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author = {Klein, KG and Spence, H and Alexandrova, O and Argall, M and Arzamasskiy, L and Bookbinder, J and Broeren, T and Caprioli, D and Case, A and Chandran, B and Chen, L-J and Dors, I and Eastwood, J and Forsyth, C and Galvin, A and Genot, V and Halekas, J and Hesse, M and Hine, B and Horbury, T and Jian, L and Kasper, J and Kretzschmar, M and Kunz, M and Lavraud, B and Le, Contel O and Mallet, A and Maruca, B and Matthaeus, W and Niehof, J and OBrien, H and Owen, C and Retinò, A and Reynolds, C and Roberts, O and Schekochihin, A and Skoug, R and Smith, C and Smith, S and Steinberg, J and Stevens, M and Szabo, A and TenBarge, J and Torbert, R and Vasquez, B and Verscharen, D and Whittlesey, P and Wickizer, B and Zank, G and Zweibel, E},
doi = {10.1007/s11214-023-01019-0},
journal = {Space Science Reviews},
title = {HelioSwarm: a multipoint, multiscale mission to characterize turbulence},
url = {},
volume = {219},
year = {2023}

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AB - HelioSwarm (HS) is a NASA Medium-Class Explorer mission of the Heliophysics Division designed to explore the dynamic three-dimensional mechanisms controlling the physics of plasma turbulence, a ubiquitous process occurring in the heliosphere and in plasmas throughout the universe. This will be accomplished by making simultaneous measurements at nine spacecraft with separations spanning magnetohydrodynamic and sub-ion spatial scales in a variety of near-Earth plasmas. In this paper, we describe the scientific background for the HS investigation, the mission goals and objectives, the observatory reference trajectory and instrumentation implementation before the start of Phase B. Through multipoint, multiscale measurements, HS promises to reveal how energy is transferred across scales and boundaries in plasmas throughout the universe.
AU - Klein,KG
AU - Spence,H
AU - Alexandrova,O
AU - Argall,M
AU - Arzamasskiy,L
AU - Bookbinder,J
AU - Broeren,T
AU - Caprioli,D
AU - Case,A
AU - Chandran,B
AU - Chen,L-J
AU - Dors,I
AU - Eastwood,J
AU - Forsyth,C
AU - Galvin,A
AU - Genot,V
AU - Halekas,J
AU - Hesse,M
AU - Hine,B
AU - Horbury,T
AU - Jian,L
AU - Kasper,J
AU - Kretzschmar,M
AU - Kunz,M
AU - Lavraud,B
AU - Le,Contel O
AU - Mallet,A
AU - Maruca,B
AU - Matthaeus,W
AU - Niehof,J
AU - OBrien,H
AU - Owen,C
AU - Retinò,A
AU - Reynolds,C
AU - Roberts,O
AU - Schekochihin,A
AU - Skoug,R
AU - Smith,C
AU - Smith,S
AU - Steinberg,J
AU - Stevens,M
AU - Szabo,A
AU - TenBarge,J
AU - Torbert,R
AU - Vasquez,B
AU - Verscharen,D
AU - Whittlesey,P
AU - Wickizer,B
AU - Zank,G
AU - Zweibel,E
DO - 10.1007/s11214-023-01019-0
PY - 2023///
SN - 0038-6308
TI - HelioSwarm: a multipoint, multiscale mission to characterize turbulence
T2 - Space Science Reviews
UR -
UR -
VL - 219
ER -