ISWI Newsletter - Vol.4 No.69
18 June 2012

Dear ISWI Participant:

The following is a note from Dr Hans Haubold concerning Voyager-I and investigations of the heliosheath.

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Voyager-I news right here:

Voyager-I has reached the edge of our solar system and is recording data of the heliosheath. Voyager-I was launched in 1977 and is providing data on the heliosphere since then. Recently we analysed data (see attached) of Voyager-I to confirm the q-triplet model of non-extensive statistical mechanics as developed by Prof. Constantino Tsallis (Brazil/US) who made lasting contributions to UN/ESA/NASA/JAXA Workshops on BSS/IHY/ISWI in the past. The attached paper was developed by a group of BSS/IHY/ISWI people lead by Prof. Mathai of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences (Canada/India). Prof. Mathai contributed to the workshops since the beginning in 1991 and data analysis as shown in the attached paper continues based on new results from Voyager-I.

Best regards, Hans
Professor Hans J. Haubold
UN Office for Outer Space Affairs
Vienna International Centre
P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria
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Most sincerely yours,
George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.


(1) A. Haubold, H.J. Haubold, and D. Kumar Heliosheath: Diffusion Entropy Analysis and Nonextensivity q-Triplet 700 KB pdf, 10 pages, (click ) arXiv:1202.3417v1 [physics.gen-ph]

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