The Sun and the earth: the upper atmosphere

United States, 1969

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The Earth’s atmosphere is known to be a region of diversity with different characteristics at various levels. Describes the location and nature of the phenomena observed in the upper atmosphere that extends from the turbopause outward into space. Explains their importance, and provides a sampling of the techniques used in studying them.

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Lothar Wolff

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