volume 25, issue 14, P2573-2576 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl01088
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Abstract: Abstract.Dynamic and intense polar auroras were observed over Eureka, Canada (88.9øN magnetic) through January 10 and 11 following the solar coronal mass ejection (CME) of January 6, 1997. A dusk sector arc appeared by 0200 UT on January 10 following the arrival of the magnetic shock at 0110 UT; aurora filled the Eureka field of view between 0225 and 0300 UT. Spectral easurements with allsky cameras, meridian scanning photometers and a CCD spectrograph showed this aurora to be excited by electrons of E0 m 3 k…

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