Do corpuscles of the Earth’s radiation belts move around the Earth? What are their trajectories?

These particles cannot revolve around the Earth, as this is prevented by the Lorentz force from the Earth’s magnetic field. The corpuscles move along spiral paths along magnetic lines of force from one polar region to another.

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