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Title: Pseudobreakups During January 10, 1997
Authors: Arballo, J. K.
Tsurutani, B. T.
Zhou, X. Y.
Lakhina, G. S.
Ho, C. M.
Kamide, Y.
Shue, J. H.
Akasofu, S. I.
Lepping, R. P.
Sharma, A. S.
Goodrich, C. C.
Papadopoulos, K.
Lyon, J. G.
Issue Date: Aug-1998
Citation: Terra Scientific Publishing Co.
Tokyo, Japan
Abstract: The January 10, 1997 interplanetary pressure pulse (observed at 0053 UT at Wind) caused a dayside aurora, as seen in Polar Ultraviolet Imager (UVI) data, that propagates tailward and to lower L.
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