Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S335, P254-257 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317007128 View full text
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Mathew J. Owens, Pete Riley, Tim Horbury

Abstract: AbstractAdvanced forecasting of space weather requires prediction of near-Earth solar-wind conditions on the basis of remote solar observations. This is typically achieved using numerical magnetohydrodynamic models initiated by photospheric magnetic field observations. The accuracy of such forecasts is being continually improved through better numerics, better determination of the boundary conditions and better representation of the underlying physical processes. Thus it is not unreasonable to conclude that si…

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