PSP Bibliography


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Dynamics of nanodust in the vicinity of a stellar corona: Effect of plasma corotation

Context. In the vicinity of the Sun or other stars, the motion of the coronal and stellar wind plasma must include some amount of corotation, which could affect the dynamics of charged dust particles. In the case of the Sun, this region is now investigated in situ by the Parker Solar Probe. Charged dust particles coming from the vicinity of the Sun can also reach, and possibly be detected by, the Solar Orbiter. \ Aims: We use numerical simulations and theoretical models to study the effect of plasma corotation on the motion ...

Czechowski, A.; Mann, I.;

Published by: \aap      Published on: aug

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202141048

Sun: heliosphere; Solar wind; acceleration of particles; Parker Data Used; Interplanetary medium; circumstellar matter


Dust observations from Parker Solar Probe: Dust ejection from the inner Solar System

Context. The FIELDS instrument onboard Parker Solar Probe (PSP) observes dust impacts on the spacecraft. The derived dust flux rates suggest that the particles originate from the vicinities of the Sun and are ejected by radiation pressure. Radiation pressure typically ejects particles of several 100 nm and smaller, which are also affected by the electromagnetic force. \ Aims: We aim to understand the influence of the electromagnetic force on the dust trajectories and to predict the dust fluxes along the orbit of PSP, within ...

Mann, I.; Czechowski, A.;

Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2020     DOI: "10.1051/0004-6361/202039362"

Parker Data Used; parker solar probe; Solar Probe Plus