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|Title:||Magnetospherically reflected (MR) whistlers observed in DEMETER satellite and on the ground observation of normal whistlers at low latitudes|
|Keywords:||Ionospheric disturbance;Magnetospherically reflected (MR) whistlers;VLF emission;VLF burst|
|PACS No.:||94.30.Tz; 94.20.Vv|
|Abstract:||The DEMETER (Detection of Electromagnetic Emissions Transmitted from Earthquake Regions) satellite data have been analysed for a period of three and half months from 01 September to 16 December 2010 in search of whistlers and VLF emissions and their ground observations at low latitudes. The quick look data show intense sporadic bursts mostly in the Instrument Champ Electrique (ICE) channel of the satellite. These bursts are analysed using MATLAB software for the nighttime passes of upgoing orbits in the latitude range 20°-50°. The analysis shows records of large number of first component of magnetospherically reflected (MR) whistlers, mostly when the satellite is in low latitude ionosphere. These whistlers, together with normal whistlers observed in the satellite, are not observed on the ground as revealed by simultaneous ground observations at low latitude station Agra. This confirms them to be non-ducted whistlers which are reflected and observed in the ionosphere and magnetosphere. These MR whistlers are suggested to be the major source of slot formation between the two radiation belts.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.42(2) [April 2013]|
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