|181. Magnetic Field Structure of Large Solar Prominence Revealed by NSSC Scientists
A prominence is a large, bright, gaseous feature extending outward from the Sun's surface, often in a loop shape (as shown in Fig.1, left) anchored to the Sun's surface in the photosphere. When observed on the Sun’s disk, prominences are often seen as dark filaments (as shown in Fig.1, right). And
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|182. NSSC Scientists Proposed Novel Left-Handed Transmission Line
Recently, Dr. YANG Qingshan and Prof. ZHANG Yunhua from the Key Laboratory of Microwave Remote Sensing, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, proposed a novel left-handed transmission line with the advantages of low cost, low profile, miniaturized size and flexible design, and applied it to the miniaturi
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|183. Strongest Solar Particle Event Identified by NSSC Scientist
Recently, scientists in the National Space Science Center (NSSC), Chinese Academy of Sciences, found out the strongest solar particle event in the past 11400 years. Occurred in the January of AD 775, the intensity of the associated solar particles is about 2 times higher than that of the catastrophi
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|184. NSSC Scientists Reveal the Control Effect of Interplanetary Magnetic Field on the Field-aligned Current in the Magnetota
The interaction of the solar wind and Earth's magnetosphere is a frontier topic in the study of space physics. Previous studies have shown that Solar wind/ interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) controls the field-aligned currents (FACs) in the magnetotail. However, due to the limited exploration techn
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|185. 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
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|186. 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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|187. 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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|188. 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
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|189. 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
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|190. 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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|191. 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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|192. 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,
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|193. 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
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|194. 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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|195. Solar Storm Sun-to-Earth Propagation: A General Picture Discovered
True beauty lies in the sky or in space scientists’ eyes, in the vast and mysterious space with its order, extent and darkness. They explode with immense power in the solar atmosphere and are hurled out from the Sun at millions of kilometers per hour. They light up brilliant auroras in the mid-lati
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|196. Could the Collision of CMEs in the Heliosphere be Super-elastic?
Recently, space science scientists from National Space Science Center (NSSC) and University of Science and Technology in China (USTC) analyzed the energy transformation between two Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) after their collision based on three-dimensional (3D) numerical simulation. It is the fir
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|197. Towards a Bettering Understanding of the Moon-Solar Wind Interaction
A research team at Lab of Solar System Exploration, National Space Science Center (NSSC) has recently presented a three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) simulation of the lunar wake to further our understanding of the Moon-solar wind interaction.
By establishing a 3D MHD model with high spatia
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|198. NSSC Researcher Attends Sun-climate School “Impact of Solar Variability on the Earth’s Climate” in Greece
To provide young scientists with a global understanding of the Sun-climate connection and facilitate the multidisciplinary interaction between young scientists worldwide, a training school entitled Impact of Solar Variability on the Earth’s Climate was held in Thessaloniki, Greece, under the auspic
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|199. SEPC Researchers Probe into the Effect of Seed Electron Injection
It has been widely accepted that chorus-driven resonant interaction is an important mechanism responsible for the phase space density (PSD) evolution of electrons in the radiation belt. Recently, a research group from Space Environment Prediction Center (SEPC), affiliated to National Space Science C
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|200. Unravelling the Ionospheric Secrets in Chinese Low latitude Zone
Though the original motivation for satellite navigation was for military purposes, one cannot deny that it has now become a necessity in daily life. But few knows that one of the key parameters affecting the quality of satellite navigation lies in the ionosphere, a region of the upper atmosphere fro
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|201. NSFC’s Program to Study the Energy Transportation Process in Space Weather Concluded
Sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), the program led by the State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center, to study the multi-level energy transportation process in space weather was officially ended on Apr. 9th, 2013. Focused on the main topic of ene...
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|202. 【Xinhua】China Conducts First Space Science Active Experiment
BEIJING, April 5 (Xinhua) -- China's first space science active experiment was conducted Friday morning to study the dynamical processes of the Earth's ionosphere, a top scientific institute said. The experiment conducted at a sounding rocket launch site in Danzhou, south China's Hainan Province, will ...
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|203. QUESS Project Enters Engineering Phase
QUESS Project took an important step forward with the project comes to engineering Phase, announced on 10th Dec. at a mobilization meeting held in National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). As one of the seven satellite projects of the Strategic Pioneer Program on space science, ...
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|204. New Methods of Data Calibration for High Power-Aperture Lidar
How to optimize the methods for data calibration is of great concern to Dr. GUAN Sai and Prof. YANG Guotao. As members of the ground-based detection group affiliated to State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center, their job deals with numerous data obtained from the Meridian Pr...
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|205. SPACE SCIENCE ACTIVITIES IN CHINA --- 2010-2012 NATIONAL REPORT
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|206. Newly Discovered Patterns Challenge the Popular Pulsar Emission Models
A research team led by National Space Science Center (NSSC), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and PeKing University has successfully simulated new patterns of pulsed gamma-ray emission from newly discovered millisecond pulsars (MSPs) based on the sensitive Fermi data, which sheds light on the study of...
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|207. Recent Development and Prelimiary Results of Chinese Meridian Project
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|208. Oxygen ion precipitation in the Martian atmosphere and its relation with the crustal magnetic fields
A research group led by Li Lei, researcher in Laboratory of Solar System Exploration in National Space Science Center, CAS found the relation of Oxygen ion precipitation in the Martian atmosphere with the crustal magnetic fields which was published in Journal of Geophysical Research, VOL. 116. 2011. Wi...
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|209. Imaging Interplanetary CMEs at Radio Frequency from Solar Polar Orbit.
A research group led by researcher Wu Ji published their findings in Advances in Space Research, VOL. 48, 5, 2011 titled Imaging Interplanetary CMEs at Radio Frequency from Solar Polar Orbit. Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) represent a great concentration of mass and energy input into the lower corona. T...
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|210. Breakthrough achieved in imaging tests of geostationary interferometric millimeter-wave sounder
Significant progress has been made in a serial of field imaging tests on the GIMS (Geostationary Interferometric Millimeter-wave Sounder) demonstrator, in early July, 2011. The first retrieved brightness temperature images taken on some neighborhood buildings around CSSAR registered good image quality....
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