Martian Magnetic Storms

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Martian Magnetic Storms

Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections (ICMEs) are known to be responsible for major geomagnetic storms. MAVEN observed an ICME impacting Mars in March 2015. Its in-situ plasma and magnetic field observations were well-described by MHD simulations of the Mars-solar wind interaction.

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