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Type: Conference paper
Title: Observations of travelling ionospheric disturbance over Adelaide, Australia
Author: Unewisse, A.
Cervera, M.
Harris, T.
Cool, A.
Citation: Proceedings of the 15th Australian Space Research Conference (2015), 2016 / pp.217-228
Publisher: National Space Society of Australia
Publisher Place: Sydney, NSW
Issue Date: 2016
ISBN: 9780977574094
Conference Name: 15th Australian Space Research Conference (29 Sep 2015 - 01 Oct 2015 : Canberra, Australia)
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Anne. M. Unewisse, Manuel. A. Cervera, Trevor. J. Harris and Andrew. D. Cool
Abstract: A Travelling Ionospheric Disturbance (TID) passing over Adelaide, Australia was observed simultaneously in 630.0 nm airglow images and high time resolution 2 – 22 MHz ionospheric sounder data by the Defence Science and Technology Group (DST group) on the 27th of January 2014 from approximately 10 UT to 20 UT. A comparison between the two observations shows a strong inverse correlation between the night-time ionospheric virtual height measurement, h'F, and airglow intensity in both large and small scale features. This event was unusual in two ways: a) it occurred at solar maximum and b) part of the TID split into a smaller TID before reforming. TID wavelength, velocity and period parameters calculated from both airglow and high-frequency (HF) radio measurements and are found to be in agreement.
Keywords: Airglow imaging; ionospheric studies; thermospheric banding; TIDs
Rights: Copyright © 2016 National Space Society of Australia Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission from the publisher.
RMID: 1000025221
Published version: http://www.nssa.com.au/web-resources/web-resources/ASRC.html
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