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Quantifying the Propagation of Fast Coronal Mass Ejections from the Sun to Interplanetary Space by Combining Remote Sensing and Multi-point In Situ Observations

  • Authors: Xiaowei Zhao, Ying D. Liu, Huidong Hu, and Rui Wang

2019 The Astrophysical Journal 882 122.

  • Provider: AAS Journals

Caption: Figure 1.

Left: coronagraph running-difference images from LASCO and corresponding GCS modeling (green grids) for the 1997 November 4 CME. Right: projection of the modeled CME at 07:44:49 UT onto the ecliptic plane. The red arrow indicates the solar source location (S14°W33°). The blue arrow shows the CME propagation direction from the GCS model (S04°W29°). Ulysses was 2° south and 114.°6 west of the Earth when the CME erupted from the Sun (see Table 1).

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