Mesospheric optical signatures of possible lightning on Venus

@inproceedings{PrezInvernn2016MesosphericOS,
  title={Mesospheric optical signatures of possible lightning on Venus},
  author={F J P{\'e}rez-Invern{\'o}n and Antonio Luque and F. J. Gordillo-V{\'a}zquez},
  year={2016}
}
This work was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, MINECO under projects ESP2013-48032-C5-5-R, FIS2014-61774-EXP, and ESP2015-69909-C5-2-R and by the EU through the FEDER program. F.J.P.I. acknowledges a MINECO predoctoral contract, code BES-2014-069567. A.L. acknowledges support by a Ramon y Cajal contract, code RYC-2011-07801. 

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