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Solution-adaptive magnetohydrodynamics for space plasmas: Sun-to-Earth simulations

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Space-environment simulations, particularly those involving space plasma, present significant computational challenges. Global computational models based on magnetohydrodynamics equations are essential to understanding the solar system's plasma phenomena, including the large-scale solar corona, the solar wind's interaction with planetary magnetospheres, comets, and interstellar medium, and the initiation, structure, and evolution of solar eruptive events.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 2 )