L. Thomas (auth.), J. J. Burger, A. Pedersen, B. Battrick's Atmospheric Physics from Spacelab: Proceedings of the 11th PDF

By L. Thomas (auth.), J. J. Burger, A. Pedersen, B. Battrick (eds.)

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Particles of relatively low energies are often released by the solar corona during periods extending over several solar rotations, thus producing the recurrent particle events with a period of 27 days. , electrons of several Mev and protons of more than I GeV are produced in association with large solar flares, as defined by the electromagnetic luminosity. We see that in the case of energetic particles we deal with discrete events, that - seen from the earth - have characteristic time constants that vary between a few hours and some days.

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