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written by David Stern
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This web page provides an outline of the planetary magnetospheres found in the solar system, and interactions with energetic particles from a number of sources.  Links are given to more detailed descriptions of magnetospheres, cosmic rays, and energetic particles from the sun.  Historical information is also provided.  This is part of a larger web site on the Earth's Magnetosphere.  Spanish and French translations are available.
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© 1996 David P. Stern
cosmic rays, solar wind
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