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Observation of thermosphere and ionosphere using the ionosphere PhotoMeter (IPM) on the Chinese meteorological satellite FY-3D
Alternative TitleWOS:000573147800006;20203609130787
Jiang, Fang; Mao, Tian; Zhang, XiaoXin; Wang, Yun-Gang; Hu, XiuQing19; Wang, DaXin; Jia, Nan; Wang, TianFang; Sun, YueQiang; Fu, Li-Ping
Source PublicationADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH
2020
Volume66Issue:9Pages:2151-2167
DOI10.1016/j.asr.2020.07.027
ISSN0273-1177
Language英语
KeywordFar-ultraviolet airglow Peak electron density O/N-2 ratio RADIATIVE RECOMBINATION SEASONAL-VARIATIONS STORMS INSTRUMENT DEPENDENCE EMISSIONS TRANSPORT
AbstractThe Ionosphere PhotoMeter (IPM) is a far ultraviolet nadir-viewing photometer that flew aboard the second-generation, polar orbiting Chinese meteorological satellite Feng-Yun 3D (FY-3D), which was launched on November 25th, 2017. By observing far ultraviolet night-time OI 135.6 nm emissions, which are produced by the recombination of O+ ions and electrons, the F-2 layer peak electron density (NmF2) can be deduced. During daytime IPM was designed to measure the OI 135.6 nm and N-2 Lyman-Birge-Hopfield (LBH) band emissions, which would be used to infer the O/N-2 ratio, a key diagnostic of neutral dynamics in the daytime. The paper shows the measurement results from IPM taken during its initial months of Operation. A quantitative comparison showing NmF2 from IPM and ground-based ionosondes is presented, and the correlation value R between the ground-based ionosondes and the satellite NmF2 is 0.91. The global O/N-2 ratio distribution during geomagnetic storm on 25 through 30 August is presented and illustrated, which could show the latitudes of the ionospheric positive/negative storm in different longitude ranges. The O/N-2 ratio significantly decreases during the main and recovery phase of the storm as expected. The correlation value R between the O/N-2 ratio retrieved from IPM data and the ionospheric electron density provided by ground-based ionosondes during storms in August 2018 is about 0.78. (C) 2020 COSPAR. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/7692
Collection中国科学院国家空间科学中心
Affiliation1.[Jiang, Fang
2.Wang, DaXin
3.Jia, Nan
4.Wang, TianFang
5.Sun, YueQiang
6.Chinese Acad Sci, Natl Space Sci Ctr, Beijing, Peoples R China
7.[Jiang, Fang
8.Jia, Nan
9.Wang, TianFang
10.Sun, YueQiang
11.Beijing Key Lab Space Environm Explorat, Beijing, Peoples R China
12.[Jiang, Fang
13.Jia, Nan
14.Wang, TianFang
15.Sun, YueQiang
16.Key Lab Environm Space Situat Awareness Technol, Beijing, Peoples R China
17.[Mao, Tian
18.Zhang, XiaoXin
19.Wang, Yun-Gang
20.China Meteorol Adm, Natl Satellite Meteorol Ctr, Beijing, Peoples R China
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Jiang, Fang,Mao, Tian,Zhang, XiaoXin,et al. Observation of thermosphere and ionosphere using the ionosphere PhotoMeter (IPM) on the Chinese meteorological satellite FY-3D[J]. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH,2020,66(9):2151-2167.
APA Jiang, Fang.,Mao, Tian.,Zhang, XiaoXin.,Wang, Yun-Gang.,Hu, XiuQing.,...&Fu, Li-Ping.(2020).Observation of thermosphere and ionosphere using the ionosphere PhotoMeter (IPM) on the Chinese meteorological satellite FY-3D.ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH,66(9),2151-2167.
MLA Jiang, Fang,et al."Observation of thermosphere and ionosphere using the ionosphere PhotoMeter (IPM) on the Chinese meteorological satellite FY-3D".ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH 66.9(2020):2151-2167.
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