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Title: Magnetic effects change our view of the Heliosheath
Authors: Opher, M.
Liewer, P. C.
Velli, M.
Gombosi, T. I.
Manchester, W.
DeZeeuw, D. L.
Toth, G.
Sokolov, I.
Keywords: solar rotations
turbulent flows
termination Shock
Issue Date: 15-Sep-2004
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Citation: AIP Conference Proceedings vol.719, no.1, 105-110
Abstract: In this paper we review these recent results, and present an additional simulation with constant neutral atom background. In this case the jet is still present but with reduced intensity. Further study, e.g., including neutrals and the tilt of the solar rotation from the magnetic axis, is required before we can definitively address how the heliosheath behaves. Already we can say that this region presents remarkable dynamics, with turbulent flows, indicating that the heliosheath might be very different from what we previously thought.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/39209
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