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Title: Identification of Trailing Edge Solar Wind Stream Interfaces: A Comparison of Ulysses Plasma and Composition Measurements
Authors: Burton, M.
Neugebauer, M.
Crooker, N.
Steiger, R. von
Smith, E.
Issue Date: Mar-1999
Citation: American Geophysical Union
USA
Abstract: In early 1992, at 13 degrees south latitude, in transit to the southern solar pole, Ulysses began to sample a recurrent high-speed solar wind stream which emanated from a coronal hole at the south pole of the Sun.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17014
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