volume 25, issue 9, P1289-1292 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00546
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Abstract: During June/July 1997 we observed with a groundbased lidar noctilucent clouds (NLCs) overhead the ALOMAR observatory in Northern Norway (69°N, 16°E). These daylight observations of NLC were made possible by use of a very small field‐of‐view for the lidar receiving telescope in combination with a narrowband double‐etalon Fabry‐Perot interferometer in front of the photon counting detectors. During 148 hours of lidar measurements, NLCs were observed for 69 hours. Thus, the mean occurrence frequency of NLC was 46…

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