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Description and catalog of ionospheric F-region data, Jicamarca radar observatory (November 1966-April 1969)
  • Published Date:
    1976
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  • Corporate Authors:
    United States, Environmental Data Service, ; World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics ;
  • Series:
    Report UAG ; 53
  • Document Type:
  • Description:
    "This report basically describes equatorial ionospheric F-region data reduced from the Jicamara radar Observatory (JRO) incoherent scatter observations for the particular periods. It lists in catalog form the times of the observations made during those periods. These F-region data include the electronconcentration, NE, and the electron and ion temperatures, Te and Ti. The data were inferred from the incoherent scatter observations of JRO which is located at S11.95 E283.13. JRO is the only incoherent scatter observatory close to the magnetic equator at 2° magnetic dip. For the period 11 November 1966 to 29 April 1969, Ne, Te and Ti data reduced from the JRO observations are now available both in digital form (on magnetic tape) and in graphical and tabular form (on microfilm) from the World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics. Some results of similar analyses are already published, in particular the Ne data were presented in graphical form appeared in other published papers and reports. Ionospheric drift velocity measurements reduced from the JRO incoherent scatter observations for the period of July 1967 to March 1970 are found in an earlier UAG report, Report UAG-17 [Balsley et al., 1971]"--Introduction.

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