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Physics of planetary manetospheres

COSPAR. Plenary Meeting. Symposium 3.

Physics of planetary manetospheres

proceedings of Symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Planary Meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980

by COSPAR. Plenary Meeting. Symposium 3.

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by K. Knott.
SeriesAdvances in space research -- vol.1, no.1
ContributionsKnott, K.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20965664M
ISBN 100080271510

Applied and Interdisciplinary physics[27] Astronomy and Astrophysics[] Biological Physics[47] Computational Physics[20] Condensed Matter[] Data Analysis[4] Electricity and Megnetism[26] General Physics[14] High Energy Physics[95] History of Physics[8] Mathematical Physics[40] Mechanics[58] Methods of Mathematical Physics[19] Miscellaneous. Readers will find grouped together here the most recent observations, current theoretical models and present understanding of the coupled atmosphere, magnetosphere and solar wind system. The book begins with a general discussion of mass, energy and momentum transport in magnetodiscs. The physics of.

  BOOK REVIEWS tication of the reader. Therefore the book, excellent in a university classroom, could pose challenges in a small or regional college setting. Goddard Space Flight Center, PETER D. NOERDLINGER Greenbelt, MD, U.S.A. Thomas E. Cravens, Physics of Solar System Plasmas, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp., , hard cover £/US $, . Planetary Magnetospheres. Comparative papers on the magnetospheres of the planets across the solar system. Bagenal – Planetary Magnetospheres in Solar System Magnetic Fields (Ed. E.R. Priest) Geophysics & Astrophysics Monographs, D. Reidel publishing – from the Summer School at Imperial College. Bagenal – Planetary Magnetospheres in Annual Reviews of Earth & Planetary.

Jupiter book chapters – (eds) Bagenal, Dowling, McKinnon, Jupiter: Planet, Satellites, Magnetosphere, CUP Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere – Dessler Summers, Yung, Haff – A two-stage mechanism for the escape of Na and K from Io, Nature, , doi %2Fa0. This book addresses and reviews many of the still little understood questions related to the processes underlying planetary magnetic fields and their interaction with the solar wind. With focus on research carried out within the German Priority Program ”PlanetMag”, it also provides an overview of the most recent research in the field.


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