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Horizontal Parameters of Daytime Thermospheric Gravity Waves and E Region Neutral Winds over Puerto Rico
We report on the electron density perturbation amplitudes, periods (up to 60 min), horizontal and vertical wavelengths, phase speeds, and propagation directions of daytime traveling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs) from 115 to 300 km altitude using dual-beam experiments at the Arecibo Observatory (AO), Puerto Rico.
We present a non-invasive method for recognition of components in a digital CMOS integrated circuit (IC). We use a confocal infrared laser scanning optical microscope to collect multimodal images through the backside of the IC.
During a 2 h interval from 2240 to 2440 UT on 12 November 2012, regions of increased 630.0 nm airglow emissions were simultaneously detected by dual all-sky imagers in the polar cap.
Cassini radar observations of the surface of Ligeia Mare collected during the 23 May 2013 (T91) Cassini flyby show that it is extremely smooth, likely to be mostly methane in composition, and exhibits no surface wave activity.
This article describes the damage observations and results of the laboratory tests, deduces how the damage occurred, and presents guidelines for designing gloves that are more damage resistant.
Multi-Instrument Observations of SED During 24-25 October 2011 Storm: Implications for SED Formation Processes
We present multiple instrument observations of a storm-enhanced density (SED) during the 24–25 October 2011 intense geomagnetic storm.
Ion-Neutral Coupling in Earth’s Thermosphere, Estimated from Concurrent Radar and Optical Observations above Alaska
We report on data collected during the campaign, and use these data to investigate two key aspects of ion–neutral coupling, namely Joule heating and the ion–neutral collision frequency.
Ion currents from single etched-wire tips operating under the same conditions are used to help understand array results. I-F characteristics of the arrays were found to follow trends similar to those of the better understood single etched-wire tip results; however, the fields achieved by the arrays are limited by electrical breakdown of the structure.