By Charles F. Kennel
The magnetosphere is the quarter the place cosmic rays and the sunlight wind have interaction with the Earth's magnetic box, growing such phenomena because the northern lighting fixtures and different aurorae. The configuration and dynamics of the magnetosphere are of curiosity to planetary physicists, geophysicists, plasma astrophysicists, and to scientists making plans house missions. The movement of sunlight wind plasma within the magnetosphere and substorms have lengthy been used because the precept paradigms for learning this very important quarter. Charles F. Kennel, a number one scientist within the box, the following offers a synthesis of the convection and substorm literatures, and an research of convection and substorm interactions; he additionally means that the presently authorised regular reconnection version might be advantageously changed by means of a version of a number of tail reconnection occasions, during which many together interdependent reconnections ensue. Written in an obtainable, non-mathematical sort, this ebook introduces the reader to the fascinating discoveries during this fast-growing box.
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Convection and Substorms: Paradigms of Magnetospheric Phenomenology by Charles F. Kennel