Planetary Space Weather
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Rosetta pressure proxy using peak-selection (red scatter points) compared to the Cravens neutral drag (blue line) model. Both of the illustrated results are averaged to remove the rapid pressure variations due to the high temporal resolution of the datasets. In most of October 2015 the spacecraft moved away from the comet and the diamagnetic cavity to its dayside excursion, therefore it was probably far away from the B0 maximum, therefore the results, especially the Cravens-solution, probably underestimate the actual pressure this month.

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