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Research activities on Antarctic middle atmosphere by JARE 25th teamThe Antarctic Middle Atmosphere (AMA)-Japan research project was set about by the JARE (Japan Antarctic Research Expedition) 23rd team in 1982, and since then the JARE-24th and JARE-25th teams have been continuing reseach on the Antarctic Middle Atmosphere. Results gained by JARE-25th team members who are now working at Syowa Station (69.99 deg S, 39.35 deg E), Antarctica are presented. In their activities satellite measurements (Exos-C) and rocket soundings are used. Three rockets of the S310 type were launched at Syowa Station (Geomagnetic Latitude = 69.9 deg S) for the purpose of directly observing the electron density, ionospheric temperature, auroral patterns and luminosity in situ. Vertical profiles of electron density and auroral emission 4278A measured by three rockets are compared.
Document ID
19860018355
Document Type
Conference Paper
Authors
Hirasawa, T.
(National Inst. of Polar Research Tokyo, Japan)
Eiwasaka, Y. AFTANAKA, M. agfujii, r.0 typ
(National Inst. of Polar Research Tokyo, Japan)
Eiwasaka, Y. AFTANAKA, M. agfujii, r.0 typ
(National Inst. of Polar Research Tokyo, Japan)
Date Acquired
August 12, 2013
Publication Date
December 1, 1985
Publication Information
Publication: International Council of Scientific Unions Handbook for MAP, Vol. 18
Subject Category
Geophysics
Accession Number
86N27827
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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