The auroral radiation, 3914 AO, received from the entire sky on a horizontal
diffusing plate was monitored continuously during the nights of 1955-56
and 1956-57. The 1955-56 data and part of the 1956-57 data were used to
obtain a diurnal curve for the sky luminosity in this wavelength. The
auroral light increases to a broad maximum which lasts from magnetic midnight
till dawn. The luminosity was found to correlate fairly well with absorption as inferred from F-min values and with (F Eg)2 and very well with
the magnetic K indices.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- I Diurnal Variation -- II Relation Between Aurora and Absorption -- III Relation Between Aurora and Sporadic E
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