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Title: Origin of the Ubiquitous Fast Solar Wind
Authors: Habbal, S. R.
Woo, R.
Fineschi, S.
O'Neal, R.
Kohl, J.
Noci, G.
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: none given
Abstract: The solar wind is a direct manifestation of the coronal heating processes which continue to elude us. For over three decades, observations in interplanetary space have identified two types of wind: a slow component with highly variable physical properties also characterized by speeds typically beow 500 kn/s, and a much less variable fast wind flowing on average at 750 km/s1.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22269
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