A Self-Consistent Theory of the Tail of the Magnetosphere
The structure of the magnetosphere appears to be so complex that any attempt to theoretically describe the magnetosphere necessarily has to confine itself to specific aspects. In this paper we will be concerned with steady state configurations and to some extent with stability.
KeywordsPlasma Sheet Marginal Stability Wall Position Magnetic Field Profile Depression Region
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