Geomagnetic conjugate observations of ionospheric disturbances in response to a North Korean underground nuclear explosion on 3 September 2017
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Subject: Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy | Keywords: Ionospheric disturbancesIonospheric effects of the 5–6 January 2019 eclipse over the People's Republic of China: results from oblique sounding
Ann. Geophys., 40, 585–603,2022
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