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Fig. 3


Simulated ribbon flux from locations along the elliptical fits, as a function of azimuthal angle about the circularity plot center (negative to positive angle is counterclockwise in Fig. 2). In the left panels we show the ribbon flux at each energy (different rows) for the slow, intermediate, and fast SW (solid curves), as well as the heliolatitude location of the ribbon (dashed curves). The shaded regions correspond to locations of the ribbon lying within ±35° heliolatitude. Notice that the left y-axis is in log 10 scaling. In the right panels we show the components of the ribbon flux that originated from outward-propagating, primary ENAs born in the IHS, the supersonic SW (SSW), and the total.

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