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Modeling the superstorm in the 24th solar cycle
Earth, Planets and Space
The St. Patrick's Day phenomenon is a geomagnetic storm that deserves serious discussion because of its intensity and effectiveness. This study focuses on the St. Patrick's Day storm on March 17, 2015, which is the first big storm of the 24th solar cycle. The data obtained from various spacecrafts observing the ionosphere reveal the reputation and the strength of the storm. The author tries to discuss the event as a whole with all its parameters. Variables of the study are the solar winddoi:10.1186/s40623-019-1002-1 fatcat:lqpv4qnnerhhngfffx2nhnpnj4