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Small and meso-scale properties of a substorm onset auroral arc

By H.U. Frey, O. Amm, C.C. Chaston, S. Fu, G. Haerendel, L. Juusola, T. Karlsson, B. Lanchester, R. Nakamura, N. Ostgaard, T. Sakanoi, E. Seran, D. Whiter, J. Weygand, K. Asamura and M. Hirahara
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Year: 2010
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