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Proceedings of the Plasma Space Science Symposium

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Welcoming Address
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    Chapter 2 Welcoming Address on Behalf of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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    Chapter 3 The Solar Magnetic Cycle
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    Chapter 4 Kinematics of Solar Flares
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    Chapter 5 Solar Flares and Concurrent Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere
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    Chapter 6 Observational Study of the Dynamics of the Solar Atmosphere
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    Chapter 7 Interplanetary Solar-Wind Measurements by Mariner II
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    Chapter 8 The Plasma in Interplanetary Space
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    Chapter 9 Coronal Expansion and Solar Corpuscular Radiation
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    Chapter 10 Solar Proton Experiments
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    Chapter 11 On the Penetration of Interplanetary Plasma into the Magnetosphere
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    Chapter 12 Null Points in Space Plasma
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    Chapter 13 The Artificial Radiation Belt Made on July 9, 1962
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    Chapter 14 Studies of Trapped Radiation by the Telstar I and Explorer XV Satellites
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    Chapter 15 Low Energy Trapped Protons and Electrons
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    Chapter 16 Preliminary Results of Magnetic Field Measurements in the Tail of the Geomagnetic Cavity
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    Chapter 17 Observations of the Geomagnetic Cavity Boundaries
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    Chapter 18 The Ring Current, Geomagnetic Storms and the Auora
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    Chapter 19 Ionospheric Research from Space Vehicles
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    Chapter 20 Observational Manifestations of the Interaction of the Lunar Surface with Interplanetary Space
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Title
Proceedings of the Plasma Space Science Symposium
Published by
ADS, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-94-011-7542-5
ISBNs
978-9-40-117544-9, 978-9-40-117542-5
Editors

Chang, C. C., Huang, S. S.

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