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Ionospheric Response to Total Solar Eclipse of 22 July 2009 in Different Indian Regions : Volume 31, Issue 9 (09/09/2013)

By Kumar, S.

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Title: Ionospheric Response to Total Solar Eclipse of 22 July 2009 in Different Indian Regions : Volume 31, Issue 9 (09/09/2013)  
Author: Kumar, S.
Volume: Vol. 31, Issue 9
Language: English
Subject: Science, Annales, Geophysicae
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Copernicus GmbH
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2013
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Singh, A. K., Singh, R. P., & Kumar, S. (2013). Ionospheric Response to Total Solar Eclipse of 22 July 2009 in Different Indian Regions : Volume 31, Issue 9 (09/09/2013). Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES), Manora Peak, Nainital, India. The variability of ionospheric response to the total solar eclipse of 22 July 2009 has been studied analyzing the GPS data recorded at the four Indian low-latitude stations Varanasi (100% obscuration), Kanpur (95% obscuration), Hyderabad (84% obscuration) and Bangalore (72% obscuration). The retrieved ionospheric vertical total electron content (VTEC) shows a significant reduction (reflected by all PRNs (satellites) at all stations) with a maximum of 48% at Varanasi (PRN 14), which decreases to 30% at Bangalore (PRN 14). Data from PRN 31 show a maximum of 54% at Kanpur and 26% at Hyderabad. The maximum decrement in VTEC occurs some time (2–15 min) after the maximum obscuration. The reduction in VTEC compared to the quiet mean VTEC depends on latitude as well as longitude, which also depends on the location of the satellite with respect to the solar eclipse path. The amount of reduction in VTEC decreases as the present obscuration decreases, which is directly related to the electron production by the photoionization process. The analysis of electron density height profile derived from the COSMIC (Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere & Climate) satellite over the Indian region shows significant reduction from 100 km altitude up to 800 km altitude with a maximum of 48% at 360 km altitude. The oscillatory nature in total electron content data at all stations is observed with different wave periods lying between 40 and 120 min, which are attributed to gravity wave effects generated in the lower atmosphere during the total solar eclipse.

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Ionospheric response to total solar eclipse of 22 July 2009 in different Indian regions

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