- Conference date: 21–26 June 2009
- Location: Saint‐Malo, (France)
Interplanetary scintillation (IPS) allows us to determine solar wind velocity and density structures over a relatively short time by employing computer assisted tomography. This method can be applied to forecast solar wind changes for a few days prior to its reaching Earth. We have been attempting solar wind forecasting by using IPS data observed at Solar‐Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STELab), Japan. Here we introduce the solar wind forecast using STELab‐IPS and evaluated dependences of the accuracy of the STELab‐IPS forecasts on a number of line‐of‐sight observed with IPS and a solar activity by comparing comparing them with in situ measurements.
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