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ID-242 :   Observation of MF auroral radio emissions

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Observation of MF auroral radio emissions

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] Observations of MF auroral radio emissions in the auroral zone,polar cap and cusp regions [outline] Spectrum observation is in operation around the clock , and wave form measurement is performed 5-10 hours per day. We improve the instruments both in Svalbard and Iceland this August and September.
- Individual Project Information 1/4 Research/Observation Period 2007-04-01 〜 2008-03-31

Science Summary

[outline] The observation system has been operating and will observe continuously at least for the next few years in order to clarify the long-term variation of their occurrence. So, we plan to repair the system. In addition, we will examine the electromagnetic environment at Longyearbyen to start the new observation.

Discipline(s)

Space Physics

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameTakayuki ONOAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku UniversityCountryJapan
RollContact PersonNameYuka SatoAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University

Research/Observation Methods

A spectrum observation system using loop antennas

Research/Observation Period

2007-04-01 〜 2008-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Iceland (Husafell) Latitude [degree]: 64.700000 Longitude [degree]: -20.870000
Field Site: Svalbard (Longyearbyen) Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 2/4 Research/Observation Period 2008-04-01 〜 2009-03-31

Science Summary

[outline] The observation system in Iceland is operated continuously to observe MF auroral radio emissions. We will set up a new instrument in Svalbard in August and start a new observation to get spectrum and waveform data. In addition to the automatic observation, a manual observation will be conducted in November.

Discipline(s)

Space Physics

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameTakayuki ONOAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku UniversityCountryJapan
RollContact PersonNameYuka SatoAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University
RollContact PersonNameTakamitsu MochizukiAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University

Research/Observation Methods

Spectrum and waveform observation systems using loop antennas

Research/Observation Period

2008-04-01 〜 2009-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Iceland (Husafell) Latitude [degree]: 64.700000 Longitude [degree]: -20.870000
Field Site: Svalbard (Longyearbyen) Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 3/4 Research/Observation Period 2009-04-01 〜 2010-03-31

Science Summary

[outline] Spectrum observation is in operation around the clock, and wave form measurement is performed 5-10 hours per day. We improve the instrument in Svalbard this August.

Discipline(s)

Space Physics

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameTakayuki ONOAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku UniversityCountryJapan
RollContact PersonNameYuka SatoAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University

Research/Observation Methods

Spectrum and waveform observations using loop antennas

Research/Observation Period

2009-04-01 〜 2010-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Iceland (Husafell) Latitude [degree]: 64.700000 Longitude [degree]: -20.870000
Field Site: Svalbard (Longyearbyen) Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 4/4 Research/Observation Period 2010-04-01 〜 2011-03-31

Discipline(s)

Space Physics

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameTakayuki ONOAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku UniversityCountryJapan
RollContact PersonNameYuka SatoAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University

Research/Observation Methods

Spectrum and waveform observations using loop antennas

Research/Observation Period

2010-04-01 〜 2011-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Iceland (Husafell) Latitude [degree]: 64.700000 Longitude [degree]: -20.870000
Field Site: Svalbard (Longyearbyen) Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

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