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Reconstruction of Electron and Ion Distribution Functions in a Magnetotail Reconnection Diffusion Region (American Geophysical Union, 2020-05-23)In the diffusion region of magnetotail reconnection, particle distributions are highly structured, exhibiting triangular shapes and multiple striations that deviate dramatically from the Maxwellian distribution. Fully ...
(AIP Publishing, 2021-05-03)Using a novel three-dimensional electromagnetic hybrid code, XHYPERS, we simulate the generation of lower hybrid oscillations in a magnetized plasma by a heavy ion beam with a ring-shaped velocity distribution over much ...
(American Geophysical Union, 2021-05-31)Abstract Based on global hybrid simulation results, we predict that foreshock turbulence can reach the magnetopause and lead to reconnection as well as Earth-sized indents. Both the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) and ...
(American Geophysical Union, 2020-11-16)The nature of the 3-s ultralow frequency (ULF) wave in the Earth's foreshock region and the associated wave-particle interaction are not yet well understood. We investigate the 3-s ULF waves using Magnetospheric Multiscale ...
(American Geophysical Union, 2020-11-10)Abstract Lower-hybrid-drift waves driving vortical flows have recently been discovered in the electron current layer during magnetic reconnection in the terrestrial magnetotail. Yet, spacecraft measurements cannot address ...