By Wing-Huen Ip, Yuntai Chen
Advances in Geosciences is the results of a concerted attempt in bringing the most recent effects and making plans actions regarding earth and area technology in Asia and the overseas enviornment. the quantity editors are all major scientists of their learn fields overlaying 5 sections: stable Earth (Se), sun Terrestrial (St), Planetary technology (Ps), Hydrological technology (Hs), and Oceans and Atmospheres (Oa). the most objective is to focus on the medical matters necessary to the learn of earthquakes, tsunamis, weather swap, drought, flood, typhoons, area weathers, and planetary exploration.
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A All the data taken by the telescopes, as well as those for house-keeping purpose have been immediately open to the public and availableb since 27-May-2007 with instruction for data users. do July 23, 2009 17:30 AOGS 2007 - ST Volume 9in x 6in New Sunrise of Solar Physics Galvanized by the Hinode Mission b672-V14-ch02 35 2. Instrumentation The capabilities of three telescopes on board will be very brieﬂy described in this section. 1. Solar optical telescope (SOT) The complete SOT instrument consists of the optical telescope assembly (OTA), and the focal plane package (FPP).
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21 The same properties are seen at middle and low latitudes, although the mechanism may be diﬀerent. Fig. 10. Equatorial plane schematic illustrating the solar wind ﬂow past the magnetopause. High velocity at the ﬂanks initiates the Kelvin–Helmholtz instability and fast mode wave energy is transmitted into the magnetosphere (after Ref. 43). July 23, 2009 17:30 18 AOGS 2007 - ST Volume 9in x 6in b672-V14-ch01 B. J. Fraser Recently, there has been a number of experimental studies indicating the generation of Pc5 ULF waves in the magnetosphere by external solar wind energy input.