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UV Radiation from the night-time atmosphere seen from the "universitetsky-tatiana" satellite

Title
UV Radiation from the night-time atmosphere seen from the "universitetsky-tatiana" satellite
Authors
Dmitriev A.V.Garipov G.K.Grigoryan O.R.Khrenov B.A.Klimov P.A.Lazutin L.L.Myagkova I.N.Petrov A.N.Petrov V.L.Panasyuk M.I.Tulupov V.I.Shahparonov V.M.Shirokov A.V.Vedenkin N.N.Yashin I.V.Jeon J.A.Jeong S.M.Jung A.Klm I.E.Klm W.S.Lee J.Lee H.Y.Nam G.W.Nam S.W.Oh S.J.Park I.H.Park J.H.Jin J.Y.Kim M.Kim Y.K.Yoo B.W.Park Y.-S.Yoo H.J.Lee C.H.Salazar H.I.Martinez O.B.Ponce E.L.Cotsomi I.P.
Ewha Authors
박일흥남신우박재형
Issue Date
2009
Journal Title
AIP Conference Proceedings
ISSN
0094-243XJCR Link
Citation
vol. 1118, pp. 116 - 123
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
Detectors on the "Universitetsky-Tatiana" satellite measured a smoothly varying intensity of UV radiation from the night-time atmosphere in the nadir direction and the intensity of the energetic electron flux at the orbit. At high latitudes the UV intensity in the auroral oval is interpreted as being due to electrons penetrating into the atmosphere. At middle latitudes the UV intensity is an order of magnitude less and more data are needed to reveal the origin of this radiation. Millisecond flashes of UV radiation were observed. The flashes' energy, temporal profile and global distribution are similar to these parameters for Transient Luminous Events (TLEs). These studies will be continued aboard the next satellite "Tatiana-2". © 2009 American Institute of Physics.
DOI
10.1063/1.3137703
ISBN
9780735406575
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