J. Space Weather Space Clim.
Volume 13, 2023
Topical Issue - Ionospheric plasma irregularities and their impact on radio systems
|Number of page(s)||15|
|Published online||23 January 2023|
The projection of the 557.7 nm emissions shown together with the phase scintillation index over a map of Svalbard. Date, receiver location, and auroral form are indicated in the file names. Brighter yellow auroral emissions mean stronger intensity and bigger markers mean stronger phase scintillation index. The markers represent phase scintillation index measurements from NYA in red, LYR in green, HOR in cyan, HOP in magenta, and BJN in orange.
Video S1: 29012020_LYR_spiral_3fps.mp4
Video S2: 29012020_LYR_spiral_red_3fps.mp4
Video S3: NYA_arc_NYAreceiver_3fps.mp4
Video S4: 28102019_NYA_arc_3fps.mp4
Video S5: 28102019_LYR_arc_3fps.mp4
Video S6: 29012020_NYA_spiral_3fps.mp4
Video S7: 22022020 HOR bands 3fps.mp4
Video S8: 22022020 LYR bands 3fps.mp4
Video S9: 22022020 NYA bands 3fps.mp4(Access here)
© F. Enengl et al., Published by EDP Sciences 2023
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