Articles | Volume 33, issue 5
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-33-525-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-33-525-2015
ANGEO Communicates
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06 May 2015
ANGEO Communicates |  | 06 May 2015

Direct observations of blob deformation during a substorm

T. Ishida, Y. Ogawa, A. Kadokura, K. Hosokawa, and Y. Otsuka

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We studied the localized plasma density enhancements called blobs, which are often produced in the high-latitude ionosphere by the transportation process of plasma or particle precipitations. This subject is important because such structures affect radio wave propagation and can cause scintillation of GNSS signals in the deformation process. This paper is the first report of direct observations of blob deformation during a substorm.