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26) where D m C t . Here we have dropped the term describing a large-scaled motion in Eq. 25). 1 Origin of the Earth’s Magnetic Field 15 the possibility of magnetic field generation due to nonzero helicity. Following Vaynshtein et al. (1980) we now consider a simple one-dimensional case in order to derive a straightforward analytical solution of Eq. 26). Suppose first that the mean magnetic field hBi is a function of only z and t so that the derivatives with respect to x and y are equal to zero.
Thus, the field-aligned currents connect the magnetotail with auroral region of the ionosphere during a magnetospheric substorm. 1–2/ 106 A. When the high-energy particles associated with the fieldaligned currents precipitate into the ionosphere, they dramatically increase aurora borealis. The particle energy absorption in the atmosphere reaches a peak value 34 1 The Earth’s Magnetic Field Fig. 13 Near-Earth Neutral Line (NENL) substorm model based on the field line reconnection at the middle portion of magnetotail.
This interaction brings the solar wind deform the Earth’s dipolar magnetic field, compressing the field lines on the day side and stretching them out to form the elongated magnetotail on the night side. 2 The Earth Magnetosphere 21 Fig. 8 The deflection of solar wind by the geomagnetic field shown in an ecliptic plane. 1—solar wind, 2—bow shock, 3—magnetopause, 4—magnetopause current, 5—the Earth’s magnetic field, 6—secondary magnetic field originated from the magnetopause current. The symbols e and p C denote electrons and protons/positive ions; z axis and the unit vectors n are both perpendicular to the bow shock, and A is the bow shock point nearest the Sun The solar wind particles of charge q moving at velocity V are subject to the magnetic force F D qV B: The Earth’s magnetic field will therefore deflect the positive-charged and negativecharged particles to the different sides of the magnetosphere.