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2020

Time Domain Structures and Dust in the Solar Vicinity: Parker Solar Probe Observations

On 2019 April 5, while the Parker Solar Probe was at its 35 solar radius perihelion, the data set collected at 293 samples/s contained more than 10,000 examples of spiky electric-field-like structures with durations less than 200 milliseconds and amplitudes greater than 10 mV m-1. The vast majority of these events were caused by plasma turbulence. Defining dust events as those with similar, narrowly peaked, positive, and single-ended signatures resulted in finding 135 clear dust events, which, after correcting ...

Mozer, F.; Agapitov, O.; Bale, S.; Bonnell, J.; Goetz, K.; Goodrich, K.; Gore, R.; Harvey, P.; Kellogg, P.; Malaspina, D.; Pulupa, M.; Schumm, G.;

Published by: The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series      Published on: 02/2020

YEAR: 2020     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4365/ab5e4b

Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Parker Data Used; parker solar probe; Physics - Space Physics; Solar Probe Plus

2019

Highly structured slow solar wind emerging from an equatorial coronal hole

During the solar minimum, when the Sun is at its least active, the solar wind is observed at high latitudes as a predominantly fast (more than 500 kilometres per second), highly Alfv\ enic rarefied stream of plasma originating from deep within coronal holes. Closer to the ecliptic plane, the solar wind is interspersed with a more variable slow wind of less than 500 kilometres per second. The precise origins of the slow wind streams are less certain; theories and observations suggest that they may originate at the tips of ...

Bale, S.; Badman, S.; Bonnell, J.; Bowen, T.; Burgess, D.; Case, A.; Cattell, C.; Chandran, B.; Chaston, C.; Chen, C.; Drake, J.; de Wit, Dudok; Eastwood, J.; Ergun, R.; Farrell, W.; Fong, C.; Goetz, K.; Goldstein, M.; Goodrich, K.; Harvey, P.; Horbury, T.; Howes, G.; Kasper, J.; Kellogg, P.; Klimchuk, J.; Korreck, K.; Krasnoselskikh, V.; Krucker, S.; Laker, R.; Larson, D.; MacDowall, R.; Maksimovic, M.; Malaspina, D.; Martinez-Oliveros, J.; McComas, D.; Meyer-Vernet, N.; Moncuquet, M.; Mozer, F.; Phan, T.; Pulupa, M.; Raouafi, N.; Salem, C.; Stansby, D.; Stevens, M.; Szabo, A.; Velli, M.; Woolley, T.; Wygant, J.;

Published by: Nature      Published on: 12/2019

YEAR: 2019     DOI: 10.1038/s41586-019-1818-7

Parker Data Used; parker solar probe; Solar Probe Plus

2016

The FIELDS Instrument Suite for Solar Probe Plus

NASA\textquoterights Solar Probe Plus (SPP) mission will make the first in situ measurements of the solar corona and the birthplace of the solar wind. The FIELDS instrument suite on SPP will make direct measurements of electric and magnetic fields, the properties of in situ plasma waves, electron density and temperature profiles, and interplanetary radio emissions, amongst other things. Here, we describe the scientific objectives targeted by the SPP/FIELDS instrument, the instrument design itself, and the instrument conce ...

Bale, S.; Goetz, K.; Harvey, P.; Turin, P.; Bonnell, J.; de Wit, T.; Ergun, R.; MacDowall, R.; Pulupa, M.; Andre, M.; Bolton, M.; Bougeret, J.-L.; Bowen, T.; Burgess, D.; Cattell, C.; Chandran, B.; Chaston, C.; Chen, C.; Choi, M.; Connerney, J.; Cranmer, S.; Diaz-Aguado, M.; Donakowski, W.; Drake, J.; Farrell, W.; Fergeau, P.; Fermin, J.; Fischer, J.; Fox, N.; Glaser, D.; Goldstein, M.; Gordon, D.; Hanson, E.; Harris, S.; Hayes, L.; Hinze, J.; Hollweg, J.; Horbury, T.; Howard, R.; Hoxie, V.; Jannet, G.; Karlsson, M.; Kasper, J.; Kellogg, P.; Kien, M.; Klimchuk, J.; Krasnoselskikh, V.; Krucker, S.; Lynch, J.; Maksimovic, M.; Malaspina, D.; Marker, S.; Martin, P.; Martinez-Oliveros, J.; McCauley, J.; McComas, D.; McDonald, T.; Meyer-Vernet, N.; Moncuquet, M.; Monson, S.; Mozer, F.; Murphy, S.; Odom, J.; Oliverson, R.; Olson, J.; Parker, E.; Pankow, D.; Phan, T.; Quataert, E.; Quinn, T.; Ruplin, S.; Salem, C.; Seitz, D.; Sheppard, D.; Siy, A.; Stevens, K.; Summers, D.; Szabo, A.; Timofeeva, M.; Vaivads, A.; Velli, M.; Yehle, A.; Werthimer, D.; Wygant, J.;

Published by: Space Science Reviews      Published on: 12/2016

YEAR: 2016     DOI: 10.1007/s11214-016-0244-5

Coronal heating; Parker Data Used; parker solar probe; Solar Probe Plus

2010

Spacecraft charging and ion wake formation in the near-Sun environment

A three-dimensional, self-consistent code is employed to solve for the static potential structure surrounding a spacecraft in a high photoelectron environment. The numerical solutions show that, under certain conditions, a spacecraft can take on a negative potential in spite of strong photoelectron currents. The negative potential is due to an electrostatic barrier near the surface of the spacecraft that can reflect a large fraction of the photoelectron flux back to the spacecraft. This electrostatic barrier forms if (1) ...

Ergun, R.; Malaspina, D.; Bale, S.; McFadden, J.; Larson, D.; Mozer, F.; Meyer-Vernet, N.; Maksimovic, M.; Kellogg, P.; Wygant, J.;

Published by: Physics of Plasmas      Published on: 07/2010

YEAR: 2010     DOI: 10.1063/1.3457484

52.25.-b; 52.30.-q; 94.05.Jq; parker solar probe; plasma density; plasma flow; Solar Probe Plus; space vehicles; spacecraft charging; Spacecraft sheaths wakes and charging; static electrification



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