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by H. Kunrow,A. Balogh,J.T. Gosling,J.R. Jokipii,R. Kallenbach,H. Kunow

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H. Kunrow,A. Balogh,J.T. Gosling,J.R. Jokipii,R. Kallenbach,H. Kunow
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A Corotating Interaction Region (CIR) is the result of the interaction of fast solar wind with slower solar wind ahead. CIRs have a very large three-dimensional ex­ tent and are the dominant large-sca. Conference proceedings.

Part of the Space Sciences Series of ISSI book series (SSSI, volume 7. Rev, this volume, 269–305. In: Balogh . Gosling . Kallenbach . Kunow H. (eds) Corotating Interaction Regions.

Part of the Space Sciences Series of ISSI book series (SSSI, volume 7). Abstract. Intriligator, D. and Siscoe, G. 1995, ‘Cross-field Diffusion in Corotating Interaction Regions’, J. Geophys. Res. 100, 21,605–21,612. Parker, E. 1963, Interplanetary Dynamical Processes,Chapt. 9, Interscience Publishers. Space Sciences Series of ISSI, vol 7. Springer, Dordrecht.

Formation and Evolution of Corotating Interaction Regions and their Three Dimensional Structure.

Jokipii, R. Kallenbach, H. Kunow Pages 1-3. OriginalPaper. Formation and Evolution of Corotating Interaction Regions and their Three Dimensional Structure. Voyager 2 Observations of Corotating Interaction Regions (CIRs) in the Outer Heliosphere. McDonald Pages 53-59. Development and Effects of Turbulence in Connection with CIRs. CIR Associated Energetic Particles in the Inner and Middle Heliosphere. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this paper as: Balogh . (1999) Introduction.

Gosling, J. R Jokipii. A Corotating Interaction Region (CIR) is the result of the interaction of fast solar wind with slower solar wind ahead. CIRs have a very large three-dimensional ex tent and are the dominant large-scale structure in the heliosphere on the declining and minimum phase of the solar activity cycle. Until recently, however, CIRs could only be observed close to the ecliptic plane, and their three-dimensional structure was therefore not obvious to observers and theoreticians alike.

This volume gives a comprehensive and integrated overview of current . Corotating Interaction Regions. A. Balogh, .

This volume gives a comprehensive and integrated overview of current knowledge and understanding of corotating interaction regions (CIRs) in the solar wind. It is the result of a workshop at ISSI, where space scientists involved in the Ulysses, Pioneer, Voyager, IMP-8, Wind, and SOHO missions exchanged their data and interpretations with theorists in the fields of solar and heliospheric physics. Gosling, Jack Jokipii, R. Kunow.

Corotating Interaction Regions book. A Corotating Interaction Region (CIR) is the result of the. CIRs have a very large three-dimensional ex- tent and are the dominant large-scale structure in the heliosphere on the declining and minimum phase of the solar activity cycle.

Gosling, . TAGS The Land, Meridian, Interstellar medium, Heliosphere, Issi, International Space Science Institute, R. Lallement.

See the collection of papers in: A. Jokipii, R. Kallenbach & H. Kunow (Ed., Co-rotating Interaction Regions, SSSI Vol. 7, Kluwer Academic Publ. Dordrecht, 1999, and Space Sci. Rev. Hededal, T. Haugbolle, . Frederiksen & Å. Nordlund, Astrophys. Jaroschek, H. Lesch & . Plasmas, 11, 1151, 2004; ditto.

She has worked closely over decades with several other prominent space physicists, including John T. Gosling, Marcia Neugebauer, Mike Lockwood . Space Sciences Series of ISSI. ISBN 978-90-481-5367-1. Gosling, Marcia Neugebauer, Mike Lockwood, Chris Russell and Thomas Zurbuchen. Scientific Citizenship.

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A Corotating Interaction Region (CIR) is the result of the interaction of fast solar wind with slower solar wind ahead. CIRs have a very large three-dimensional ex­ tent and are the dominant large-scale structure in the heliosphere on the declining and minimum phase of the solar activity cycle. Until recently, however, CIRs could only be observed close to the ecliptic plane, and their three-dimensional structure was therefore not obvious to observers and theoreticians alike. Ulysses was the first spacecraft allowing direct exploration of the third dimen­ sion of the heliosphere. Since 1992, when it has entered a polar orbit that takes it 0 up to 80 latitude, the spacecraft's performance has been flawless and the mission has provided excellent data from a superbly matched set of instruments. Perhaps the most exciting observation during Ulysses' first passage towards the south pole of the Sun was a strong and long lasting CIR whose energetic particle effects were observed up to unexpectedly high latitudes. These observations, documented in a number of publications, stimulated considerable new theoretical work.