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Table 2

Details of the 36 pairs. A number is assigned to each pair. Pairs are sorted first by target names and then in chronological order. id refers to the event number in the list of Winslow et al. (2015). t obsMESS, t obsTAR, , , and v Tar are defined in Section 2. Δt V500 = t obsTAR − t predV500 and Δt Vmess = t obsTAR − t predVmes. Note that Δt V500 and Δt Vmess are time differences between observations and predictions.

Pair Target Id t obsMESS t obsTAR Cat. Δt Vmess
Δt V500


v Tar
hh:mm hh:mm km s−1 km s−1 km s−1
#01 VEX W02 2011-Jun-04 15:12 Jun-05 05:25 ICME 03:31 −18:59 1552 1165
#02 VEX W03 2011-Jun-05 03:31 Jun-05 12:10 ICME 01:34 −24:44 2359 1920
#03 VEX W04 2011-Jun-11 04:25 VOID
#04 VEX W08 2011-Oct-05 02:32 Oct-05 20:10 ICME 07:04 −07:01 1166 700
#05 VEX W09 2011-Oct-15 08:26 Oct-16 01:00 ICME 05:02 −05:27 954 665
#06 VEX W10 2011-Nov-04 15:09 Nov-05 03:45 ICME 01:33 −11:05 1071 940 780
#07 VEX W20 2012-Mar-04 10:34 Mar-05 18:30 ICME 11:43 −02:07 842 535
#08 VEX W21 2012-Mar-05 12:28 Mar-06 08:25 ICME 08:14 −13:57 1447 850
#09 VEX W22 2012-Mar-07 04:37 VOID
#10 VEX W23 2012-Mar-12 13:47 NO DATA
#11 VEX W31 2012-Aug-09 11:33 Aug-10 19:30 ICME° 02:15 02:04 503 460
#12 VEX W47 2013-Oct-26 11:07 Oct-27 11:15 ICME 02:03 −07:17 712 650 450
#13 VEX W48 2013-Oct-27 12:35 *
#14 VEX W56 2014-Feb-17 04:16 VOID 821
#15 VEX W58 2014-Jul-27 16:01 Jul-29 09:00 ICME 00:07 06:44 419 420
#16 ACE W43 2013-Jul-11 01:05 Jul-12 16:30 ICME −02:27 −07:03 555 590 440
#17 ACE W49 2013-Oct-29 07:15 Oct-30 18:45 ICME° 03:54 −18:29 854 760 360
#18 ACE W55 2014-Feb-13 04:51 Feb-15 12:40 ICME 24:42 02:11 865 480 470
#19 ACE W56 2014-Feb-17 04:16 Feb-19 03:10 ICME 15:16 −05:03 821 555 480
#20 ST-A W01 2011-May-19 11:50 May-21 09:20 ICME 21:59 00:16 962 495 470
#21 ST-A W06 2011-Sep-06 23:33 Sep-08 16:05 ICME 00:55 −14:09 690 675 360
#22 ST-A W14 2011-Dec-31 16:27 NO DATA
#23 ST-A W15 2012-Jan-02 18:28 Jan-04 16:40 ICME 10:17 02:16 612 475 390
#24 ST-A W16 2012-Jan-03 04:52 *
#25 ST-A W17 2012-Jan-03 17:56 *
#26 ST-A W25 2012-May-08 08:39 May-10 21:45 ICME 34:36 14:31 879 380 310
#27 ST-A W26 2012-May-17 12:09 May-18 12:40 ICME 05:34 −26:26 1344 1035 770
#28 ST-A W40 2013-May-01 05:45 May-02 21:00 ICME −07:33 −10:16 529 630 510
#29 ST-A W44 2013-Aug-20 12:41 Aug-22 07:05 ICME 15:11 −10:40 975 625 540
#30 ST-A W59 2014-Aug-09 19:39 Aug-11 09:00 ICME −12:56 −14:45 518 695 490
#31 ST-B W10 2011-Nov-04 15:09 Nov-06 05:10 ICME 13:02 −15:29 1071 705
#32 ST-B W11 2011-Nov-14 02:06 Nov-17 02:05 IP 16:37 14:51 516 395
#33 ST-B W41 2013-May-19 18:53 May-22 22:50 ICME −08:22 18:27 341 380
#34 ST-B W45 2013-Sep-05 13:39 Sep-07 22:00 IP 14:21 04:56 612 455
#35 ST-B W46 2013-Sep-12 23:36 Sep-15 14:00 ICME 12:23 13:05 493 395
#36 ST-B W59 2014-Aug-09 19:39 Aug-11 05:50 ICME −19:21 −21:06 518 810 620

Shock is listed in public catalogs.

*

ICME interacts with the previous one.

°

There is no sheath preceding the magnetic ejecta.

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