Electron flux dropouts at GEO: occurrences, magnitudes, and main driving factors

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Boynton, R.J.; Mourenas, D.; Balikhin, M.A.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Wiley

Large decreases of daily average electron flux, or dropouts, were investigated for a range of energies from 24.1 keV to 2.7 MeV, on the basis of a large database of 20 years of measurements from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) geosynchronous satellites. Dropouts w... View more
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