A new study suggests alternative explanations for Io’s unusual magnetic field.
Sea level trends in different regions of the ocean caused by both natural and man-made changes in the atmosphere can be partially hidden by internal random processes intrinsic to the ocean.
Both simulations and observations are used to measure the magnetic reconnection rate in the Earth’s magnetotail, suggesting that the rate is correlated with the intensity of a magnetic substorm.
A powerful numerical model reveals how space weather disturbs magnetic field at geosynchronous orbit.
Improved accuracy and optimization of models could benefit many applications.
A new modeling effort could change our understanding of auroral arc formation.
International Symposium on Recent Observations and Simulations of the Sun-Earth System III; 11–16 September 2016, Varna, Bulgaria
New observations from Mercury revive a once-abandoned model for its magnetic field, resulting in a new profile that better fits the data.