A FORTRAN Program for Computing Steady-State Composition Models of the Upper Atmosphere.
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The report describes a method for computing steady-state composition models of the earths thermosphere, including a FORTRAN program and usage guide. It originated in connection with work being performed for the Committee on the Extension of the U.S. Standard Atmosphere COESA. The program computes profiles from 120 to 500 km of N2, O2, O, Ar, He, H, and H2, including the effects of vertical flow of the minor escaping species He and H, and the production of H by chemical dissociation of H2 in the lower thermosphere. Author
- Atmospheric Physics
- Computer Programming and Software