Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks

M. I. Verigin, G. A. Kotova, A. P. Remizov, V. A. Styazhkin, N. M. Schutte, T. L. Zhang, W. Riedler, H. Rosenbauer, K. Szegö, M. Tatrallyay, K. Schwingenschuh

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Abstract

We developed a semiempirical quantitative model of a planetary bow shock, which describes variations in its location and shape caused by variations in parameters of the solar wind flow and in the shape of the obstacle (magnetopause). Based on this model, we explore the near-Mars bow shock, the experimental data on which were obtained on the Phobos-2 spacecraft. Unusual properties of near-Mars bow shock are analyzed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)43
Number of pages1
JournalCosmic Research
Volume37
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Verigin, M. I., Kotova, G. A., Remizov, A. P., Styazhkin, V. A., Schutte, N. M., Zhang, T. L., ... Schwingenschuh, K. (1999). Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks. Cosmic Research, 37(1), 43.

Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks. / Verigin, M. I.; Kotova, G. A.; Remizov, A. P.; Styazhkin, V. A.; Schutte, N. M.; Zhang, T. L.; Riedler, W.; Rosenbauer, H.; Szegö, K.; Tatrallyay, M.; Schwingenschuh, K.

In: Cosmic Research, Vol. 37, No. 1, 1999, p. 43.

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Verigin, MI, Kotova, GA, Remizov, AP, Styazhkin, VA, Schutte, NM, Zhang, TL, Riedler, W, Rosenbauer, H, Szegö, K, Tatrallyay, M & Schwingenschuh, K 1999, 'Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks', Cosmic Research, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 43.
Verigin MI, Kotova GA, Remizov AP, Styazhkin VA, Schutte NM, Zhang TL et al. Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks. Cosmic Research. 1999;37(1):43.
Verigin, M. I. ; Kotova, G. A. ; Remizov, A. P. ; Styazhkin, V. A. ; Schutte, N. M. ; Zhang, T. L. ; Riedler, W. ; Rosenbauer, H. ; Szegö, K. ; Tatrallyay, M. ; Schwingenschuh, K. / Shape and Location of Planetary Bow Shocks. In: Cosmic Research. 1999 ; Vol. 37, No. 1. pp. 43.
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