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Observation of two distinct cold, dense ion populations at geosynchronous orbit: Local time asymmetry, solar wind dependence and origin

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  • B. Lavraud
  • M. F. Thomsen
  • S. Wing
  • M. Fujimoto
  • M. H. Denton
  • J. E. Borovsky
  • A. Aasnes
  • K. Seki
  • J. M. Weygand
Journal publication date2006
JournalAnnales Geophysicae
Volume24
Number of pages15
Pages3451-3465
Original languageEnglish