Achievements of the International Magnetospheric Study (IMS)
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Achievements of the International Magnetospheric Study (IMS) proceedings of an international symposium, Graz, Austria, 26-28 June 1984

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Published by European Space Agency, Distributed by ESA Scientific & Technical Branch in Paris, France, Noordwijk, The Netherlands .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • International Magnetospheric Study -- Congresses.,
  • Magnetosphere -- Research -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementsponsors, the Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) & the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) ; [compiled by Bruce Battrick & Erica Rolfe].
SeriesESA SP,, 217
ContributionsBattrick, B., 1946-, Rolfe, Erica., International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics., COSPAR.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC809.M35 A215 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 760 p. :
Number of Pages760
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1907678M
LC Control Number90112096

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The International Magnetospheric Study (IMS) was proposed in as a concerted effort to acquire coordinated ground-based, balloon, rocket, and satellite data needed to improve our understanding of the behavior of earth's plasma environment.. Projects done as a contribution to International Magnetospheric Study: Prognoz 6; Scandinavian Magnetometer array. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the Crafoord Symposium on Magnetospheric Physics: Achievements and Prospects, held September , , in Stockholm, Sweden"--Title page verso. The International Magnetospheric Study JUAN G. ROEDERER Professor of Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado , U.S.A. (Received 12 October ) Abstract--During the past 15 years, the study of the earth's rnagnetosphere--man's immediate plasma and radiation environment--has undergone a successful stage of discovery and by: 2. Abstract The International Magnetospheric Study (IMS) was proposed in as a concerted effort to acquire coordinated ground-based, balloon, rocket, and satellite data needed to improve our understanding of the behavior of earth's plasma environment.

Buy Magnetospheric Physics: Achievements and Prospects (NATO Asi Ser. B: Physics; ) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.   As a contribution to the International Magnetospheric Study (IMS, –) a two-dimensional array of 42 temporary magnetometer stations was run in Scandinavia, supplementary to the permanent observatories and concentrated in the northern part of the region. This effort aimed at the time-dependent (periods above about s) determination of the two-dimensional structure of Cited by: What does IMS stand for? IMS stands for International Magnetospheric Study. Suggest new definition. This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Military and Government; Science, medicine, engineering, etc. In: Knott K., Battrick B. (eds) The Scientific Satellite Programme during the International Magnetospheric Study. Astrophysics and Space Science Library (A Series of Books on the Recent Developments of Space Science and of General Geophysics and Astrophysics Published in Connection with the Journal Space Science Reviews), vol Author: Juan G. Roederer.

The Scientific Satellite Programme during the International Magnetospheric Study (Dordrecht- Holland: D. Reidel Publishing Co., ). E. N. Parker, "Solar Wind Interaction with the Geomagnetic Field," in Magnetospheric Physics, ed. Williams and Mead. pp. ; idem. Akasofu coauthored the book Auroral Morphology as Shown by All-Sky Photographs, with D.S. Kimball, and Polar and Magnetospheric Substorms, which was published in Akasofu also collaborated with his mentor Chapman on Solar-Terrestrial Physics: An Account of the Wave and Particle Radiations from the Quiet and the Active Sun, and of the. study the day- and night-side features of the magne­ tospheric phenomena. An international program for studying the earth's magnetosphere was developed under the umbrella of SCOSTEP and is known as International Magnetospheric Study (IMS). This program ran from to with the launch of different spacecrafts and setting-up of co Author: R N Singh.   Ryoichi Fujii is the editor of Magnetospheric Current Systems, published by Wiley. Michael Hesse is the editor of Magnetospheric Current Systems, published by Wiley. Robert L. Lysak is the editor of Magnetospheric Current Systems, published by Wiley.