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The paper is concerned with the variations of solar wind kinetic energy, ion thermal energy, ion flux and momentum as observed by near-Earth spacecraft over time scales from seconds to several days. The mean values of these fluxes and characteristics of their variability are discussed. The average variations of kinetic energy and momentum flux are about 10% of the mean values over a one-hour interval. Consideration is given to the differences in the energy and momentum flux for low-velocity anddoi:10.5636/jgg.43.supplement1_89 fatcat:n4mbmoemyzdolhkamnrdhrmxfi