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Investigation of Auroral Structeres by Highorbital Radiotomography and Globalionospheric Maps during Current Cycle of Solar Activity

Andreeva, ES; Kalashnikova, S; , Kunitsyn; Nesterov, IA; Tumanova, YS;

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YEAR: 2013     DOI:

Impact of rocket exhaust plumes on atmospheric composition and climate--an overview

Rockets are the only direct anthropogenic emission sources into the upper atmosphere. Gaseous rocket emissions include CO, N2, H2, H2O, and CO2, while solid rocket motors (SRM) additionally inject significant amounts of aluminum oxide (Al2O3) particles and gaseous chlorine species into the atmosphere. These emissions strongly perturb local atmospheric trace gas and aerosol distributions. Here, previous aircraft measurements in various rocket exhaust plumes ...

Voigt, Ch.; Schumann, U.; Graf, K.; Gottschaldt, K.-D.;

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YEAR: 2013     DOI: 10.1051/eucass/201304657


Measurements of X-ray emission from rocket-triggered lightning

, Dwyer; Rassoul, HK; Al-Dayeh, M; Caraway, L; Wright, B; Chrest, A; Uman, MA; Rakov, VA; Rambo, KJ; Jordan, DM; , others;

Published by: Geophysical Research Letters      Published on:

YEAR: 2004     DOI:


GNSS-Based Radio Tomographic Studies of the Ionosphere at Different Latitudes

We present the results of ionospheric imaging by the radio tomographic (RT) methods based on the Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). GNSS include the first-generation low orbiting (LO) systems (Tsikada, Transit, etc.) and second-generation high orbiting (HO) systems (GPS and GLONASS, which have been put in operation, and Galileo, BeiDou, and QZSS systems, which are currently under development in Europe, China, and Japan).

Kunitsyn, Vyacheslav; Andreeva, Elena; Nesterov, Ivan; Tumanova, Yulia; Fedyunin, Yuri;

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