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Jupiter's variable radiation belts
Jupiter's variable radiation belts
Cutaway drawing of two radiation belts around Earth: the inner belt (red) dominated by protons and the outer one (blue) by electrons. Image Credit: NA
Cutaway drawing of two radiation belts around Earth: the inner belt (red) dominated by protons and the outer one (blue) by electrons. Image Credit: NASA
Laboratory simulation of the Van Allen belt's influence on the Solar Wind; these aurora-like Birkeland currents were created by the scientist Kristian
Laboratory simulation of the Van Allen belt's influence on the Solar Wind; these aurora-like Birkeland currents were created by the scientist Kristian Birkeland in his terrella, a magnetized anode globe in an evacuated chamber
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Ulysses' observations of solar wind speed as a function of helio latitude during solar minimum. Slow wind (≈400 km/s) is confined to the equatorial re
Ulysses' observations of solar wind speed as a function of helio latitude during solar minimum. Slow wind (≈400 km/s) is confined to the equatorial regions, while fast wind (≈750 km/s) is seen over the poles. Red/blue colors show outward/inward polarities of the heliospheric magnetic field.
Laboratory simulation of the magnetosphere's influence on the solar wind; these auroral-like Birkeland currents were created in a terrella, a magnetis
Laboratory simulation of the magnetosphere's influence on the solar wind; these auroral-like Birkeland currents were created in a terrella, a magnetised anode globe in an evacuated chamber.
This is thought to show the solar wind from the star L.L. Orionis generating a bow shock (the bright arc)
This is thought to show the solar wind from the star L.L. Orionis generating a bow shock (the bright arc)
CME erupts from Earth's Sun
CME erupts from Earth's Sun