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Title: Magnetic Observations During the Recent Declining phase of Solar Activity
Authors: Smith, E. J.
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Advances in Space Research
Abstract: Changes in the heliospheric magnetic field during the recent declining phase in solar activity are reviewed and compared with observations during past sunspot cycles. The study is based principally on data obtained by IMP-8 and Ulysses. The field magnitude is found to have increased during the declining phase until it reached a maximum value of 11.5 nT in รท 19915, approximately two years after sunspot maximum.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/29434
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