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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: About The Origin Of High Energy Electrons In The Inner Radiation Belt
Author: Martin I.M.
Gusev A.A.
Pugacheva G.I.
Turtelli Jr. A.
Mineevt Yu.V.
Abstract: A large flux of > 100 MeV electrons were registered in the inner radiation belt on low-altitude satellites. The origin of that flux is discussed. It appears that slow radial diffusion (Do = 10-13 1/s) gives a low probability for penetration of these electrons to small L from the boundary of magnetosphere because of synchrotron radiation energy losses. It is found that they can enter to the inner belt region without such losses after great magnetic storms when high speed radial diffusion sometimes takes place. Two great storms on 8-9 Feb.] 986 and 24 March 1991 are examples when one can directly observe a penetration of energetic electron fluxes into magnetosphere. The assumption about their Jovian origin is discussed. © 1994.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/0021-9169(93)E0025-5
Date Issue: 1995
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