Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 44)
Mother-Daughter Rocket Studies of Low Energy Electrons Near Auroral Arcs
Two phenomena in auroral physics have been studied with increasing interest in recent years:
field aligned electron and proton fluxes and their occurrence relative to auroral forms, and
spatial and temporal variations in the fluxes of auroral particles.
KeywordsPitch Angle Electron Flux Precipitation Region Geiger Counter Flux Decrease
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