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Solar Particle Injection at Medium Energies (25<E<250 Mev)

  • J. Engelmann
Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 32)

Abstract

Flux structures above the polar caps have been extensively studied during the last few years. Most observations were made at low energies (protons of E< 10 MeV and electrons of E<1 MeV) and particular attention has been paid to the flux enhancements frequently observed close to the cutoff latitude, characteristic of the particles (e.g., Williams and Bostrom, 1967, 1969; Blake et al., 1968; McDiarmid and Burrows, 1969;Bostrom, 1970).

Keywords

Interplanetary Magnetic Field Interplanetary Space Solar Event Auroral Zone Magnetospheric Boundary 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Engelmann
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  1. 1.Service d’Electronique PhysiqueCENSaclayFrance

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