Recent progress relating to the study of aurorae and kindred phenomena.
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Published by I kommisjon hos Aschehoug in Oslo .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Auroras.,
  • Ionosphere.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesNorske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. Geofysiske publikasjoner. Geophysica Norvegica,, v. 20, no. 4
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC801 .N67 vol. 20, no. 4
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL215379M
LC Control Numbera 59000045
OCLC/WorldCa14702666

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This book attempts to survey the facts concerning the appearance of the auroral phenomena. Attention has been given to methods of height determination and other matters on which the original publications are not readily available. Early observers and theorists of the aurora classed it along with other atmospheric phenomena as a “meteor.” In common with many of his other ideas that remained unchallenged until well into the sixteenth century, Aristotle’s fourth century BC view of these events being the result of ignition of rising vapors belowthe innermost celestial sphere prevailed for some time. IT HAS long been assumed that aurorae, like stars, are present during daylight, but hidden by the high surface brightness of the sky. The brightest aurorae are discrete curtains of light created. The sequence of aurorae, observed at latitudes up to 55° between the years and was processed by methods of spectral analysis. The same methods were applied to parts of various duration of this interval. The periods predominant in the time series under investigation were determined. In all the selected parts of the interval, these periods are always located within the same frequency.

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