Updating a model developed during the Voyager flybys will enable better mission planning and a deeper understanding of Juno data.
High-speed particles cause indentations in the magnetopause to form “throat auroras.”
Improved accuracy and optimization of models could benefit many applications.
With a dose of fiery plasma, the secondary arcs of Jupiter’s aurora shine bright.
The editor of a new book describes how a unique combination of the monograph and video show that a four-decade old paradigm in solar-terrestrial physics is changing.
New observations from Mercury revive a once-abandoned model for its magnetic field, resulting in a new profile that better fits the data.
Researchers find that a model of the Earth’s plasmasphere developed in the 1960s is outdated and inaccurate.