Accession Number:

AD0463138

Title:

IRREGULAR MICROPULSATIONS OF THE EARTH'S ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD IN THE AURORAL ZONE AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH AURORAS AND THE IONOSPHERIC ES LAYER (IRREGULYARNYYE MICROPULSATSII ELEKTROMAGNITNOGO POLYA ZEMLI V ZONE SIYANIY I IKH SVYAZ'S POLYARNYMI SIYANIYAMI I SLOYEM ES IONOSFERY).

Descriptive Note:

Translations of Soviet-Bloc scientific and technical literature,

Corporate Author:

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV

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Report Date:

1965-05-17

Pagination or Media Count:

8.0

Abstract:

A correlation is established between the amplitudes of micropulsations of an electromagnetic field and the variations of luminous flux for individual periods of variations. It is asserted that the simultaneous change in both the ionizing and the exciting capacity of the solar corpuscular stream is the cause of variations, while the amplitude and the number of magnetic micropulsations is regulated by the dynamic action of the ionospheric wind. It is shown that the appearance of Sip-type micropulsations is associated with the appearance of sporadic formations in the ionospheric E layer and is controlled by those zones of the ionosphere in which the lower limit of the auroras is situated. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE