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Upper-mesospheric temperatures measured during intense substorms in the declining phase of the January 2005 solar proton events

By H.N. Nesse Tyssøy, D. Heinrich, J. Stadsnes, M. Sorbo, U.P. Hoppe, D.S. Evans, B.P. Williams and F. Honary
Year: 2008
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