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We can treat this type of real-time computing system as a virtual thermosphere in eGY. It is clear that mutual calibrations of diﬀerent real-time simulations can be conducted. 6. Issues for Future Studies The Earth’s magnetosphere is a vast laboratory for plasma physics in which unique processes occur, monitoring one of the aspects of Sun–Earth relationships. It is bounded by the solar wind on the outer side and by the ionosphere on the inner side. These boundaries represent dynamic borders within which the magnetosphere is inﬂuenced.
Gonzalez Fig. 3. Same event as in Fig. 2, on September 23, 1998. The polar UV images showing the dayside aurora created by shock compression and the nightside substorm aurora. and the nightside tail later. A sudden appearance of dayside aurora is noted in the 2345:57 UT image. 31 Since the dayside aurora was present in this image, the shock hits the magnetosphere sometime between this image and the earlier one (the image cadence was 1 min 13 s). The onset of an intense substorm is noted in the 2347:11 UT image.
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