Energetic Particles in the Inner Solar System

  • Horst Kunow
  • Gerd Wibberenz
  • Günter Green
  • Reinhold Müller-Mellin
  • May-Britt Kallenrode
Part of the Physics and Chemistry in Space book series (SPACE, volume 21)

Abstract

The distinction between the inner and the outer solar system is traditionally related to the planetary system, where the inner, earth-like planets, are distinguished from the outer planets by their different chemical composition and structure. In the particles and fields area a division into the “inner” and the “outer” solar system also makes sense, though for other reasons.

Keywords

Microwave Anisotropy Convection Helium Fractionation 

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  • Horst Kunow
  • Gerd Wibberenz
  • Günter Green
  • Reinhold Müller-Mellin
  • May-Britt Kallenrode

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