. L. M. Peticolas, N. Craig, T. Kucera, D. J. Michels, J. Gerulskis, R. J. MacDowall et al.
    Pages 627-646

About this book

Introduction

The STEREO mission uses twin heliospheric orbiters to track solar disturbances from their  initiation to 1 AU. This book documents the mission, its objectives, the spacecraft that execute it  and the instruments that provide the measurements, both remote sensing and in situ. This  mission promises to unlock many of the mysteries of how the Sun produces what has become to  be known as space weather.

Keywords

Orbit Weather heliospheric physics observing the sun in 3D solar disturbances solar influence on climate solar physics solar space mission solar wind space weather the sun from space twin space mission wind

Editors and affiliations

  • C. T. Russell
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Geophysics & Planetary PhysicsUniversity of CaliforniaLos AngelesUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-09649-0
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media, BV 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-0-387-09648-3
  • Online ISBN 978-0-387-09649-0
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