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This paper tests the Araki  computational model of the Earth-ionosphere system during geomagnetic sudden commencement (sc). In particular, we test the model’s ability to predict the signs of the preliminary and main impulses, given the latitude and the magnetic local time (MLT), using a case study of an sc which occurred at 0949 UT on November 22, 1997. Data from a global network of magnetometer stations and from satellites are used. Model predictions compare well with the case study data at high latitudes (above ∼ 72°N Altitude Adjusted Corrected Geomagnetic Coordinates (AACGM)), less well for lower latitudes, particularly on the nightside. In addition, the position of the footprints of the field-aligned currents (FACs) associated with the sc ground signature varies with MLT, contrary to the model. Data from satellites in polar and geostationary orbits suggest that the FACs for both the preliminary and the main impulses map to gradients in magnetospheric plasma concentration, such as the outer radiation belt and the plasmapause.
Gabonese striker Pierre Eric Aubameyang has been named 2015 African Player of the Year at a colourful ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria.The 26-year-old beat Manchester City’s Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure who was seeking to win a record fifth title and Ghana’s Andre Ayew of Ghana to the award.Aubameyang benefited from his excellent club performance throughout the year despite failing to win a major trophy with DortmundThe speedy striker finished the second half of 2015 with 27 goals in 27 appearances.Aubameyang earned 143 points while Yaya Toure and Andre Ayew earned 136 and 112 points to finish second and third respectively.This is the second time Andre Ayew has placed third at the African Player of the Year after finishing in the same position in 2011. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports