2 edition of Ionosphere topside sounder studies found in the catalog.
Ionosphere topside sounder studies
John O. Thomas
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration; for sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. in Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||by J. O. Thomas [and others.|
|Series||NASA technical note D-2882, D-2921, NASA technical note ;, D-2882, etc.|
|LC Classifications||TL521 .A3525 no. 2882, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||65062161|
Alouette I Topside Sounder satellite on the 75th meridian from heights of km to km. The comparison is made for three periods of the day during which pressure is expected to be increasing (morning), nearly constant (afternoon), and decreasing (evening), as indicated by simultaneous studies of foF2 diurnal behavior. Studies of the Topside Ionosphere With the Alouette Satellite bY T. M. Watt GPO PRICE $ CSFTI PRICE(S) $ Hard copy (HC) Microfiche (M F) 2 April ff July 65 Technical Report NO. 9 Prepared under National Aeronautics and Space Administration Grant la P L a ITHRUI I L > /.
This region above the F layer peak and below the plasmasphere is called the topside ionosphere. From to NASA launched the AEROS and AEROS B satellites to study the F region. . Topside sounder studies of corpuscular radiation effects on the ionosphere during quiet and disturbed conditions: Authors: King, J. W.; Smith, P Studies of electron scale heights obtained from topside ionograms lead to the conclusion that energetic particles do not usually affect the ionospheric plasma temperature at heights of or
60 The Topside Ionosphere is the name given to the rest 10 2 1 03 10 6 10 7 1 0 8 of the ionosphere above the F region peak. In a simple DENSITY (cm-3) model of the ionosphere, the density of the topside iono-Figure Total ionization profile with ionospheric layers. sphere decreases exponentially with height with some char-. Digisonde ionospheric sounders installed at 80+ locations in the world have gradually evolved their generally independent existence into a Global Ionospheric Radio Observatory (GIRO) portal. Today GIRO provides public access to 30+ million records of ionospheric measurements collected at 64 locations, of which 42 provide realtime feeds, publishing their measurement data within several Cited by:
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Ionosphere topside sounder studies. 1- the reduction of alouette i ionograms to electron density profiles Item Preview. Ionosphere topside sounder studies. ii- the calculation of the electron density and the magnetic field parameters at the alouette i orbit.
by B. Briggs,L. Colin,M. Covert,M. Rycroft,J. O Thomas. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. Ionosphere Topside Sounder program - electron density and geomagnetic field at Alouette I orbit.
Request PDF | Radio sounding in space: Magnetosphere and topside ionosphere | Modern sounding techniques have been developed for the space-borne exploration of Earth's magnetosphere and topside. signals through multiple channels. In this study, a novel strategy for topside ionosphere sounder by employing advantage of MIMO radar with frequency division and code division (FDCD) is proposed.
An introduction to the principle of ionosphere sounding is given in Section 2. After discussing the proposed scheme in Section 3, the.  A brief review is presented to illustrate how the knowledge and experience gained from investigations of ionospheric topside‐sounder ionograms has benefited scientific research beyond the ionosphere.
In particular, to the interpretation of (1) natural radio emissions from space plasmas, (2) sounder‐stimulated echoes and plasma emissions, and plasma diagnostics in planetary Cited by: 7. Sounder Model (TSM) which is an empirical model for the O+-H+ transition height (h T), the topside electron density scale height (H T), and their ratio R T = H T/h T.
TSM equations are based on vertical electron density proﬁles (EDP) measured by the topside sounders onboard Alouette-1a, 1b, 1c, and 2, and ISIS-1 and -2 (Bilitza ). second has to do with the contribution of the topside ionosphere and plasmasphere to TEC. Although the densities are low compared to the F layer peak, the path length is long, and as indicated above, the topside and plasmaspheric densities are not well known.
Therefore the sounder observations of the topside densities and theirCited by: Abstract The effects of nonvertical propagation on high-altitude topside sounder data reduction are investigated. Although the extraordinary, ordinary, and Z rays exhibit significant lateral deviation in a spherically stratified ionosphere, the resultant effects on analysis accuracy are generally tolerable; however ionospheric tilts produce very large effects.
Abstract. Studies of electron scale heights obtained from topside ionograms lead to the conclusion that energetic particles do not usually affect the ionospheric plasma temperature at heights of or km. During magnetic disturbances, however, the electron scale heights in the region of the South Atlantic magnetic anomaly, but not at other longitudes, appear to be abnormal, possibly as the result of Cited by: ISIS (International Satellites for Ionospheric Studies) is a cooperative satellite project of NASA and the Canadian Defence Research Board to continue and expand ionospheric experiments of the Alouette 1 topside sounder satellite.
The name was devised in January by John Chapman, project manager of the Canadian team; O. Anderson, NASA Office of International Affairs; and other members.
Confirmation of Plasma Bulge in Polar Region Topside Ionosphere By analyses of the PWS-sounder ionogram in the polar region topside ionosphere, 29 cases of the bulge structures  have been observed for the 6, cases of the analyzed ionograms obtained during paths of the polar region passage of the Akebono satellite, in January Author: H.
Oya, Y. Katoh, K. Kobayashi. The existing uncertainties about the electron density profiles in the topside ionosphere, i.e., in the height region from hmF2 to ~ km, require the search for new data sources.
The ISIS and Alouette topside sounder satellites from the sixties to the eighties recorded millions of ionograms and most were not analyzed in terms of electron density profiles. The main topic of this Task Force Activity was the modeling of the topside ionosphere and the development of strategies for modeling of ionospheric variability.
Each day during the workshop week the team debated a specific modeling problem in the morning during informal presentations and round table discussions of all participants.
topside sounding technique and experi-ments, and then proceed to the major conclusions in the following areas: the ambient ionosphere and the equatorial anomaly, irregularities in the distribu-tion of electron density, the structure of the high-latitude ionosphere, and finally, various studies of plasma phys-ics.
Topside Sounding Technique. Both topside N e profiles and the ionospheric topside-sounder ionogram database used to determine such profiles are available at the NSSDC. The Alouette-2 and ISIS-1 data are of particular interest for determining the transition from O + to H + domination since the high apogee (∼ km) of these satellites increases the chances of obtaining profiles to sufficient altitudes to determine the transition Cited by: 9.
Studies of the composition and temperature of the upper ionosphere as deduced from electron distribution observed by the topside sounder satellite King, J.
Legg, : J. King, J. Legg, P. Smith. Topside sounder satellite studies of the equatorial ionosphere during quite and disturbed conditionsAuthor: J. King, D. Eccles, A. Legg. Ionosphere topside sounder studies. 1- the reduction of alouette i ionograms to electron density profiles.
By B. Briggs, M. Covert, J. Thomas, M. Rycroft and L. Colin. Get PDF (2 MB) Abstract. Mathematical procedures and digital computer programs for converting observed topside curves into electron density profile. In book: World Ionosphere/Thermosphere Study WITS handbook N2, Publisher: SCOSTEP Publishing, Editors: Liu C.H., pp The data presented are.
Publications based on data from the Alouette/ISIS data Restoration Project. Science Papers: Benson, R. F., Ionospheric investigations using digital Alouette/ISIS topside ionograms, in Ionospheric Effects Symposium, edited by J.
M. Goodman, pp.Technology for Communications International/BR Communications, Alexandria, Virginia, topside sounding technique and experi-ments, and then proceed to the major conclusions in the following areas: the ambient ionosphere and the equatorial anomaly, irregularities in the distribu-tion of electron density, the structure of the high-latitude ionosphere, and finally, various studies of plasma phys-ics.
Topside Sounding Technique Free Cited by: The instrument is designed for a small satellite and integrates an RF Topside-Ionosphere-Sounder (TIS) with Double-Probe (DP) electric field sensors. Availability of six booms, configured into three orthogonal dipoles and 3 isolated double probes, is assumed.