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- 3Angelopoulos, Vassilis
- 3Glassmeier, Karl-Heinz
- 3Kabin, Konstantin
- 2Bonnell, John
- 2Li, X.
- 2Liu, Wenlong
- 1Alfven Waves
- 1Interplanetary Tangential Discontinuities
The THEMIS five-probe constellation was launched in 17 February 2007 to study substorms; however its instrumentation and the alignment at distances <1RE among some of the THEMIS probes, particularly in the first period of its mission, provides unique opportunities to study ULF pulsations in the...
Deformation and evolution of solar wind discontinuities through their interactions with the Earth's bow shockDownload
Kabin, Konstantin, Keika, Kunihiro, Rankin, Robert, Carr, C. M., Carlson, C. W., Glassmeier, Karl-Heinz, Magnes, Werner, Lucek, Elizabeth, McFadden, J. P., Dandouras, Iannis, Auster, H. U., Sibeck, D. G., Fornacon, K.-H., Angelopoulos, Vassilis, Baumjohann, W., Nakamura, Rumi
The present study examines the interaction of solar wind discontinuities with the Earth's bow shock, using multipoint observations in the magnetosheath by Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions During Substorms (THEMIS), Cluster, and Double Star TC1. We focus on the deformation and...
We present a case study of Field Line Resonances (FLRs) in the dayside magnetosphere, observed in both electric and magnetic field components at multiple L-shells near the equator. The event measured by the five THEMIS probes and the nearby GOES and Geotail satellites provides a unique...