A Study of Correlation between Solar Wind Data Observed at Two Points in Interplanetary Space During the Recent Solar Maximum View Full Text


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2005-04

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W. Miyake, Y. Saito, H. Hayakawa, A. Matsuoka

ABSTRACT

Identifying co-rotating structures in solar wind enables us to predict solar wind variation at the Earth and, hence, geomagnetic disturbances. However, co-rotating structures during solar maximum are sometimes difficult to see. We correlated solar wind data obtained by two spacecraft, Nozomi heading towards Mars and ACE at the L1 point, from late 1999 through early 2002. There were intervals when the solar wind showed specific co-rotating structures even in the midst of the solar maximum, whereas no correlation was found during the other intervals. The coefficient was generally higher between Nozomi and ACE than for the 27-day recurrence at ACE, while there was some correlation, especially when the difference in longitude between the two spacecraft was less than 120°. Although frequency of occurrence of CMEs is partly responsible for the correlation, the results can be interpreted in terms of rapid changes in co-rotating high-speed streams from near-equatorial coronal holes at the solar maximum. More... »

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355-370

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