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Change in the Zodiacal Light with Solar Activity

  • R. Robley (a1)

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The Gegenschein observed at the Pic du Midi Observatory during a solar cycle has a behaviour similar to that of the brightness of the eclipsed Moon. It is assumed that in both cases the solar wind ejected through the polar coronal holes is responsible for these variations.

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Change in the Zodiacal Light with Solar Activity

  • R. Robley (a1)

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