with the MEASURE,
and AGO stations will create an almost complete, cusp-to-cusp-long
meridional chain at approximately 0° magnetic
meridian, which will be located 12 hours of local
time from the 210° chain.
Each one of these
two long meridional chains by itself provides an excellent
tool for studying the latitudinal propagation characteristics
and variations of pulsations, and can therefore track
the transfer of energy from the solar wind to the
inner magnetosphere at one local time. Combined together
they will offer an unprecedented opportunity for the
global study of the energy transfer and its modes.
For example noon-midnight, dawn-dusk, and conjugate
studies at all latitudes will be possible for the