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201. Sino-British Scientists Reveal Observable white-light Signatures of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections
 The Heliospheric Imagers (HIs) aboard the NASA’s Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO) have been successfully operating since its launch in 2006. The STEREO/HI instruments were developed by a UK-led international consortium. With the STEREO/HIs, interplanetary coronal mass ejections (CME
Keywords:     Published time:2013-10-24 09:07
202. NSSC Scientists Reveal the Global Features of Kelvin-Helmholtz Waves at the Magnetopause
 The Kelvin-Helmholtz (KH)-induced surface waves and vortices is one of the significant mechanisms to transport the solar wind into magnetosphere during northward interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) conditions. However, due to the limitation of the in-situ spacecraft observations and localized modes,
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203. Optimal Interpolation and Prediction in Pulsar Timing Achieved
 For pulsar projects, it is necessary to predict the pulse phase in advance, for example, when preparing for new observations. Furthermore, interpolation of the pulse phase between existing measurements is also a must-have when folding X-ray or gamma-ray observations according to the radio pulse phas
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204. Magnetic Reconnection: General Mechanism of the Whistler-mode Waves Revealed
 For those of you who are not quite familiar with the concept of magnetic reconnection, it is a physical process in highly conducting plasmas in which the magnetic topology is rearranged and magnetic energy is converted into kinetic energy. Two factors, the whistler-mode waves and electron temperatur
Keywords:     Published time:2013-09-04 16:13
205. NSSC Scientists Reveal the Control Effect of Solar Wind on the Geomagnetospheric Substorm Properties
 Geomagnetospheric substorm is one of the major disturbances occurred in Earth’s magnetosphere, lasting from a period of 1 to 3 hours in most cases. As one of the most important energy input, coupling and dissipation process in geospace, it can cause the interruption of radio communication in high l
Keywords:     Published time:2013-08-21 15:47
206. NSSC Scientists Visited Space Research Institute, the Austrian Academy of Sciences
 From Jun.24 to Jun. 29, 2013, upon the invitation of Dr. Werner Magnes, Dr. WANG Jindong, Dr. ZHOU Bin and Mr. CHENG Bingjun from the Lab of Solar System Exploration, National Space Science Center (NSSC), paid a six-day visit to the Space Research Institute (Institut für Weltraumforschung, IWF), th
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207. Scientists Performed a 3D MHD Simulation of a Realistic CME Initiation Process
 Manifested as brilliant observational forms such as flares, filament eruptions and coronal mass ejections (CMEs), solar eruptions, as major drivers of space weather, have a dark side. From time to time, billions of tonnes of ionized gas, or plasma are expulsed from the solar atmosphere at millions o
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208. NSSC Scientists Unraveled the Multiple Small-scale Plasmoid Structure in the Magnetotail
  Recently, with data from European Space Agency (ESA)’s Cluster spacecraft, SIGMA team under State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center (NSSC), have made the first direct observations of multiple small-scale plasmoids during a substorm. Using a magnetohydrodynamic model,
Keywords:     Published time:2013-06-27 15:38
209. New Observations of MLT Mean Wind and Tides Achieved
 In recent decades, dynamics of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (MLT) have attracted great interests among near-space scientists and have been the subject of many experimental and theoretical investigations. A research team at Lab of Near-Space Environment Research, National Space Science Cente
Keywords:     Published time:2013-06-09 08:54
210. NSSC Researcher Attends Workshop on “GNSS Data Application to Low Latitude Ionospheric Research” in Italy
 A Workshop on GNSS Data Application to Low Latitude Ionospheric Research, co-organized by Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and Boston College (BC) of the United States, was held from May 6 to May 17, 2013, in Trieste, Italy. Dr. Bai Weihua from National Space Science
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