interplanetary scintillation

interplanetary scintillation

(IPS) See scattering; interplanetary medium.
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Remote-sensing observations of the solar wind have been conducted for more than 3 decades at the Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STEL) of Nagoya University, using the interplanetary scintillation (IPS) method.
This phenomenon is called interplanetary scintillation (IPS), and has long been used since its discovery as an effective tool for probing the solar wind plasma.
1995) Multi-station system for solar wind observations using the interplanetary scintillation method.
1964) Interplanetary scintillation of small diameter radio sources.
1972) Analysis of three-station interplanetary scintillation.
1978) Comparison of 74-MHz interplanetary scintillation and IMP 7 observations of the solar wind during 1973.
1978) Interplanetary scintillation measurements of the electron density power spectrum in the solar wind.
1979) Anisotropic structure of solar wind plasma irregularities observed with interplanetary scintillation.
1982) An observation system of interplanetary scintillation at UHF.
2011) A newly-developed UHF radiotelescope for interplanetary scintillation observations; Solar Wind Imaging Facility.
1998) Heliospheric tomography using interplanetary scintillation observations, II.
2001) Latitudinal velocity structures up to the solar poles estimated from interplanetary scintillation tomography analysis.