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Observations of GPS scintillation during an isolated auroral substorm
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science
This paper reports simultaneous observations of ionospheric scintillation during an auroral substorm that were made using an all-sky full-color digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera (ASC) and a Global Positioning System (GPS) ionospheric scintillation and total electron content monitor (GISTM) in Tromsø (69.60 N, 19.20 E), Norway. On the night of November 19, 2009, a small substorm occurred in northern Scandinavia. The ASC captured its temporal evolution from the beginning of the growthdoi:10.1186/2197-4284-1-16 fatcat:uykbngynvbgylo6bhkkrgvqelq