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The Parker Solar Probe (PSP) and Solar Orbiter missions are designed to make groundbreaking observations of the Sun and interplanetary space within this decade. We show that a particularly interesting in situ observation of an interplanetary coronal mass ejection (ICME) by PSP may arise during close solar flybys (<0.1 au). During these times, the same magnetic flux rope inside an ICME could be observed in situ by PSP twice, by impacting its frontal part as well as its leg. Investigating the odds of this situation, we forecas ...
Published by: The Astrophysical Journal Published on: 11/2020
YEAR: 2020   DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/abb9a1
ICMEs (interplanetary coronal mass ejections), the heliospheric counterparts of what is observed with coronagraphs at the Sun as CMEs, have been the subject of intense interest since their close association with geomagnetic storms was established in the 1980s. These major interplanetary plasma and magnetic field transients, often preceded and accompanied by solar energetic particles (SEPs), interact with planetary magnetospheres, ionospheres, and upper atmospheres in now fairly well-understood ways, although their details ...
Published by: Solar Physics Published on: 04/2020
YEAR: 2020   DOI: 10.1007/s11207-020-01624-0
Published by: Living Reviews in Solar Physics Published on: 09/2016
YEAR: 2016   DOI: 10.1007/s41116-016-0002-5
A method to estimate both solar energetic particle mission-integrated fluences and solar energetic particle peak intensities for missions traveling through the innermost part of the heliosphere (r \< 1 AU) is presented. By using (1) an extensive data set of particle intensities measured at 1 AU over the last three solar cycles, (2) successive launch dates for the mission traveling close to the Sun over the time interval spanned by our data set, and (3) appropriate radial dependences to extrapolate fluences and peak int ...
Published by: Space Weather Published on: 11/2011
YEAR: 2011   DOI: 10.1029/2011SW000708
Interplanetary Physics: Energetic particles (7514); Interplanetary Physics: Instruments and techniques; Interplanetary Physics: Solar cycle variations (7536); Parker Data Used; parker solar probe; Solar Probe Plus; space weather