Future perspectives on space-borne/ground-based state-of-the-art scientific instruments, exploration space missions, and advanced modeling/simulation methods, are intensively discussed from multilateral viewpoints regarding solar-terrestrial physics, space plasma, upper atmospheric observations for the Earth and planets. In addition to innovative technologies, international collaborations have been getting more essential and crucial factors in the space observations/missions. The novel concept, strategy, and promotion in these international collaborations are also main subjects of this conference.We review some features of ion transport at Mercury, from their solar wind or exospheric source until injection into the inner magnetotail. ... INTRODUCTION The Mariner- 10 discovery in 1974 of an intrinsic (though reduced) magnetic field at Mercury ... 2003 ; Daglis, 1997] or from numerical simulations [e.g., Winglee, 1998 ; Huddleston et ai, 2005 ; Moore et al., 2007]. ... Interestingly enough, hybrid simulations of plasma transport at Mars [Modolo et ai, 2005] similarly reveal a cavityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Future Perspectives of Space Plasma and Particle Instrumentation and International Collaborations|
|Publisher||:||Amer Inst of Physics - 2009-06-24|