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ID-263 :   Imaging observations of airglows and auroras



Research/Observation Title

Imaging observations of airglows and auroras

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] The all-sky imager (ASI) is an instrument to measure two-dimensional intensity distributions of airglows and/or auroras, which are very faint emissions in the upper atmosphere. [outline] Observation detailes are described at the following URL; Summary data are available in our data system; SALMON.
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 2005-09-01 〜 2006-04-30

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Japan-US cooperative project of advanced radio/optical technologies and global environment research


Space Physics


RollContact PersonNameMinoru KUBOTAAffiliationNational Institute of Information and Communications TechnologyCountryJapan

Research/Observation Methods

All-sky imagers (

Research/Observation Period

2005-09-01 〜 2006-04-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska, USA Latitude [degree]: 65.116667 Longitude [degree]: -147.466667

Data Information

Data Registration
13:57 on Thu January 10, 2019
Last Update
13:57 on Thu January 10, 2019