George Gloeckler mostly deals with Solar wind, Astrophysics, Atomic physics, Magnetosphere and Heliosphere. His work carried out in the field of Solar wind brings together such families of science as Ionization and Astronomy, Corona. His work deals with themes such as Helium and Interplanetary medium, which intersect with Astrophysics.
George Gloeckler interconnects Ring current, Pitch angle, Proton and Plasma in the investigation of issues within Atomic physics. His research in Magnetosphere focuses on subjects like Charged particle, which are connected to Substorm. His Heliosphere research incorporates elements of Energetic neutral atom, Solar System, Cosmic ray and Interstellar cloud.
George Gloeckler mainly investigates Solar wind, Astrophysics, Atomic physics, Astronomy and Heliosphere. His studies in Solar wind integrate themes in fields like Magnetosphere, Computational physics and Atmospheric sciences. His Astrophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interplanetary medium, Interplanetary spaceflight and Particle acceleration.
His Atomic physics research integrates issues from Range, Plasma, Charged particle and Proton. His studies deal with areas such as Energetic neutral atom, Ionization and Interstellar medium as well as Heliosphere. As a part of the same scientific study, George Gloeckler usually deals with the Coronal mass ejection, concentrating on Corona and frequently concerns with Nanoflares.
George Gloeckler spends much of his time researching Solar wind, Astrophysics, Heliosphere, Astronomy and Magnetosphere. His study in the fields of Interplanetary magnetic field under the domain of Solar wind overlaps with other disciplines such as Distribution function. His work on Cosmic ray as part of general Astrophysics study is frequently linked to Pickup, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Heliosphere study also includes
George Gloeckler mostly deals with Solar wind, Astrophysics, Heliosphere, Magnetosphere and Astronomy. His Solar wind research includes themes of Atmospheric sciences and Geophysics. His work on Cosmic ray as part of general Astrophysics study is frequently connected to Distribution function, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
He has included themes like Energetic neutral atom, Interstellar medium, Interstellar cloud, Ecliptic and Shock in his Heliosphere study. The various areas that George Gloeckler examines in his Magnetosphere study include Astrobiology, Mercury's magnetic field, Planet and Exosphere. His Coronal hole research includes elements of Solar cycle, Corona, Coronal loop and Chromosphere.
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Ring current development during the great geomagnetic storm of February 1986
D. C. Hamilton;G. Gloeckler;F. M. Ipavich;W. Stüdemann.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
The Ultraviolet Coronagraph Spectrometer for the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory
J. L. Kohl;R. Esser;L. D. Gardner;S. Habbal.
Solar Physics (1995)
Voyager 1 in the foreshock, termination shock, and heliosheath.
R. B. Decker;S. M. Krimigis;E. C. Roelof;M. E. Hill;M. E. Hill.
Composition of quasi‐stationary solar wind flows from Ulysses/Solar Wind Ion Composition Spectrometer
R. von Steiger;R. von Steiger;N. A. Schwadron;L. A. Fisk;J. Geiss.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Global observations of the interstellar interaction from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX)
D. J. McComas;D. J. McComas;Fredric Allegrini;Fredric Allegrini;Peter Andreas Bochsler;M. Bzowski.
Direct observation of He + pick-up ions of interstellar origin in the solar wind
E. Möbius;D. Hovestadt;B. Klecker;M. Scholer.
Magnetosphere Imaging Instrument (MIMI) on the Cassini Mission to Saturn/Titan
S. M. Krimigis;D. G. Mitchell;D. C. Hamilton;S. Livi.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
The solar wind ion composition spectrometer
G. Gloeckler;J. Geiss;H. Balsiger;P. Bedini.
Astronomy & Astrophysics Supplement Series (1992)
General characteristics of hot plasma and energetic particles in the Saturnian magnetosphere: Results from the Voyager spacecraft
S. M. Krimigis;J. F. Carbary;E. P. Keath;T. P. Armstrong.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1983)
The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: Scientific objectives and implementation
Sean C. Solomon;Ralph L. McNutt;Robert E. Gold;Mario H. Acuña.
Planetary and Space Science (2001)
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