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stream of ionized hydrogen—protons and electrons—with an 8% component of helium ions and trace amounts of heavier ions that radiates outward from the sun at high speeds.

Solar Wind
A time-lapse movie from the SOHO satellite showing the solar wind and a coronal mass ejection. Also visible are two sun-grazing comets that enter the solar atmosphere never to be seen again.
Credit: Courtesy of SOHO consortium.

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Solar Wind :
The solar wind is a flux of particles, chiefly protons and electrons together with nuclei of heavier elements in smaller numbers, that are accelerated by the high temperatures of the solar corona, or outer region of the Sun, ...

Solar Wind
Approximately 5 particles cm-3 s-1 at the earth during quiet conditions.
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The solar wind is a stream of charged particles (i.e., a plasma) which are ejected from the upper atmosphere of the sun.

The solar wind is a continuous stream of ions (electrically charged particles) that are given off by magnetic anomalies on the Sun.

The Solar Wind
"Plumes" of outward flowing, hot gas in the Sun's atmosphere may be one source of the solar "wind" of charged particles.

Solar wind (stream of particles from the Sun) is usually around 0.001 joules per square meter per second -- about a million times less than sunlight.
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It takes the solar wind about 4.5 days to reach Earth; it has a velocity of about 250 miles/sec (400 km/sec). Since the particles are emitted from the Sun as the Sun rotates, the solar wind blows in a pinwheel pattern through the solar system.

On The Day The Solar Wind Disappeared, Scientists Sample Particles Directly From The Sun
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Solar Wind and Magnetosphere
The earth is constantly immersed in the solar wind, a rarefied flow of hot plasma (gas of free electrons and positive ions) emitted by the sun in all directions, ...

Solar Wind Variations
The solar wind is not uniform. Although it is always directed away from the Sun, it changes speed and carries with it magnetic clouds, interacting regions where high speed wind catches up with slow speed wind, ...

Solar Wind Plasma Package for measuring solar wind plasmas and electrons
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solar wind An outward flow of fast-moving charged particles from the Sun.
south celestial pole Point on the celestial sphere directly above the Earth's south pole.

solar wind: The charged particles (plasma), primarily protons and electrons, that are continuously emitted from the Sun and stream outward throughout the solar system at speeds of hundreds of kilometers per second.

Solar Wind: The outward flow of plasma (high energy charged particles from the sun. Average speeds are about 350 km/sec. (go to first use in the text) ...

Solar Wind: The solar wind streams off of the Sun in all directions. The source of the solar wind is the Sun's hot corona, whose temperature is so high that the Sun's gravity cannot hold on to it.

SOLAR WIND - Supersonic flow of high-speed charged particles continuously blowing off a star (mostly e- and p+). When originating from stars other than the Sun, it is sometimes called a "stellar" wind.

Solar wind--hot solar plasma spreading from the solar corona in all directions, at a typical speed of 300-700 km/sec. It is caused by the great heat of the corona.
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solar wind
An outward flow of particles (mostly electrons and protons) from the Sun.
south celestial pole
The point directly above the Earth's south pole where the Earth's axis of rotation, if extended, would intersect the celestial sphere.

solar wind
The constant flow of charged particles from the Sun, extending throughout the solar system.
solid planet
A planet composed of rocky materials with relatively thin or non-existent atmospheres.

Solar Wind
Rapidly moving atoms and ions that escape from the solar corona and blow outward through the solar system.
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Solar Wind
a flow of charged particles that travels from the Sun out into the Solar System.

Solar wind: The stream of charged particles and atoms (mainly ionized hydrogen but actually a mixture of all atoms in the Sun) moving outward all the time from the Sun with low velocities in the range 300-500 kilometers per second.

Solar wind. The flow of particles from the Sun in every direction. The 'wind' is an ever present feature of the Sun but the intensity of the wind is dependant on Solar activity.

Solar Wind - The hot plasma that flows outward from the Sun
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A stream of particles such as protons, electrons and ions moving radially outwards from the Sun.

solar wind: The wind from the Sun. More specifically, particles, usually electrons and protons, continually streaming away from the corona of the Sun.

The solar wind (heliospheric) termination shock is the shock that occurs as the solar wind hits the heliopause and its speed slows greatly (down to about 20 km/s).

Solar wind- charged particles from the sun that travel into the Solar System at about 1.5 million kph (932,000 mph)
Solstice- the time when the sun reaches its greatest northern or southern declination ...

The solar wind
The solar corona is the outermost part of the Sun's atmosphere.

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