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Data on solar-geophysical activity, October 24-November 6, 1968
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Data on solar-geophysical activity, October 24-November 6, 1968
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    United States, Environmental Science Services Administration., Research Laboratories.
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    "This report is the result of the response to the call for contributions for a data compilation on this period in late October to early November 1968 which included considerable solar flare activity and solar proton events followed by major geomagnetic and ionospheric disturbance, The contributions amounted to such volume it was decided to publish the report in two parts to permit easier handling. As with Report UAG-5, "Data on Solar Event of May 23, 1967 and its geophysical Effects", issued February 1969, some of the data published in "Solar-Geophysical Data" are repeated here, and other reports routinely sent to World Data Center A - Upper Atmosphere Geophysics have been utilized. The value of this compilation, however, is because of the many contributions made by scientists throughout the world. It should be noted that each person's contribution has been prepared without the benefit of seeing the other contributions. Thus there will be repetition but from different viewpoints. The data are grouped into 13 sections. In a few cases the introductory text has been supplied by the compiler. only minor editing, if any, has been made to the original contributions. The contributors are identified in detail in the various subsections, and without them this report would not have been possible. Their cooperation is gratefully acknowledged"--Introduction.

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