Scientists combined 82 satellite years of data to create a more comprehensive model of how plasma behaves in a region of Earth's magnetosphere with heavy spacecraft traffic.
Researchers use satellite data to characterize the physical properties of the lunar wake and the processes that govern it.
Factors that generate electrostatic noise involve how electric fields compress magnetized plasmas.
Satellite observations explain why magnetosonic waves can be found in regions far from where they originate.
An updated analytical technique gave researchers a new look at ion cyclotron waves in Mars’s extended hydrogen exosphere.
Researchers find that a model of the Earth’s plasmasphere developed in the 1960s is outdated and inaccurate.