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Authors: Coco, Igino* 
Amata, Ermanno* 
Marcucci, Maria Federica* 
Villain, Jean-Paul* 
Hanuise, Christian* 
Cerisier, Jean-Claude* 
St. Maurice, Jean-Pierre* 
Sato, Natsuo* 
Title: Night–side effects on the polar ionospheric convection due to a solar wind pressure impulse
Issue Date: 2006
Series/Report no.: /9(2006)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/10829
Abstract: The Sudden Impulse (SI) of solar wind dynamic pressure of 20 february 2000, 21:03 UT, is investigated by making use of data from WIND, GEOTAIL, POLAR and GOES; ground magnetometer chains (Greenland, IMAGE, CANOPUS); SuperDARN HF radars in both Northern and Southern hemispheres. The main effect of the SI described herein is an enhancement of the ionospheric convection around midnight MLT. We suggest that such an enhancement be due to an increase of the dawn–dusk electric field caused by the SI compression of the magnetospheric tail.
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