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1. Investigations of Space Weather and the Mesosphere using the TIGER Radar [ASAC_1246]
The Tasman International Geospace Environment Radar (TIGER) is an over-the-horizon radar that locates ionospheric structures in the region between Tasmania and Antarctica, measuring their velocities. ...


2. SuperDARN HF-radar Observation at Syowa Station [NIPR_UAP_HFRADAR_SYO]
SuperDARN (Super Dual Auroral Radar Network) radar observes the two-dimensional distribution of the plasma drift in the ionospheric F region in a broad area (3600 km range and 53ยบ azimuth) by using ...


3. Measurements of ionospheric convection electric field by the SuperDARN Kerguelen HF radar [312_0_IPEV_FR]
The radial flux of charged particles from the sun called the solar wind is responsible of the existence of a cavity where the earth magnetic field is confined, the magnetosphere. Inside the magnetosphere, ...


4. Measurements of ionospheric convection electric field by the SuperDARN Concordia HF radar [911_0_IPEV_FR]
The radial flux of charged particles from the sun called the solar wind is responsible of the existence of a cavity where the earth magnetic field is confined, the magnetosphere. Inside the magnetosphere, ...


5. Ionospheric Doppler Radars from the CEDAR Data Base at NCAR/HAO [CEDAR_IDR]   PARENT DIF
The Coupling, Energetics, and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) Data Base at NCAR/HAO holds data collected from HF ionospheric doppler radars. The HF radars are organized into a community called ...


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