volume 25, issue 14, P2509-2512 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00735
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Abstract: Results from a correlation analysis of Wind and IMP 8 magnetometer data for a total of 543 two hour periods covering Jan.–Jul. 1995 were analyzed to determine that: (1) the timing accuracy Δτ for advecting solar wind magnetic field structures goes as (dper/dpar) · τcon where dpar is the spacecraft separation along the Sun‐Earth line, dper is the transverse separation, and τcon is the predicted convection lag time, (2) “good” correlation time periods (peak correlation coefficient >0.80) are about twice as like…

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