Vol. 3, issue 10, article # 10

Samusenko A.M. Upper atmospere dayglow emission at λ = 589, 330, and 285 nm in the presence of NaCl vapor. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 10. P. 984-990.
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Abstract:

The mechanism of Na dayglow emission in the upper atmosphere (z ≥ 80km) is studied. The Na is formed as a result of photodissociation of man-made NaCl vapor. It is shown that for relative NaCl concentration of the order of 10-4 this mechanism gives intense emission in the resonance lines of Na in the disturbed region of space.

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