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SHIRE Imaging Riometer, Davis, Antarctica

Australian Antarctic Data Centre
MORRIS, RAY J. ; FRASER, BRIAN
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Mapping 38.2 MHz cosmic noise/particle precipitation in [2].7 x 7 beams 12.8 deg, ~200 x 200km at 90km altitude. A Southern Hemisphere Imaging Riometer Experiment. A joint project of the Australian Antactic Division, University of Maryland and the University of Newcastle.

A riometer is essentially a wide-angle radio telescope that is used for studying the aurora.

This work is included in the ongoing ASAC project 877 (ASAC_877).

These data are held on the Space and Atmospheric Sciences servers at the Australian Antarctic Division, and also on DVD at the Australian Antarctic Data Centre.

See the readme file available for download at the url given below for more detailed information about this dataset.

Issued: 1999-10-07

Data time period: 1995-10-31

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160,-65 160,-90 45,-90 45,-65 160,-65

102.5,-77.5

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