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By A. Surjalal Sharma, Yohsuke Kamide, Gurbax S. Lakhina

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Advancing our wisdom of the Sun-Earth connection and our services to foretell stipulations in near-Earth geospace has captured the eye of geospace, sunlight and different scientists, prompting tasks in lots of nations. those advances depend seriously on our knowing of the coupling techniques among the sun wind and magnetosphere, corresponding to geomagnetic storms and substorms. during this regard, the technological know-how of the storm-substorm dating isn't really an lead to itself, yet a serious step in unveiling the Sun-Earth connection.
Sidney Chapman (1889–1970) used to be a pioneer within the learn of the impact of the sunlight on geospace. in reality, it was once he who first coined the time period “substorms” to explain the various extreme disturbances that ensue in the course of a magnetic typhoon. Chapman additionally supplied us with a finished view of the connection among storms and substorms. seeing that Chapman's preliminary paintings, our knowing has gone through immense adjustments. The classical thought of substorms as development blocks of storms has developed, permitting us to notice advanced synergies among storms, substorms, and convection improvements within the magnetosphere.

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In Table 2, we show the 5 magnetic storms that did not exhibit substorm expansion phases for the intervals where S T s s w s S T s w s s 0000 0300 0600 0900 1200 1500 1 1 1 1 1 1—I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Magnetic Cloud 1800 1 1 J 10 2100 (UT) I I lL 1 I | i r1 i i •|^TTT^ UV imaging data were available. The value V B (E ) is given in the 4th column. The density values which are used in the calculations for the pressure corrections are shown in the 6th column. The (ram) pressure corrected D values, D * , is given in the right-hand column.

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