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Recent temperature and wave propagation results between 30 and 100 km obtained by Lidar techniques

Abstract : Lidar sounding obtained from two stations using two different scattering process have led to results on photochemisty, structure and dynamics in the altitude range from 30 to 100 km. Information about temperature and wave propagation which can be obtained from this type of measurement is emphasized. It is concluded that if both scattering processes are used, a continuous survey of temperature and motion can be provided.
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Marie-Lise Chanin, Alain Hauchecorne, P. Juramy. Recent temperature and wave propagation results between 30 and 100 km obtained by Lidar techniques. Vth ESA-PAC Symposium on European Rocket & Balloon Programmes and related research. ESA SP-152, Apr 1980, Bournmouth, United Kingdom. pp.45-48. ⟨insu-03117542⟩

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