volume 25, issue 5, P595-598 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00332
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Abstract: Abstract: Using low-frequency spectra of the wind speed, density, and magnetic field strength, we show that the nearstreamer belt solar wind at solar minimum exhibits many harmonics of fundamental frequencies corresponding to 26-and 34-day periods. Nearly all the low-frequency peaks in the spectra can be explained by these harmonics. The 26-day period is that of coronal hole rotation, and the 34-day period i s naturally associated with the photospheric rotation period at about 70 ø S latitude. Thus we find ev…

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