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Disturbance of a Glow in the Night Sky in Clear Weather at Middle Latitudes


A glow in the night sky is registered at 43° north latitude during global magnetospheric disturbances. The glow is preceded by seismic activity generating an underground negative charge over the Earth’s surface with a positive current of 20–25 nA/m2.

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Khaerdinov, N.S., Dzhappuev, D.D., Kanonidi, K.K. et al. Disturbance of a Glow in the Night Sky in Clear Weather at Middle Latitudes. Bull. Russ. Acad. Sci. Phys. 85, 1317–1319 (2021).

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