Dual Spacecraft Observations of Energetic Particles In The Vicinity of the Magnetopause, Bow Shock, And the Interplanetary Medium
This article presents some of the new and important particle features that have been detected in the energy range ~1keV to ≳290 keV by the ISEE-1 and -2 spacecraft near the magnetopause, bow shock, and the interplanetary space. Only examples of data from the first few orbits, when the spacecraft were on the front side, are shown.
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