Radiation belt local disturbances of lightning and seismic origin. Journal of Physics: Conference Series Volume 409, Issue 1, 2013, Article number 012228

14 сентября 2018
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Контактные данные автора публикации Koldashov, S.V. , Aleksandrin, S.Y., Bakaldin, A.V., Batischev, A.G., Bzheumikhova, M.A., Galper, A.M., Sharonova, N.D., Ulitin, A.A. National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
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The results of the observation of bursts of high-energy charged particle fluxes in the near-Earth space, caused by local disturbances of the radiation belt and particle precipitation from it, in satellite experiments ARINA (on board the Resurs-DK1 from 2006) and VSPLESK (on board the International Space Station from 2008) are presented. New specialties were revealed in geographical distribution of particle bursts, pointing out that the large part of high- energy electron bursts interrelates with thunderstorm and seismic activities, at that some part of bursts locates in the regions of tectonic faults. Results of observation of high-energy electron precipitation from the radiation belt over the Japan region during the powerful seismic event, started on March 11, 2011, are analyzed.


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Distribution of particles; High energy charged particle; High-energy electron; International Space stations; Large parts; Local disturbances; Near-earth spaces; Particle precipitation; Seismic activity; Seismic event; Seismic origin; Tectonic faults
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