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Plasma Flow and Related Phenomena in Planetary Aeronomy

Understanding the processes involved in the interaction of solar system bodies with plasma flows is fundamental to the entire field of space physics. The features of the interaction can be very different, depending upon the properties of the incident plasma as well as the nature of the obstacle. The... Full description

Journal Title: Space science reviews 2008, Vol.139 (1-4), p.311-353
Main Author: Ma, Y.-J
Other Authors: Altwegg, K , Breus, T , Combi, M. R , Cravens, T. E , Kallio, E , Ledvina, S. A , Luhmann, J. G , Miller, S , Nagy, A. F , Ridley, A. J , Strobel, D. F
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Publisher: Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands
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  • Luhmann, J. G
  • Miller, S
  • Nagy, A. F
  • Ridley, A. J
  • Strobel, D. F
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  • Space Sciences (including Extraterrestrial Physics
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description: Understanding the processes involved in the interaction of solar system bodies with plasma flows is fundamental to the entire field of space physics. The features of the interaction can be very different, depending upon the properties of the incident plasma as well as the nature of the obstacle. The properties of the atmosphere/ionosphere associated with the obstacle are of particular importance into understanding the plasma interaction process, especially for non-magnetized obstacle. This paper discusses in detail the roles of the atmosphere and ionosphere systems of plasma interaction around Venus, Mars, comets and some particular satellites. The coupling between magnetosphere and ionosphere is also discussed for Earth and Giant planets.
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