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The effects of solar wind structure on nanodust dynamics in the inner heliosphere

Citation

Poppe, Andrew; Lee, Christina (2020), The effects of solar wind structure on nanodust dynamics in the inner heliosphere, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.6078/D1Z70C

Abstract

Datasets supporting the manuscript, "The effects of solar wind structure on nanodust dynamics in the inner heliosphere", J. Geophys. Res.: Space Physics

Datasets are output from a nanodust dynamics model that uses background MHD electromagnetic fields to trace 1-30 nm grains as they evolve from the inner solar system outwards under the influence of forces such as gravity, electromagnetism, and radiation pressure. Output variables include nanodust flux, velocity distributions, and both measured and predicted (relative) count rates at the positions of NASA's STEREO A and B spacecraft in 2007.

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Funding

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Award: 80NSSC19K0830