Communication between interplanetary shock waves, koronalny emissions and solar flashes was in details investigated by N.Sheeley, etc. (198 which, in particular, showed that 72% of the shock waves which are observed onboard the Helios-1 spacecraft were connected with big low-latitude koronalny emissions. At the same time only 52% of the same shock waves were connected with solar flashes.
Thus, the conclusion about non-participation of solar flashes in interplanetary shock waves is represented not absolutely convincing, and we will still consider solar flashes as one of the main sources of high-speed streams in a solar wind.
In formulas (describing a parkerovsky spiral of Archimedes for an interplanetary magnetic field in the plane of the solar equator which is almost coinciding with the plane of an ecliptic, the size Br, B - radial and azimuthal components of a vector of magnetic induction, - the angular speed of rotation of the Sun, V – the radial speed of a solar wind, an index 0 belongs to a point of a solar crown in which the size of a magnetic field is known.
Except electrons and protons in interplanetary space alpha particles (about several percent, a small amount of heavier particles, and also a magnetic field which average size of induction appeared in Earth orbit about several scales (=10-5 Gs were found.).
Despite statically significant communication between sporadic streams and solar flashes, unambiguous communication between them is absent, that is, on the one hand, the flashes which are not causing shock waves are observed and, with another – the high-speed streams which are not preceded by flashes are observed.
The conclusion about independence of a solar wind on width on the basis of cometary supervision was not rather reliable because of complexity of their inerpritation, and supervision of a solar crown showed that it is non-uniform both on width and on longitude, and also is subject to the strong temporary changes connected with 11 – a summer cycle of solar activity, and with various non-stationary processes with shorter time interval. (For example, with flashes)