Esrange Meteor Radar
The Esrange meteor radar is operated by The University of Bath, UK with support from The Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council of the UK. It contributes data as part of the joint TIMED-CEDAR program of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The Esrange, Sweden (67.89N, 21.08E; alt ??? m) 32.5 MHz meteor radar has been in operation since August 1999. On day 359 of 2001 at 89 km altitude, the apex magnetic coordinates were (64.8, 103.2) degrees. The magnetic inclination and declination angles were 77.2 deg and 5.8 deg. The magnetic local time at 0 Universal Time (UT) is about 0148 MLT. The solar local time (SLT) is UT plus 1 hour and 24 minutes (21.08/15=1.405).
Summary plots for Esrange Meteor Radar can be found here
Last updated on Nov. 13, 2007 by Patrick West