Articles | Volume 38, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-38-163-2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-38-163-2020
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05 Feb 2020
Regular paper |  | 05 Feb 2020

Equatorial plasma bubbles developing around sunrise observed by an all-sky imager and global navigation satellite system network during storm time

Kun Wu, Jiyao Xu, Xinan Yue, Chao Xiong, Wenbin Wang, Wei Yuan, Chi Wang, Yajun Zhu, and Ji Luo

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An equatorial plasma bubble (EPB) event, emerging near dawn and developing after sunrise, was simultaneously observed by an all-sky imager and the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) network. The observed EPBs showed westward drifts, different from post-sunset EPBs. The EPBs occurred in the recovery phase of a geomagnetic storm, possibly playing a key role in initializing their developments. The results provide a new perspective of EPBs, enriching our knowledge of ionospheric irregularity.