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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Large compressions of the magnetopause are proposed to occasionally result from temporary encounters of the magnetosphere with dust streams in interplanetary space. Such streams may have their origin in cometary dust tails or asteroids which cross the inner heliosphere or in meteoroids in Earth's vicinity. Dust ejected from such objects when embedding the magnetosphere for their limited transition time should cause substantial global deformations of thedoi:10.5194/angeo-29-2219-2011 fatcat:bt5y5qy2xfgnnb2ieve47jmjnm