Solar Cycle Dynamic of the Martian Induced Magnetosphere. Planetary Ions Acceleration Zones and Escape.

Abstract : This work presents a massive statistical analysis of the ion flows in the Martian induced magnetosphere. We performed this analysis using Mars Express ion mass spectrometer data taken during 2008 - 20014 time interval. This data allows to make an enhanced study of the induced magnetosphere variations as a response of the solar activity level. Since Mars Express has no onboard magnetometer, we used the hybrid models of the Martian plasma environment to get a proper frame to make an adequate statistics of the magnetospheric response. In this paper we present a spatial distribution of the planetary plasma propoerties in the planetary wake as well as the ionsospheric escape as a function of the solar activity.
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Andrei Fedorov, Stas Barbash, Ronan Modolo, Riku Jarvinen. Solar Cycle Dynamic of the Martian Induced Magnetosphere. Planetary Ions Acceleration Zones and Escape.. AGU Fall Meeting 2015, Dec 2015, San Francisco, United States. pp.SM53B-08. ⟨insu-01252620⟩

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