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Statistics of Fine Dispersion Structures Events in Energetic Particle Spectra: Their Origin and Role in the Outer Magnetosphere : Volume 26, Issue 8 (31/07/2008)

By Lutsenko, V. N.

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Title: Statistics of Fine Dispersion Structures Events in Energetic Particle Spectra: Their Origin and Role in the Outer Magnetosphere : Volume 26, Issue 8 (31/07/2008)  
Author: Lutsenko, V. N.
Volume: Vol. 26, Issue 8
Language: English
Subject: Science, Annales, Geophysicae
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Copernicus GmbH
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2008
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Lutsenko, V. N., Gavrilova, E. A., & Grechko, T. V. (2008). Statistics of Fine Dispersion Structures Events in Energetic Particle Spectra: Their Origin and Role in the Outer Magnetosphere : Volume 26, Issue 8 (31/07/2008). Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: Space Research Institute RAS, Profsoyuznaya 84/32, Moscow, Russia. Fine Dispersion Structures (FDS) in energetic particle spectra in outer magnetosphere were discovered in DOK-2 experiments onboard of Interball-1 and -2 spacecrafts (1995–2000). First results of these studies were published in 2000–2005. It was shown that FDS can be a result of a gradient-curvature drift of ions and electrons around the Earth after their pulse injection from the geotail plasma sheet to some point in the night side of the outer magnetosphere. Since that time hundreds of such events have been examined additionally. They proved to be a rather common phenomenon in the outer Earth's magnetosphere. We present here statistics of FDS observations and properties which confirms our interpretation and clarifies the role of magnetotail plasma sheet and FDS particles in dynamics and replenishment of the outer radiation belt population.

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Statistics of fine dispersion structures events in energetic particle spectra: their origin and role in the outer magnetosphere

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Kudela, K., Lutsenko, V. N., Sibeck, D. G., Slivka, M., Grechko, T. V., and Sarris, E. T.: High energy particle dispersion events observed by Interball-1 and -2, Adv. Space Res., 30, 2849–2854, 2002.; Lutsenko, V. N., Kudela, K., and Sarris, E. T.: The DOK-2 Experiment to study of energetic particles by the tail and auroral probe satellites in the Interball project, Cosmic Res., 36(1), 98–107, 1998.; Lutsenko, V. N., Grechko, T. V., and Kudela, K.: Interball-1 and -2 observations of energy dispersion events in auroral zone for 30–500 keV ions and electrons, Proc. 5-th International Conference on Substorms, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16–20 May 2000, ESA SP-443, 519–522, 2000.; Lutsenko, V. N.: Almost Monoenergetic Ions: New Support for Alfven Ideas on the Role of Electric Currents in Space Plasmas?, Phys. Chem. Earth, Part C, 26(8), 615–619, 2001.; Lutsenko, V. N., Gretchko, T. V., Kobelev, A. V., and Kudela, K.: Dispersion structures in the energetic ion and electron spectra in the auroral regions: their nature, properties and implication, Adv. Space Res., 30, 1787–1792, 2002a.; Lutsenko, V. N., Gretchko, T. V., Kobelev, A. V., Styazhkin, V. A., and Kudela, K.: Wavy energetic ion dispersion events and PC-5 type magnetic field pulsations, Adv. Space Res., 30, 1783–1786, 2002b.; Lutsenko, V. N., Kirpichev, I. P., Grechko, T. V., and Delcourt, D.: Source Positions of Energetic Particles Responsible for the Fine Dispersion Structures: Numerical Simulation Results, Planet. Space Sci., 53, 275–281, 2005.; Roederer, J. G.: Dynamics of geomagnetically trapped radiation, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg – New York, 1970.; Sarafopoulos, D. V., Sidiropoulos, N. F., Sarris, E. T., Lutsenko, V. N., and Kudela, K.: The dawn-dusk asymmetry of energetic particles: an Interball perspective, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 13 053–13 065, 2001.; Volland, H.: A Model of the Magnetospheric Electric Convection Field, J. Geophys. Res., 83, 2695–2699, 1978.; Zelenyi, L. M., Taktakishvili, A., Lutsenko, V. N., and Kudela, K.: Interball observations of the energetic particle spectra in the plasma sheet: indirect evidence of multiple explosive-like spontaneous reconnections, Substorms-4, edited by: Kokubun, S. and Kamide, Y., p. 521–526, 1998.; Taktakishvili, A. L., Zelenyi, L. M., Lutsenko, V. N., and Kudela, K.: On the Spectra of Energetic Particles in the Earth's Magnetotail, Cosmic Res., 36(3), 265–273, 1998.


 

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