The stability of the mesospheric plasma layer


The presence of micron and sub-micron size dust in the Earth’s summer mesopause are a possible cause of electron density depletion. Whereas electrons in this weakly ionized and weakly magnetized layer are frozen in the magnetic field, the ions and dust are highly diffusive. This relative drift between the plasma particles will cause a current in the medium… (More)


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