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03 July 2009

RESEARCH ON MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN SOLAR-TERRESTRIAL SPACE AT LAPAN WATUKOSEK 2006

Proceeding National Seminar on Space Science III, Lapan, Bandung, 2007

RESEARCH ON MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC TRANSPORT
PHENOMENA IN SOLAR-TERRESTRIAL SPACE
AT LAPAN WATUKOSEK 2006

Bambang Setiahadi1, Takashi Sakurai2, Hideaki Miyazaki2 and Eijiro Hiei2
1Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)
Watukosek, Gempol P.O. Box 04, Pasuruan 67155, Indonesia
2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ)
Mitaka-shi, Osawa, Tokyo 181-8588, Japan
E-mail: bsetiap@sby.centrin.net.id

Abstract
Physical interactions in solar-terrestrial space are mostly magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) transport phenomena. The phenomena have been much well understood by utilizing theories derived from fundamental interactions in MHD plasma state. Furthermore, the over-all physical processes and propagation in space can be described as the MHD transport phenomena. There are many advances in solar magnetohydrodynamo (MHDo) research during the last decade. These include research on solar convective layers, the dynamics of active regions at solar surface, the super-active solar corona, the interplanetary magnetic-plasma field propagations, as well as the planetary-magnetospheric plasma dynamics. Our research is intended to initiate the efforts in developing an aeronautics and space early warning at LAPAN Watukosek.
Key words: MHD interactions, transport phenomena, solar-terrestrial space, aeronautics and space early warning

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