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Echo occurrence in the southern polar ionosphere for the SuperDARN Dome C East and Dome C North radars

In this paper, echo occurrence rates for the Dome C East (DCE) and the new Dome C North (DCN) radars are studied. We report the ionospheric and ground scatter echo occurrence rates for selected periods around equinoxes and solstices in the final part of the solar cycle XXIV. The occurrence maps built in Altitude Adjusted Corrected Geomagnetic latitude and Magnetic Local Time coordinates show peculiar patterns highly variable with season. The comparisons of the radar observations with the International Reference Ionosphere mo ...

Marcucci, Maria; Coco, Igino; Massetti, Stefano; Pignalberi, Alessio; Forsythe, Victoriya; Pezzopane, Michael; Koustov, Alexander; Longo, Simona; Biondi, David; Simeoli, Enrico; Consolini, Giuseppe; Laurenza, Monica; Marchaudon, Aurélie; Satta, Andrea; Cirioni, Alessandro; De Simone, Angelo; Olivieri, Angelo; Baù, Alessandro; Salvati, Alberto;

Published by: Polar Science      Published on: jun

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1016/j.polar.2021.100684

Echo occurrence; IRI model; Polar cap radars; Ray-tracing


A multi-point perspective on the formation of polar cap arcs: kinetic modeling and observations by Cluster and TIMED

de Keyser, JM; Maggiolo, R; Echim, M; Simon, C; Zhang, Y; Trotignon, J;

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YEAR: 2010     DOI:

Lessons learned from hosting an Infrared Payload on a communications satellite

This paper highlights salient lessons learned from the United States Air Force s (USAF) Commercially Hosted Infrared Program (CHIRP) and discusses how they may apply to future hosted infrared (IR) payloads on geostationary orbit communication satellites (comsat). The primary goal of the CHIRP program is to perform a technological demonstration to advance the Technological Readiness Level (TRL) of staring Wide Field of View (WFOV) IR sensors and associated data processing. Its secondary goal is to show that commercially-hoste ...

Simonds, Joseph; Jacquot, Jie; Kersten, Charles; Lew, Patricia; Sullivan, George;

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YEAR: 2010     DOI: 10.1109/AERO.2010.5446744