GUVI Biblio





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2005

Compact FUV camera concept for space weather applications

Far ultraviolet (FUV) images of Earth from space have proven invaluable in revealing contextual phenomena associated with space weather in the high latitude auroral regions and in the mid and equatorial regions. Images of this nature can be used to investigate compelling questions associated with the interaction of the ionosphere/mesosphere-magnetosphere-solar wind. Observations using images that lead to quantitative analyses are required to significantly advance the state of knowledge with regard to the affects of space wea ...

Spann, James; Fineschi, Silvano; Viereck, Rodney;

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YEAR: 2005     DOI: 10.1117/12.615201

Camera; Filters; far ultraviolet; space weather; MI coupling; Ionosphere; AURORA; Geospace

2004

Quiet-time seasonal behavior of the thermosphere seen in the far ultraviolet dayglow

The TIMED/GUVI instrument is a far ultraviolet spectrograph that obtains images in five spectrally resolved wavelength channels. These images yield information on the dayside composition, temperature, solar EUV flux, large-scale wave structures, and auroral processes. In this paper we present an overview analysis of Earth-disk images for four seasons (March, July, and September 2002 and January 2003). Days were selected during geomagnetically quiet periods when the Sun was nearly in the orbital plane (noon orbits). Two of ...

Strickland, D.; Meier, R.; Walterscheid, R.; Christensen, A.; Paxton, L.; Morrison, D.; Craven, J.; Crowley, G.;

Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research      Published on: 01/2004

YEAR: 2004     DOI: 10.1029/2003JA010220

far ultraviolet; remote sensing; seasonal behavior; thermosphere



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