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The white light coronagraph and IPS observations of CME's provide a direct monitoring of mass ejecta, but the rela- 3. These results were shown by Cane et al. [1982b] to be tion bances. Radio Scattering Observations of Spacecraft Signals The IPS technique has also been used on spacecraft signals. In addition to the interplanetary intensity fluctuations, phase scintillations and spectral broadening were shown to provide information on the solar wind properties over an extensive heliocentric range [Woo, 1978; Woo and Armstrong, 1979; Armstrong and Woo, 1981].
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