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Geosynchronous Magnetic Field Response to Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure
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 Title & Authors
Geosynchronous Magnetic Field Response to Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure
Park, Jong-Sun; Kim, Khan-Hyuk; Lee, Dong-Hun; Lee, En-Sang; Jin, Ho;
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 Abstract
The present study examines the morning-afternoon asymmetry of the geosynchronous magnetic field strength on the dayside (magnetic local time [MLT]
 Keywords
geosynchronous magnetic field;solar wind dynamic pressure;partial ring current;
 Language
English
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