GUVI Biblio





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2016

Modeling the problem of low-orbital satellite UV-tomography of the ionosphere

The results of modeling the direct and inverse problems of low-orbital satellite ultraviolet (UV) tomography of the ionospheric 135.6 OI volume emission rate are presented. The direct problem was solved with the orbital geometry of DMSP block 5D3 satellites with SSUSI and SSULI UV spectrographs among the other payloads, the real operating parameters of these instruments (the scan rate and the interval of scan angles), and the set of the model distributions of the volume emission rate that contain irregularities on various ...

Nesterov, I.; Padokhin, A.; Andreeva, E.; Kalashnikova, S.;

Published by: Moscow University Physics Bulletin      Published on: 06/2016

YEAR: 2016     DOI: 10.3103/S0027134916030103

2010

Comparison of global ionospheric maps, high-orbital and low-orbital radio tomography.

Observations on the GPS receivers networks which are being actively developed at present provide the input data for constructing global ionospheric maps (GIM) of the distributions of total electron content (TEC) in the ionosphere. The methods applied in the GIM construction at several data processing centers are different although all based on the common idea of finding the appropriate model parameters to fit the selected model of the vertical distribution of electron density to the observed GPS data. At the same time, th ...

Kunitsyn, V.~E.; Andreeva, E.~S.; Nesterov, I.~A.; Kalashnikova, S.~A.; Padokhin, A.~M.;

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YEAR: 2010     DOI:



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