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Remote oxygen sensing by ionospheric excitation (ROSIE)

By K.S. Kalogerakis, T.G. Slanger, E.A. Kendall, T.R. Pedersen, M.J. Kosch, B. Gustavsson and M.T. Rietveld
Year: 2009
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