volume 25, issue 14, P2545-2548 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00514
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Abstract: Abstract. The response of the magnetosphere to the passage of the January 10-11, 1997 coronal mass ejection (CME) is described from the vantage point of geosynchronous orbit. Salient aspects of the observed response include 1) the global compression of the magnetosphere, including plasma sheet density enhancements and geosynchronous magnetopause crossings; 2) strongly stretched magnetotail field, with attendant substorm activity; 3) enhanced magnetospheric convection, leading to plasmaspheric erosion and days…

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