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HR: 17:45h
TI: Global modeling of the heliosphere and its interaction with with the local interstellar medium
AU: * Izmodenov, V V
AF: Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Aeromechanics and GAs Dynamics, School of Mechanics and Mathematics, Vorobevy Gory, Moscow, 119899 Russian Federation
AU: * Izmodenov, V V
AF: Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 117526 Russian Federation
AU: * Izmodenov, V V
AF: Space Research Institute (IKI), Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 117997 Russian Federation
AB: The Sun is moving through a warm (~6500 K) and partly ionized local interstellar cloud (LIC) with velocity ~26 km/s. The charged component of the interstellar medium interacts with the solar wind (SW), forming the heliospheric interface - the SW/LIC interaction region. Both the solar wind and interstellar gas have a multi-component nature that creates a complex behavior in the interaction region. The current state of art in the modeling of the heliospheric interface is reviewed in this paper. Modern models of the interface take into account the solar wind and interstellar plasma components (protons, electrons, pickup ions, interstellar helium ions, and solar wind alpha particles), the interstellar neutral component (H atoms), interstellar and heliospheric magnetic fields, galactic and anomalous cosmic rays, and latitudinal and solar cycle variations of the solar wind. Predictions of self-consistent, time-dependent, kinetic/gasdynamic modeling of the heliospheric interface are compared with available remote diagnostics of the heliospheric interface - backscattered solar Lyman-alpha radiation, pickup ions, the deceleration of the solar wind at large heliocentric distances measured by Voyager 2, heliospheric absorption of stellar light, anomalous cosmic rays (ACRs), and heliospheric neutral atoms (ENAs).
DE: 2124 Heliopause and solar wind termination
DE: 2126 Heliosphere/interstellar medium interactions
DE: 2144 Interstellar gas
DE: 2164 Solar wind plasma
SC: SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics [SH]
MN: Fall Meeting 2005

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