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An CME-ICME couple analysis View all abstracts by submitter

Cristiana Dumitrache   Submitted: 2010-12-10 05:06

We analyze the interplanetary mass ejection event registered by Ulysses on 5 May 2002. We compute the track back to the Sun of this event using a linear model. The solar source of this event is a coronal mass ejection occurred from a small polar filament. This filament was registered on 23 and 24 April2002. This CME-ICME has a slow down from 576 km s-1 to about 400 km s-1 in 3.36 astronomical unities (distance from Sun to Ulysses spacecraft). This event displays all ICME characteristics and a magnetic cloud with significant rotation of magnetic field.

Authors: C.Dumitrache, N.A.Popescu
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Publication Status: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting, Tokyo, Japonia, ASP Conference Series, submitted
Last Modified: 2010-12-10 10:15
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