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2014
Authors: McComas D. J., Alexander N., Angold N., Bale S., Beebe C., et al.
Title: Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS): Design of the Energetic Particle Investigation
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The Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS) is a complete science investigation on the Solar Probe Plus (SPP) mission, which flies to within nine solar radii of the Sun’s surface. ISIS comprises a two-instrument suite to measure energetic particles over a very broad energy range, as well as coordinated management, science operations, data processing, and scientific analysis. Together, ISIS observations allow us to explore the mechanisms of energetic particles dynamics, including their: (1) Origins—defining the seed populations and physical conditions necessary for energetic particle acceleration; (2) Acceleration—determining the roles of shocks, reconnection, waves, and turbulence in accelerating energetic particles; and (3) Transport—revealing how ener. . .
Date: 07/2014 Publisher: Space Science Reviews DOI: 10.1007/s11214-014-0059-1 Available at: http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s11214-014-0059-1
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Authors: McComas D. J., Alexander N., Angold N., Bale S., Beebe C., et al.
Title: Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS): Design of the Energetic Particle Investigation
Abstract:

The Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS) is a complete science investigation on the Solar Probe Plus (SPP) mission, which flies to within nine solar radii of the Sun’s surface. ISIS comprises a two-instrument suite to measure energetic particles over a very broad energy range, as well as coordinated management, science operations, data processing, and scientific analysis. Together, ISIS observations allow us to explore the mechanisms of energetic particles dynamics, including their: (1) Origins—defining the seed populations and physical conditions necessary for energetic particle acceleration; (2) Acceleration—determining the roles of shocks, reconnection, waves, and turbulence in accelerating energetic particles; and (3) Transport—revealing how ener. . .
Date: 07/2014 Publisher: Space Science Reviews DOI: 10.1007/s11214-014-0059-1 Available at: http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s11214-014-0059-1
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