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CHI/ICI-5 Scientific Rocket Campaign (CHI/ICI-5)

Two sounding Rockets will be launched in the period November 25.-December 09. Time of day: 0700-1200 UTC

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Starts
2019-10-27

Ends
2020-01-31

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Project type

  • remote sensing
  • sios

Discipline

  • atmosphere
  • space physics

Project Keywords

  • sun-earth interactions / ionosphere/magnetosphere dynamics / solar wind

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Summary

The two sounding Rockets to be launched are part of The Grand Chalenge Initiative-CUSP Project. The Joint U.S.-Japan Cusp Heating Investigation, CHI: Single vehicle rocket launch from Ny-Ålesund range on Svalbard to measure neutral upwelling and high-resolution electric fields over an extended region in the cusp • Vehicle apogee near 350 km, down-range distance to impact ~350 km • Launch toward southwest near-simultaneously with the CREX-2 rocket launched from Andøya Investigation of Cusp Irregularities, ICI-5: • The ICI-5 payload is a continuation of the ICI-program which was started in 2001 by the University of Oslo, Norway. The scientific aim of ICI-5 is to single out the physical mechanism(s) running cusp ionospheric plasma unstable and facilitate backscatter targets for coherent HF radars. • ICI-5 is funded through SIOS InfrNor and we will adapt SIOS Data Management System (Svalbard Integrated Arctic Earth observing system)

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