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Published on October 30, 2007

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Acceleration and Extreme Distortion Within the Van Allen Radiation Belts During the “Halloween” Solar Storms of 2003:  Acceleration and Extreme Distortion Within the Van Allen Radiation Belts During the “Halloween” Solar Storms of 2003 D.N. Baker, S. P. Monk, S.G. Kanekal, X. Li Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics University of Colorado-Boulder J. Goldstein, J.L. Burch Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio October 2003 Events:  October 2003 Events October-November 2003 Storms:  October-November 2003 Storms 10/28  - 310 nT 10/29  - 347 nT 11/02  - 40 nT 11/04  only SC SOHO/LASCO CMEs and the storms they produced High-Energy Electrons: 17 Oct.-1 Dec.:  High-Energy Electrons: 17 Oct.-1 Dec. Day-to-Day Variation of the Radiation Belts:  Day-to-Day Variation of the Radiation Belts Selected Days: Outer Belt Properties:  Selected Days: Outer Belt Properties EUV Images of the Plasmasphere:  EUV Images of the Plasmasphere Plasmasphere He+ 15% plasmasphere Global EUV He+ Image Sunward Flux in TEC/Plasmasphere Plume March 31, 2001:  Sunward Flux in TEC/Plasmasphere Plume March 31, 2001 Direct Observation of Velocity and Flux by Millstone Hill ISR Ground-Based GPS Maps TEC Plume [Foster et al., GRL 2002] Aurora Seen in Colorado:  Aurora Seen in Colorado 20 Nov. 2003 November 20, 2003 SED Plume:  November 20, 2003 SED Plume November 20, 2003 SED Plume:  November 20, 2003 SED Plume Regions of Wave-Particle Interactions:  Regions of Wave-Particle Interactions Conclusions:  Conclusions The October-November 2003 solar activity produced spectacular effects in Earth’s radiation environment The radiation belt “slot” region at L = 2 ~ 3 was filled by relativistic electrons to an unprecedented degree SAMPEX, IMAGE and other data give a clear global picture of the plasmasphere and radiation belt enhancement and decay Several important spacecraft operational anomalies were apparently associated with radiation environment changes High-Energy Electrons: 17 Oct.-1 Dec.:  High-Energy Electrons: 17 Oct.-1 Dec. GEO Solar Particle Measurements:  GEO Solar Particle Measurements Period of main DoD s/c anomalies

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