Articles | Volume 40, issue 1
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28 Jan 2022
Regular paper |  | 28 Jan 2022

Complex analysis of the ionosphere variations during the geomagnetic storm at 20 January 2010 performed by Detection of Ionosphere Anomalies (DIA) software and DEMETER satellite data

Anatoliy Lozbin, Viktor Fedun, and Olga Kryakunova

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Detection of Ionosphere Anomalies (DIA) for detection, identification, and analysis of ionosphere anomalies from satellite spectrograms and time series row data from instruments onboard the DEMETER satellite was designed. Using this software, the analyses of ionosphere parameter variations caused by various factors are provided. The scientific data processing and visualization technologies used in the development of DIA can be used in the creation of software for other scientific space missions.