volume 79, issue 12, P149-149 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00109
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Abstract: PAGES 149, 154 Measurements at the W. M. Keck Observa tory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, are contributing greatly to a new understanding of chemical and physical processes in the nighttime ter restrial atmosphere. The observations, involv ing collaboration of aeronomers and astronomers, may begin to answer long-stand ing questions concerning dynamics and en ergy flow in the 80-110-km region.Results so far indicate joint aeronomy-astronomy efforts can have significant impact for both fields. Spectrometers and tele …

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