The source of the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) measured by pioneer V
Solar atmosphere expansion into interplanetary space was a dominant theoretical models when Pioneer-V was launched in March 1960, to determine among others the source of measured anomalous Interplanetary Magnetic Fields (IMF); lacking alternatives, the experimenters endorsed the solar-wind theory; this paper noticed loopholes in that endorsement; such as the probe’s failure to detect any increase in IMF for fifty five minutes, and a maximum horizontal magnetic field was recorded at three Earth Magnetic Observatories two hours before Pioneer-V measured maximum IMF, indicating the existence of magnetic disturbance source nearer to the Earth, contrary to the theory; these observations are hoped to give the scientific community a different angle to review many unresolved issues, that will reflects positively on the determination of type of the alternative renewable energy.
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Magnetic data analysis of shallow geological structures using selected magnetic filters and comparison of the results: Baharini well field, lake Nakuru basin, Rift valley, Kenya. Ogut, Julius O (Department of Geology, University of Nairobi, 2012)Lake Nakuru is a closed hydrological basin situated in the floor of Rift Valley which is about 160 km from the Kenya’s capital city; Nairobi. Baharini well field is located north of Lake Nakuru which also harbors a ...
Magneto-hydrodynamic Steady Flow of Viscous Incompressible Fluid between two parallel Infinite plates under the Influnce of Inclined Magnetic Field Singh, CB (University of Nairobi.School of Mathematics, 1992)
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