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Published 2013 | Published
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Solar energetic particles and their variability from the sun and beyond


With the onset of solar cycle 24 activity STEREO and near-Earth spacecraft are now measuring many multi-spacecraft solar particle events. We present examples of time-intensity distributions, energy spectra, fits to longitude distributions, a combined imaging/in-situ study, and MHD modeling of one event. Implications of these new results are discussed.

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© 2013 AIP Publishing LLC. This work was supported by NASA at Caltech under grants NNX8AI11G and NNX06AC21G, and under subcontract SA2715-26309 from UC Berkeley under NASA contract NAS5-03131; at JHU/APL by NASA grant NNX10AT75G, UC Berkeley subcontract SA4889-26309, and NSF SHINE grant 1156138; and at NRL under grant NNH11AR711. We appreciate the availability of GOES data from NOAA, EPHIN data from the University of Kiel, and LASCO data from the Catholic University website.

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