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Ionosphere and CINDI

The Coupled Ion Dynamics Investigation (CINDI) is a joint NASA/Air Force funded Ionospheric plasma sensor. This animation shows how the ionosphere changes between Daytime and nighttime.
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Ionosphere changes animation    Ionosphere changes animation
Duration: 16.7 seconds
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Ionosphere Day time    Ionosphere Day time



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Ionosphere Night time    Ionosphere Night time



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Short URL to This Page:http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?10342
Animation Number:10342
Completed:2008-12-05
Animator:Walt Feimer (HTSI) (Lead)
Scientists:Rod Heelis (University of Texas/Dallas)
 Robert Pfaff (NASA/GSFC)
Platform/Sensor/Data Set:C/NOFS/Coupled Ion Neutral Dynamics Investigation (CINDI)
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