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Solar wind dynamic pressure and electric field as the main factors controlling Saturn's aurorae

Bibliographic reference Crary, FJ ; Clarke, JT. ; Dougherty, MK ; Hanlon, PG ; Hansen, KC ; et. al. Solar wind dynamic pressure and electric field as the main factors controlling Saturn's aurorae. In: Nature : international weekly journal of science, Vol. 433, no. 7027, p. 720-722 (2005)
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