Instruction manual for multichannel auroral photometer

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TypeTechnical Report
Series titleReport (National Research Council of Canada. Radio and Electrical Engineering Division : ERB); no. ERB-718
Physical description46 p.
AbstractGreat Whale River, Quebec, (55°17•N, 77°47 1 W; recently renamed Poste-de­la-Baleine) and Byrd Station, Antarctica, (80°00.4 1 S, l19°29o5 1 W) are geomagnetically conjugate locations: that is, they lie at opposite ends of the same line of force of the earth's magnetic field. For this reason, a number of scientific agencies from Canada and the United States are making simultaneous measurements at the two stations of various geomagnetic and related phenomena. The visible aurora is among the better-known of these phenomena.
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PublisherNational Research Council of Canada, Radio and Electrical Engineering Division
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada
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