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2022

Using the Sun to Measure the Primary Beam Response of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

Amiri, Mandana; Bandura, Kevin; Boskovic, Anja; Cliche, Jean-Fran\ccois; Deng, Meiling; Dobbs, Matt; Fandino, Mateus; Foreman, Simon; Halpern, Mark; Hill, Alex; Hinshaw, Gary; Höfer, Carolin; Kania, Joseph; Landecker, T.~L.; MacEachern, Joshua; Masui, Kiyoshi; Mena-Parra, Juan; Newburgh, Laura; Ordog, Anna; Pinsonneault-Marotte, Tristan; Polzin, Ava; Reda, Alex; Shaw, Richard; Siegel, Seth; Singh, Saurabh; Vanderlinde, Keith; Wang, Haochen; Willis, James; Wulf, Dallas; Collaboration, CHIME;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b9f

Parker Data Used; Radio telescopes; Interferometers; Calibration; Quiet Sun; 1360; 805; 2179; 1322; Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

Using the Sun to Measure the Primary Beam Response of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

Amiri, Mandana; Bandura, Kevin; Boskovic, Anja; Cliche, Jean-Fran\ccois; Deng, Meiling; Dobbs, Matt; Fandino, Mateus; Foreman, Simon; Halpern, Mark; Hill, Alex; Hinshaw, Gary; Höfer, Carolin; Kania, Joseph; Landecker, T.~L.; MacEachern, Joshua; Masui, Kiyoshi; Mena-Parra, Juan; Newburgh, Laura; Ordog, Anna; Pinsonneault-Marotte, Tristan; Polzin, Ava; Reda, Alex; Shaw, Richard; Siegel, Seth; Singh, Saurabh; Vanderlinde, Keith; Wang, Haochen; Willis, James; Wulf, Dallas; Collaboration, CHIME;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b9f

Parker Data Used; Radio telescopes; Interferometers; Calibration; Quiet Sun; 1360; 805; 2179; 1322; Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

Using the Sun to Measure the Primary Beam Response of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

Amiri, Mandana; Bandura, Kevin; Boskovic, Anja; Cliche, Jean-Fran\ccois; Deng, Meiling; Dobbs, Matt; Fandino, Mateus; Foreman, Simon; Halpern, Mark; Hill, Alex; Hinshaw, Gary; Höfer, Carolin; Kania, Joseph; Landecker, T.~L.; MacEachern, Joshua; Masui, Kiyoshi; Mena-Parra, Juan; Newburgh, Laura; Ordog, Anna; Pinsonneault-Marotte, Tristan; Polzin, Ava; Reda, Alex; Shaw, Richard; Siegel, Seth; Singh, Saurabh; Vanderlinde, Keith; Wang, Haochen; Willis, James; Wulf, Dallas; Collaboration, CHIME;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b9f

Parker Data Used; Radio telescopes; Interferometers; Calibration; Quiet Sun; 1360; 805; 2179; 1322; Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

Using the Sun to Measure the Primary Beam Response of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

Amiri, Mandana; Bandura, Kevin; Boskovic, Anja; Cliche, Jean-Fran\ccois; Deng, Meiling; Dobbs, Matt; Fandino, Mateus; Foreman, Simon; Halpern, Mark; Hill, Alex; Hinshaw, Gary; Höfer, Carolin; Kania, Joseph; Landecker, T.~L.; MacEachern, Joshua; Masui, Kiyoshi; Mena-Parra, Juan; Newburgh, Laura; Ordog, Anna; Pinsonneault-Marotte, Tristan; Polzin, Ava; Reda, Alex; Shaw, Richard; Siegel, Seth; Singh, Saurabh; Vanderlinde, Keith; Wang, Haochen; Willis, James; Wulf, Dallas; Collaboration, CHIME;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b9f

Parker Data Used; Radio telescopes; Interferometers; Calibration; Quiet Sun; 1360; 805; 2179; 1322; Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

Using the Sun to Measure the Primary Beam Response of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment

Amiri, Mandana; Bandura, Kevin; Boskovic, Anja; Cliche, Jean-Fran\ccois; Deng, Meiling; Dobbs, Matt; Fandino, Mateus; Foreman, Simon; Halpern, Mark; Hill, Alex; Hinshaw, Gary; Höfer, Carolin; Kania, Joseph; Landecker, T.~L.; MacEachern, Joshua; Masui, Kiyoshi; Mena-Parra, Juan; Newburgh, Laura; Ordog, Anna; Pinsonneault-Marotte, Tristan; Polzin, Ava; Reda, Alex; Shaw, Richard; Siegel, Seth; Singh, Saurabh; Vanderlinde, Keith; Wang, Haochen; Willis, James; Wulf, Dallas; Collaboration, CHIME;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b9f

Parker Data Used; Radio telescopes; Interferometers; Calibration; Quiet Sun; 1360; 805; 2179; 1322; Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

Features of Magnetic Field Switchbacks in Relation to the Local-field Geometry of Large-amplitude Alfv\ enic Oscillations: Wind and PSP Observations

In this Letter, we report observations of magnetic switchback (SB) features near 1 au using data from the Wind spacecraft. These features appear to be strikingly similar to the ones observed by the Parker Solar Probe mission closer to the Sun: namely, one- sided spikes (or enhancements) in the solar-wind bulk speed V that correlate/anticorrelate with the spikes seen in the radial- field component B $_ R $. In the solar-wind streams that we analyzed, these specific SB features near 1 au are associated with large-amplitude Alf ...

Bourouaine, Sofiane; Perez, Jean; Raouafi, Nour; Chandran, Benjamin; Bale, Stuart; Velli, Marco;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac67d9

Parker Data Used; Heliosphere; Solar wind; 711; 1534; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Features of Magnetic Field Switchbacks in Relation to the Local-field Geometry of Large-amplitude Alfv\ enic Oscillations: Wind and PSP Observations

In this Letter, we report observations of magnetic switchback (SB) features near 1 au using data from the Wind spacecraft. These features appear to be strikingly similar to the ones observed by the Parker Solar Probe mission closer to the Sun: namely, one- sided spikes (or enhancements) in the solar-wind bulk speed V that correlate/anticorrelate with the spikes seen in the radial- field component B $_ R $. In the solar-wind streams that we analyzed, these specific SB features near 1 au are associated with large-amplitude Alf ...

Bourouaine, Sofiane; Perez, Jean; Raouafi, Nour; Chandran, Benjamin; Bale, Stuart; Velli, Marco;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac67d9

Parker Data Used; Heliosphere; Solar wind; 711; 1534; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

PSP/WISPR Observations of Dust Density Depletion near the Sun. II. New Insights from within the Depletion Zone

Visible light observations from the Wide-field Imager for Solar PRobe (WISPR) aboard the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) mission offer a unique opportunity to study the dust environment near the Sun. The existence of a dust-free zone (DFZ) around stars was postulated almost a century ago. Despite numerous attempts to detect it from as close as 0.3 au, observational evidence of a circumsolar DFZ has remained elusive. Analysis of WISPR images obtained from heliocentric distances between 13.3-53.7 R $_\ensuremath\odot$ over multiple P ...

Stenborg, Guillermo; Howard, Russell; Vourlidas, Angelos; Gallagher, Brendan;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b36

Parker Data Used; Circumstellar dust; Solar F corona; 236; 1991

PSP/WISPR Observations of Dust Density Depletion near the Sun. II. New Insights from within the Depletion Zone

Visible light observations from the Wide-field Imager for Solar PRobe (WISPR) aboard the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) mission offer a unique opportunity to study the dust environment near the Sun. The existence of a dust-free zone (DFZ) around stars was postulated almost a century ago. Despite numerous attempts to detect it from as close as 0.3 au, observational evidence of a circumsolar DFZ has remained elusive. Analysis of WISPR images obtained from heliocentric distances between 13.3-53.7 R $_\ensuremath\odot$ over multiple P ...

Stenborg, Guillermo; Howard, Russell; Vourlidas, Angelos; Gallagher, Brendan;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b36

Parker Data Used; Circumstellar dust; Solar F corona; 236; 1991

PSP/WISPR Observations of Dust Density Depletion near the Sun. II. New Insights from within the Depletion Zone

Visible light observations from the Wide-field Imager for Solar PRobe (WISPR) aboard the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) mission offer a unique opportunity to study the dust environment near the Sun. The existence of a dust-free zone (DFZ) around stars was postulated almost a century ago. Despite numerous attempts to detect it from as close as 0.3 au, observational evidence of a circumsolar DFZ has remained elusive. Analysis of WISPR images obtained from heliocentric distances between 13.3-53.7 R $_\ensuremath\odot$ over multiple P ...

Stenborg, Guillermo; Howard, Russell; Vourlidas, Angelos; Gallagher, Brendan;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6b36

Parker Data Used; Circumstellar dust; Solar F corona; 236; 1991

The Effect of the Fluctuating Interplanetary Magnetic Field on the Cosmic Ray Intensity Profile of the Ground-level Enhancement (GLE) Events

We numerically integrate the equations of motion of a large number of GeV protons, released impulsively near the Sun, in order to study their time-intensity behavior at the location of an observer at 1 au. This is relevant to the interpretation of Ground Level Enhancements (GLEs) detected by neutron monitors on Earth. Generally, the observed time-intensity profiles reveal a single sharp rise, followed by slow decay. However, in the 1989 October 22 GLE event, there was an initial sharp spike followed by a secondary smaller sp ...

Moradi, Ashraf; Giacalone, Joe;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac66e0

Parker Data Used; Solar energetic particles; interplanetary magnetic fields; interplanetary turbulence; solar flares; Solar coronal mass ejections; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 1491; 824; 830; 1496; 310; 1997

The Effect of the Fluctuating Interplanetary Magnetic Field on the Cosmic Ray Intensity Profile of the Ground-level Enhancement (GLE) Events

We numerically integrate the equations of motion of a large number of GeV protons, released impulsively near the Sun, in order to study their time-intensity behavior at the location of an observer at 1 au. This is relevant to the interpretation of Ground Level Enhancements (GLEs) detected by neutron monitors on Earth. Generally, the observed time-intensity profiles reveal a single sharp rise, followed by slow decay. However, in the 1989 October 22 GLE event, there was an initial sharp spike followed by a secondary smaller sp ...

Moradi, Ashraf; Giacalone, Joe;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac66e0

Parker Data Used; Solar energetic particles; interplanetary magnetic fields; interplanetary turbulence; solar flares; Solar coronal mass ejections; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 1491; 824; 830; 1496; 310; 1997

Radial Evolution of Thermal and Suprathermal Electron Populations in the Slow Solar Wind from 0.13 to 0.5 au: Parker Solar Probe Observations

We develop and apply a bespoke fitting routine to a large volume of solar wind electron distribution data measured by Parker Solar Probe over its first five orbits, covering radial distances from 0.13 to 0.5 au. We characterize the radial evolution of the electron core, halo, and strahl populations in the slow solar wind during these orbits. The fractional densities of these three electron populations provide evidence for the growth of the combined suprathermal halo and strahl populations from 0.13 to 0.17 au. Moreover, the ...

Abraham, Joel; Owen, Christopher; Verscharen, Daniel; Bakrania, Mayur; Stansby, David; Wicks, Robert; Nicolaou, Georgios; Whittlesey, Phyllis; Rueda, Jeffersson; Jeong, Seong-Yeop; Ber\vci\vc, Laura;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6605

Parker Data Used; The Sun; Heliosphere; Plasma physics; Solar wind; 1693; 711; 2089; 1534; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Radial Evolution of Thermal and Suprathermal Electron Populations in the Slow Solar Wind from 0.13 to 0.5 au: Parker Solar Probe Observations

We develop and apply a bespoke fitting routine to a large volume of solar wind electron distribution data measured by Parker Solar Probe over its first five orbits, covering radial distances from 0.13 to 0.5 au. We characterize the radial evolution of the electron core, halo, and strahl populations in the slow solar wind during these orbits. The fractional densities of these three electron populations provide evidence for the growth of the combined suprathermal halo and strahl populations from 0.13 to 0.17 au. Moreover, the ...

Abraham, Joel; Owen, Christopher; Verscharen, Daniel; Bakrania, Mayur; Stansby, David; Wicks, Robert; Nicolaou, Georgios; Whittlesey, Phyllis; Rueda, Jeffersson; Jeong, Seong-Yeop; Ber\vci\vc, Laura;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6605

Parker Data Used; The Sun; Heliosphere; Plasma physics; Solar wind; 1693; 711; 2089; 1534; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Radial Evolution of Thermal and Suprathermal Electron Populations in the Slow Solar Wind from 0.13 to 0.5 au: Parker Solar Probe Observations

We develop and apply a bespoke fitting routine to a large volume of solar wind electron distribution data measured by Parker Solar Probe over its first five orbits, covering radial distances from 0.13 to 0.5 au. We characterize the radial evolution of the electron core, halo, and strahl populations in the slow solar wind during these orbits. The fractional densities of these three electron populations provide evidence for the growth of the combined suprathermal halo and strahl populations from 0.13 to 0.17 au. Moreover, the ...

Abraham, Joel; Owen, Christopher; Verscharen, Daniel; Bakrania, Mayur; Stansby, David; Wicks, Robert; Nicolaou, Georgios; Whittlesey, Phyllis; Rueda, Jeffersson; Jeong, Seong-Yeop; Ber\vci\vc, Laura;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6605

Parker Data Used; The Sun; Heliosphere; Plasma physics; Solar wind; 1693; 711; 2089; 1534; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

The Dynamic Structure of Coronal Hole Boundaries

The boundaries of solar coronal holes are difficult to uniquely define observationally but are sites of interest in part because the slow solar wind appears to originate there. The aim of this article is to explore the dynamics of interchange magnetic reconnection at different types of coronal hole boundaries- namely streamers and pseudostreamers-and their implications for the coronal structure. We describe synthetic observables derived from three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the atmosphere of the Sun in wh ...

Aslanyan, V.; Pontin, D.~I.; Scott, R.~B.; Higginson, A.~K.; Wyper, P.~F.; Antiochos, S.~K.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac69ed

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar magnetic reconnection; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Slow solar wind; Magnetohydrodynamics; 1476; 1504; 1483; 1484; 1873; 1964

The Dynamic Structure of Coronal Hole Boundaries

The boundaries of solar coronal holes are difficult to uniquely define observationally but are sites of interest in part because the slow solar wind appears to originate there. The aim of this article is to explore the dynamics of interchange magnetic reconnection at different types of coronal hole boundaries- namely streamers and pseudostreamers-and their implications for the coronal structure. We describe synthetic observables derived from three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the atmosphere of the Sun in wh ...

Aslanyan, V.; Pontin, D.~I.; Scott, R.~B.; Higginson, A.~K.; Wyper, P.~F.; Antiochos, S.~K.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac69ed

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar magnetic reconnection; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Slow solar wind; Magnetohydrodynamics; 1476; 1504; 1483; 1484; 1873; 1964

The Dynamic Structure of Coronal Hole Boundaries

The boundaries of solar coronal holes are difficult to uniquely define observationally but are sites of interest in part because the slow solar wind appears to originate there. The aim of this article is to explore the dynamics of interchange magnetic reconnection at different types of coronal hole boundaries- namely streamers and pseudostreamers-and their implications for the coronal structure. We describe synthetic observables derived from three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the atmosphere of the Sun in wh ...

Aslanyan, V.; Pontin, D.~I.; Scott, R.~B.; Higginson, A.~K.; Wyper, P.~F.; Antiochos, S.~K.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac69ed

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar magnetic reconnection; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Slow solar wind; Magnetohydrodynamics; 1476; 1504; 1483; 1484; 1873; 1964

The Dynamic Structure of Coronal Hole Boundaries

The boundaries of solar coronal holes are difficult to uniquely define observationally but are sites of interest in part because the slow solar wind appears to originate there. The aim of this article is to explore the dynamics of interchange magnetic reconnection at different types of coronal hole boundaries- namely streamers and pseudostreamers-and their implications for the coronal structure. We describe synthetic observables derived from three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the atmosphere of the Sun in wh ...

Aslanyan, V.; Pontin, D.~I.; Scott, R.~B.; Higginson, A.~K.; Wyper, P.~F.; Antiochos, S.~K.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac69ed

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar magnetic reconnection; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Slow solar wind; Magnetohydrodynamics; 1476; 1504; 1483; 1484; 1873; 1964

Contrasting Scaling Properties of Near-Sun Sub-Alfv\ enic and Super-Alfv\ enic Regions

Scale-invariance has rapidly established itself as one of the most used concepts in space plasmas to uncover underlying physical mechanisms via the scaling-law behavior of the statistical properties of field fluctuations. In this work, we characterize the scaling properties of the magnetic field fluctuations in a sub-alfv\ enic region in contrast with those of the nearby super-alfv\ enic zone during the ninth Parker Solar Probe perihelion. With our observations, (i) evidence of an extended self-similarity (ESS) for both the ...

Alberti, Tommaso; Benella, Simone; Carbone, Vincenzo; Consolini, Giuseppe; Quattrociocchi, Virgilio; Stumpo, Mirko;

Published by: Universe      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3390/universe8070338

Parker Data Used

Contrasting Scaling Properties of Near-Sun Sub-Alfv\ enic and Super-Alfv\ enic Regions

Scale-invariance has rapidly established itself as one of the most used concepts in space plasmas to uncover underlying physical mechanisms via the scaling-law behavior of the statistical properties of field fluctuations. In this work, we characterize the scaling properties of the magnetic field fluctuations in a sub-alfv\ enic region in contrast with those of the nearby super-alfv\ enic zone during the ninth Parker Solar Probe perihelion. With our observations, (i) evidence of an extended self-similarity (ESS) for both the ...

Alberti, Tommaso; Benella, Simone; Carbone, Vincenzo; Consolini, Giuseppe; Quattrociocchi, Virgilio; Stumpo, Mirko;

Published by: Universe      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3390/universe8070338

Parker Data Used

Contrasting Scaling Properties of Near-Sun Sub-Alfv\ enic and Super-Alfv\ enic Regions

Scale-invariance has rapidly established itself as one of the most used concepts in space plasmas to uncover underlying physical mechanisms via the scaling-law behavior of the statistical properties of field fluctuations. In this work, we characterize the scaling properties of the magnetic field fluctuations in a sub-alfv\ enic region in contrast with those of the nearby super-alfv\ enic zone during the ninth Parker Solar Probe perihelion. With our observations, (i) evidence of an extended self-similarity (ESS) for both the ...

Alberti, Tommaso; Benella, Simone; Carbone, Vincenzo; Consolini, Giuseppe; Quattrociocchi, Virgilio; Stumpo, Mirko;

Published by: Universe      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3390/universe8070338

Parker Data Used

Contrasting Scaling Properties of Near-Sun Sub-Alfv\ enic and Super-Alfv\ enic Regions

Scale-invariance has rapidly established itself as one of the most used concepts in space plasmas to uncover underlying physical mechanisms via the scaling-law behavior of the statistical properties of field fluctuations. In this work, we characterize the scaling properties of the magnetic field fluctuations in a sub-alfv\ enic region in contrast with those of the nearby super-alfv\ enic zone during the ninth Parker Solar Probe perihelion. With our observations, (i) evidence of an extended self-similarity (ESS) for both the ...

Alberti, Tommaso; Benella, Simone; Carbone, Vincenzo; Consolini, Giuseppe; Quattrociocchi, Virgilio; Stumpo, Mirko;

Published by: Universe      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3390/universe8070338

Parker Data Used

Dissipation of hydromagnetic waves in viscous polytropic zone of solar wind including FLR corrections, Ohmic diffusion and Hall effect

In the polytropic zone of the solar wind, we have used the generalized polytrope pressure laws to investigate the dissipation of hydromagnetic waves and pressure anisotropy driven fluid instabilities in magnetized viscous plasmas including finite Larmor radius (FLR) corrections and non-ideal magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) effects. The modified dispersion properties have been analyzed in the MHD and Chew-Goldberger-Low (CGL) limits for typical conditions of solar wind and corona. The theoretical results are found to be in good agr ...

Prajapati, Ram; Desta, Ephrem; Fok, Mei-Ching; Eritro, Tigistu;

Published by: \mnras      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stac1743

plasmas; MHD; waves; instabilities; Solar wind; Solar corona; magnetic fields

Dissipation of hydromagnetic waves in viscous polytropic zone of solar wind including FLR corrections, Ohmic diffusion and Hall effect

In the polytropic zone of the solar wind, we have used the generalized polytrope pressure laws to investigate the dissipation of hydromagnetic waves and pressure anisotropy driven fluid instabilities in magnetized viscous plasmas including finite Larmor radius (FLR) corrections and non-ideal magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) effects. The modified dispersion properties have been analyzed in the MHD and Chew-Goldberger-Low (CGL) limits for typical conditions of solar wind and corona. The theoretical results are found to be in good agr ...

Prajapati, Ram; Desta, Ephrem; Fok, Mei-Ching; Eritro, Tigistu;

Published by: \mnras      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stac1743

plasmas; MHD; waves; instabilities; Solar wind; Solar corona; magnetic fields

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Constraining Global Coronal Models with Multiple Independent Observables

Global coronal models seek to produce an accurate physical representation of the Sun s atmosphere that can be used, for example, to drive space-weather models. Assessing their accuracy is a complex task, and there are multiple observational pathways to provide constraints and tune model parameters. Here, we combine several such independent constraints, defining a model- agnostic framework for standardized comparison. We require models to predict the distribution of coronal holes at the photosphere, and neutral line topology ...

Badman, Samuel; Brooks, David; Poirier, Nicolas; Warren, Harry; Petrie, Gordon; Rouillard, Alexis; Arge, Nick; Bale, Stuart; Agüero, Diego; Harra, Louise; Jones, Shaela; Kouloumvakos, Athanasios; Riley, Pete; Panasenco, Olga; Velli, Marco; Wallace, Samantha;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6610

Parker Data Used; Solar Physics; Solar corona; Solar coronal holes; Astronomical models; 1476; 1483; 1484; 86; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Space Physics

Isotropization and Evolution of Energy-containing Eddies in Solar Wind Turbulence: Parker Solar Probe, Helios 1, ACE, WIND, and Voyager 1

We examine the radial evolution of correlation lengths perpendicular ( $\lambda _C^\perp $ ) and parallel ( $\lambda _C^\parallel $ ) to the magnetic-field direction, computed from solar wind magnetic-field data measured by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) during its first eight orbits, Helios 1, Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), WIND, and Voyager 1 spacecraft. Correlation lengths are grouped by an interval s alignment angle; the angle between the magnetic-field and solar wind velocity vectors (\ensuremath\Theta$_BV$). Parallel a ...

Cuesta, Manuel; Chhiber, Rohit; Roy, Sohom; Goodwill, Joshua; Pecora, Francesco; Jarosik, Jake; Matthaeus, William; Parashar, Tulasi; Bandyopadhyay, Riddhi;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac73fd

Parker Data Used; Two-point correlation function; Heliosphere; Solar wind; interplanetary turbulence; 1951; 711; 1534; 830; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Isotropization and Evolution of Energy-containing Eddies in Solar Wind Turbulence: Parker Solar Probe, Helios 1, ACE, WIND, and Voyager 1

We examine the radial evolution of correlation lengths perpendicular ( $\lambda _C^\perp $ ) and parallel ( $\lambda _C^\parallel $ ) to the magnetic-field direction, computed from solar wind magnetic-field data measured by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) during its first eight orbits, Helios 1, Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), WIND, and Voyager 1 spacecraft. Correlation lengths are grouped by an interval s alignment angle; the angle between the magnetic-field and solar wind velocity vectors (\ensuremath\Theta$_BV$). Parallel a ...

Cuesta, Manuel; Chhiber, Rohit; Roy, Sohom; Goodwill, Joshua; Pecora, Francesco; Jarosik, Jake; Matthaeus, William; Parashar, Tulasi; Bandyopadhyay, Riddhi;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac73fd

Parker Data Used; Two-point correlation function; Heliosphere; Solar wind; interplanetary turbulence; 1951; 711; 1534; 830; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Isotropization and Evolution of Energy-containing Eddies in Solar Wind Turbulence: Parker Solar Probe, Helios 1, ACE, WIND, and Voyager 1

We examine the radial evolution of correlation lengths perpendicular ( $\lambda _C^\perp $ ) and parallel ( $\lambda _C^\parallel $ ) to the magnetic-field direction, computed from solar wind magnetic-field data measured by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) during its first eight orbits, Helios 1, Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), WIND, and Voyager 1 spacecraft. Correlation lengths are grouped by an interval s alignment angle; the angle between the magnetic-field and solar wind velocity vectors (\ensuremath\Theta$_BV$). Parallel a ...

Cuesta, Manuel; Chhiber, Rohit; Roy, Sohom; Goodwill, Joshua; Pecora, Francesco; Jarosik, Jake; Matthaeus, William; Parashar, Tulasi; Bandyopadhyay, Riddhi;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac73fd

Parker Data Used; Two-point correlation function; Heliosphere; Solar wind; interplanetary turbulence; 1951; 711; 1534; 830; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Isotropization and Evolution of Energy-containing Eddies in Solar Wind Turbulence: Parker Solar Probe, Helios 1, ACE, WIND, and Voyager 1

We examine the radial evolution of correlation lengths perpendicular ( $\lambda _C^\perp $ ) and parallel ( $\lambda _C^\parallel $ ) to the magnetic-field direction, computed from solar wind magnetic-field data measured by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) during its first eight orbits, Helios 1, Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), WIND, and Voyager 1 spacecraft. Correlation lengths are grouped by an interval s alignment angle; the angle between the magnetic-field and solar wind velocity vectors (\ensuremath\Theta$_BV$). Parallel a ...

Cuesta, Manuel; Chhiber, Rohit; Roy, Sohom; Goodwill, Joshua; Pecora, Francesco; Jarosik, Jake; Matthaeus, William; Parashar, Tulasi; Bandyopadhyay, Riddhi;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac73fd

Parker Data Used; Two-point correlation function; Heliosphere; Solar wind; interplanetary turbulence; 1951; 711; 1534; 830; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Isotropization and Evolution of Energy-containing Eddies in Solar Wind Turbulence: Parker Solar Probe, Helios 1, ACE, WIND, and Voyager 1

We examine the radial evolution of correlation lengths perpendicular ( $\lambda _C^\perp $ ) and parallel ( $\lambda _C^\parallel $ ) to the magnetic-field direction, computed from solar wind magnetic-field data measured by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) during its first eight orbits, Helios 1, Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), WIND, and Voyager 1 spacecraft. Correlation lengths are grouped by an interval s alignment angle; the angle between the magnetic-field and solar wind velocity vectors (\ensuremath\Theta$_BV$). Parallel a ...

Cuesta, Manuel; Chhiber, Rohit; Roy, Sohom; Goodwill, Joshua; Pecora, Francesco; Jarosik, Jake; Matthaeus, William; Parashar, Tulasi; Bandyopadhyay, Riddhi;

Published by: \apjl      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/2041-8213/ac73fd

Parker Data Used; Two-point correlation function; Heliosphere; Solar wind; interplanetary turbulence; 1951; 711; 1534; 830; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997

Influence of Large-scale Interplanetary Structures on the Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: The Multispacecraft Event on 2021 October 9

An intense solar energetic particle (SEP) event was observed on 2021 October 9 by multiple spacecraft distributed near the ecliptic plane at heliocentric radial distances R \ensuremath\lesssim 1 au and within a narrow range of heliolongitudes. A stream interaction region (SIR), sequentially observed by Parker Solar Probe (PSP) at R = 0.76 au and 48\textdegree east from Earth (\ensuremath\phi = E48\textdegree), STEREO-A (at R = 0.96 au, \ensuremath\phi = E39\textdegree), Solar Orbiter (SolO; at R = 0.68 au, \ensuremath\phi = ...

Lario, D.; Wijsen, N.; Kwon, R.~Y.; anchez-Cano, B.; Richardson, I.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Palmerio, E.; Stevens, M.~L.; Szabo, A.; Heyner, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; Carcaboso, F.; Aran, A.; Afanasiev, A.; Vainio, R.; Riihonen, E.; Poedts, S.; Brüden, M.; Xu, Z.~G.; Kollhoff, A.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: jul

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac6efd

Parker Data Used; Corotating streams; Solar energetic particles; Solar coronal mass ejection shocks; 314; 1491; 1997



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