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Evolution of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and magnetic clouds in the heliosphere

  • Pascal Démoulin (a1)

Abstract

Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections (ICMEs), and more specifically Magnetic Clouds (MCs), are detected with in situ plasma and magnetic measurements. They are the continuation of the CMEs observed with imagers closer to the Sun. A review of their properties is presented with a focus on their magnetic configuration and its evolution. Many recent observations, both in situ and with imagers, point to a key role of flux ropes, a conclusion which is also supported by present coronal eruptive models. Then, is a flux rope generically present in an ICME? How to quantify its 3D physical properties when it is detected locally as a MC? Is it a simple flux rope? How does it evolve in the solar wind? This paper reviews our present answers and limited understanding to these questions.

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Evolution of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and magnetic clouds in the heliosphere

  • Pascal Démoulin (a1)

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