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Comments on “A new method to subtract dayglow for auroral observation of SSUSI in LBH ranges based on the improved AURIC” by Wang et al. (2021)
A paper A new method to subtract dayglow for auroral observation of SSUSI in LBH ranges based on the improved AURIC reports a new method to estimate the dayglow intensities in DMSP/SSUSI LBH bands using an improved AURIC model. It is claimed that the new method offers a better alternative than the SSUSI operational algorithm which uses a data based table. The paper showed a few examples and compared them with SSSUI operational results. The comparison indicated that the new method didn t offer any improvement and provided net ...
Zhang, Yongliang; Paxton, Larry; Schaefer, Robert;
Published by: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics Published on: mar
YEAR: 2022   DOI: 10.1016/j.jastp.2022.105833
A new method to subtract dayglow for auroral observation of SSUSI in LBH ranges based on the improved AURIC
A new method to remove the dayglow components for auroral observations from the Special Sensor Ultraviolet Spectrographic Imager (SSUSI) aboard the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) F16 in Lyman-Birge-Hopfield (LBH) ranges based on the improved Atmospheric Ultraviolet Radiance Integrated Code (AURIC) algorithm is proposed in this study. This method is developed by determining the coefficients between the dayglow intensities calculated by the improved AURIC algorithm and the dayglow components from SSUSI in the ...
Wang, JiaKe; Ding, GuangXing; Yu, Miao; Wang, HaiFeng;
Published by: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics Published on: jan
YEAR: 2021   DOI: 10.1016/j.jastp.2020.105517
On the Relationship of the O(1D) 630.0 nm Dayglow Emission to the F10.7 cm Solar Flux and the Solar Zenith Angle
The Wind Imaging Interferometer (WINDII) Empirical Model, which provides the characteristics of the O(1D) 630.0 nm atomic oxygen dayglow emission from the upper atmosphere has been reviewed and updated. It now includes the Integrated Emission Rate, the peak Volume Emission Rate, the Altitude of that peak and the Full Width at Half Maximum as functions of the F10.7 cm Solar Radio Flux and the solar zenith angle (SZA). The model employs 98,617 WINDII observations obtained between the years 1992 and 1996, and the model and obse ...
Shepherd, Gordon; Cho, Young-Min;
Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics Published on:
YEAR: 2021   DOI: 10.1029/2020JA028715
dayglow; empirical model; O(1D) Emission; solar radio flux; solar zenith angle; upper atmosphere
Contributions of imaging Echelle spectrographs to daytime optical aeronomy
We present a brief overview of the contributions made by high spectral resolution imaging spectrographs that are capable of obtaining daytime airglow and auroral emissions in the presence of scattered solar background continuum, to the advancement in our understanding of the dynamics in daytime upper atmosphere. By making use of ground-based OI 6300 angstrom daytime emissions from various geomagnetic latitudes this technique has succeeded in demonstrating many interesting and first of their kind results ranging from ionosphe ...
Pallamraju, D.; Chakrabarti, S.;
Published by: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics Published on:
YEAR: 2006   DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2005.05.013
dayglow; AURORA; Spectroscopy; Optical techniques; Thermosphere–ionosphere coupling; space weather
First look at the 20 November 2003 superstorm with TIMED/GUVI: Comparisons with a thermospheric global circulation model
The NASA TIMED/GUVI experiment obtained unprecedented far ultraviolet images of thermospheric composition and temperature during the intense geomagnetic storm on 20\textendash21 November 2003. Geographic maps of the atomic oxygen to molecular nitrogen column density ratio show severe depletions that extend to the equator near the peak of the storm. This ratio is a key indicator of how the thermospheric composition is disrupted at high latitudes and how the perturbed air moves globally as a result of dynamical forcing. For ...
Meier, R.; Crowley, G.; Strickland, D.; Christensen, A.; Paxton, L.; Morrison, D.; Hackert, C.;
Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research Published on: 09/2005
YEAR: 2005   DOI: 10.1029/2004JA010990
dayglow; geomagnetic storm; GUVI; remote sensing; thermospheric composition; TIMED