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Optical tomography techniques applied to the study of geophysical artificial structures
Author(s): Viktor Vladimirov Alpatov; Theodor V. Bulygin; Gennady G. Levin; V. V. Pikalov; Ju. A. Romanovsky
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Paper Abstract

The studies of the upper atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere and near space gave rise to the development of active experiments involving the formation of artificial structures (AS). One of the problems resolved on such a basis in the diagnostics of aeronomic and dynamic processes, occurring in the near space. Research into the spatio-temporal and optical distribution characteristics of AS is of great interest. The authors have performed a series of studies to reveal the possible applications of optical tomography techniques to these purposes.

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 November 1992
PDF: 13 pages
Proc. SPIE 1843, Analytical Methods for Optical Tomography, (3 November 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.131903
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Viktor Vladimirov Alpatov, Institute of Applied Geophysics (Russia)
Theodor V. Bulygin, State Research Institute for Optophysical Measurements (Russia)
Gennady G. Levin, State Research Institute for Optophysical Measurements (Russia)
V. V. Pikalov, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (Russia)
Ju. A. Romanovsky, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1843:
Analytical Methods for Optical Tomography
Gennady G. Levin, Editor(s)

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