Nighttime ionospheric enhancements induced by the occurrence of an evening solar eclipse

@inproceedings{Chen2013NighttimeIE,
  title={Nighttime ionospheric enhancements induced by the occurrence of an evening solar eclipse},
  author={Gang Chen and Hao Qi and Baiqi Ning and Zhengyu Zhao and Ming Yao and Zhongxing Deng and Ting Li and Shuo Huang and Wenchao Feng and Jianhua Wu and Chen Wu},
  year={2013}
}
[1] The solar eclipse on 15 January 2010 traversed Asia and completed its travel on the Shandong Peninsula in China at sunset. Two vertical incidence ionosondes at Wuhan and Beijing and the oblique incidence ionosonde network in North China were implemented to record the ionospheric response to the solar eclipse. Following the initial electron density decrease caused by the eclipse, the ionosphere was characterized by a strong premidnight enhancement, and a subsequent ionospheric decay, and a… CONTINUE READING