Ionospheric impact on Biomass ESA mission

L Alfonsi, Gabriella Povero, L Spogli, Claudio Cesaroni, Cathryn Mitchell, Robert Burston, Sreeja Veettil Vadakke, M Aquino, Virgnia Klaunser, Marcio Muella, Michael Pezzopane, Alessandra Giuntini, Biagio Forte, Ingrid Hunstad, G De Franceschi, Elvira Musicò, Marco Pini, La The Vinh, Ta Hai Tung, Asnawi HusinSri Ekawati, Charisma Victoria de la Cruz-Cayapan, Mardina Abdullah, Noridawaty Mat Daud, Minh Le Huy, Nicolas Floury

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Abstract

In Session 11: Space Weather effects in the ionosphere and thermosphere:
advances in monitoring, modeling and mitigation techniques
(part 2).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2017
Event14th European Space Weather Week - Ostend - Belgium
Duration: 27 Nov 20171 Dec 2017

Conference

Conference14th European Space Weather Week
Period27/11/171/12/17

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    Alfonsi, L., Povero, G., Spogli, L., Cesaroni, C., Mitchell, C., Burston, R., Vadakke, S. V., Aquino, M., Klaunser, V., Muella, M., Pezzopane, M., Giuntini, A., Forte, B., Hunstad, I., De Franceschi, G., Musicò, E., Pini, M., Vinh, L. T., Tung, T. H., ... Floury, N. (2017). Ionospheric impact on Biomass ESA mission. Paper presented at 14th European Space Weather Week, .