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Fig. 9. Schematic diagram showing the location of the dominant scattering zones along the line of sight and two examples of interplanetary disturbances inferred by Gapper et al. : corotating (left) and transient (right) disturbances, the latter being sketched for several consecutive days. S, E denote the sun, earth. tinuously over a wider range of solar elongations (Figure 9). Both a corotating stream and a transient shell were observed in the form of long-lived enhancements of scintillations which were identified with regions of compressed plasma moving outward in front of high-speed regions later observed at I AU.
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