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Atmospheric Physics from Spacelab: Proceedings of the 11th Eslab Symposium, Organized by the Space Science Department of the European Space Agency, Held at Frascati, Italy, 11-14 May 1976

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Session 1 The Atmosphere and Ionosphere Below 150 km.- Some Outstanding Problems in the Neutral and Ionized Atmosphere between 60 and 150 km Altitude.- High-Latitude Ionosphere-Atmosphere Interactions (Abstract).- Solar Radiation Variation and Climate.- Marées ET Ondes Planétaires Dans La Basse Thermosphère ET La Haute Mésosphère.- Contribution of Incoherent Scatter Radars to the Study of Middle and Low Latitude Ionospheric Electric Fields.- Session 2 The Ozonosphere.- Basic Processes in the Stratosphere and the Mesosphere (Abstract).- Chemical Models of the Neutral Atmosphere.- Measurements of Minor Constituents in the Stratosphere.- High-Resolution Atmospheric Extinction Measurements from the French Experiment on Board the Nasa Spacecraft OSO-8.- High-Resolution Atmospheric Emission Spectroscopy at 120 cm?1 and 535 cm?1 with a Rapid-Scan Interferometer and 91 cm Airborne Telescope.- Microwave Limb Sounding of Stratosphere and Mesosphere.- Session 3 Meteorology in the Ionosphere and Stratosphere.- Critical Climate Parameters and Their Monitoring from Space.- Stratospheric Models.- Review of Observations from Meteorological Satellites (Abstract).- Session 4 Spacelab Facilities for Atmospheric Research.- Spacelab as an Orbiting Atmospheric Laboratory.- The Design of a Spacelab Lidar Facility.- Spacelab-Borne Lidar — Scientific Objectives.- Subsatellites for Atmospheric Research.- The Role of Passive Sounder Packages on Spacelab.- A Review of the Evolution of Atmospheric Science Experiments for Amps (Abstract).- Session 5 Experiments from Spacelab.- Field Aligned Currents Measured by Incoherent Scatter on Board the Spacelab.- Monitoring of the Tropospherical Aerosol Using a Spacelab-Borne Lidar System.- Investigation of Plasma Instabilities in Equatorial ‘Spread F’ by Langmuir Probe Using Spacelab (Abstract).- Atmospheric Experiments with the Spacelab Lidar: a Discussion of the Major Features of the Method.- Far Infrared Fourier Spectroscopic Observation of the Earth’s Atmosphere from Spacelab.- Infrared Observation of Nonthermal Emissions from Spacelab.- Image Intensifying TV Observations in the 1975 Spacelab Assess Mission.- EUV-Visual Measurements from Spacelab.- An Investigation of Minor Constituents from Spacelab.- Ultraviolet Observations of the Upper Atmosphere from Spacelab.- Passive Sounding Experiments and Experimental Requirements for the Determination of Trace Gas Concentrations.- Optical Absorption Techniques (Abstract).- General Discussion (Summary).- Index of Authors.

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