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Title: Evolution of Coronal MHD Shocks into Interplanetary MHD Shocks
Authors: Wu, S. T.
Guo, W. P.
Dryer, M.
Tsuratani, B. T.
Vaisberg, O. L.
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: The Solar Environment [book] published at IKI, Moscow, Russia
Abstract: The energetic particle environment near the Sun, particularly during solar activity, is of major importance to the planning of a solar probe. It is not known if intensive fluxes are generated solely in the impulsive phase of flares or whether they are augmented by, or contained within, the coronal mass ejections and shock waves spatially preceding them. A solar wind model with various ejecta is studied.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32029
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