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PRELIMINARY RESULTS OBTAINED WITH AN ASTROPHOTOMETER INSTALLED ON LUNOKHOD 2.SEVERNY AB; TEREZ EI; ZVEREVA AM et al.1974; SPACE RES.; NETHERL.; DA. 1974; VOL. 14; PP. 603-605; BIBL. 6 REF.; (OPEN MEET. WORK. GROUPS 16TH PLENARY MEET. COSPAR. PROC.; CONSTANCE; 1973)Conference Paper

ULTRA-VIOLET ARGON DAYGLOW LINES IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF MERCURYZEILIK M; DALGARNO A.1973; PLANET. SPACE SCI.; G.B.; DA. 1973; VOL. 21; NO 3; PP. 383-389; BIBL. 35REF.Serial Issue

THE CARBON MONOXIDE FOURTH POSITIVE BANDS IN THE VENUS DAYGLOW. I: SYNTHETIC SPECTRADURRANCE ST.1981; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; ISSN 0022-1406; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 86; NO A11; PP. 9115-9124; BIBL. 1 P.Article

DAYTIME OBSERVATIONS OF HELIUM 584 A RADIATION BY A ROCKET-BORNE RESONANCE ABSORPTION CELL.FAHR HJ; CRIFO JF; WULF MATHIES C et al.1977; ASTR. AND ASTROPHYS.; GERM.; DA. 1977; VOL. 58; NO 3; PP. L21-L24; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

THE NITROGEN DAYGLOW ON MARS.FOX JL; DALGARNO A; CONSTANTINIDES ER et al.1977; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 82; NO 10; PP. 1615-1616; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

IS THERE A CONTINUUM NEAR INFRA-RED DAYGLOW.WRAIGHT PC.1975; J. ATMOSPH. TERRESTR. PHYS.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 37; NO 5; PP. 731-737; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

SODIUM EMISSION FROM THE ATMOSPHERE DURING A SOLAR ECLIPSEGASDEN M.1972; J. ATMOSPH. TERRESTR. PHYS.; G.B.; DA. 1972; VOL. 34; NO 8; PP. 1309-1320; BIBL. 23 REF.Serial Issue

A SELF-CONSISTENT EVALUATION OF THE RATE CONSTANTS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF OI 6300 A AIRGLOWLINK R; MCCONNELL JC; SHEPHERD GG et al.1981; PLANET-SPACE SCI.; ISSN 0032-0633; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 29; NO 6; PP. 589-594; BIBL. 2 P.Article

O2(1DELTA ) EMISSION IN THE DAY AND NIGHT AIRGLOW OF VENUSCONNES P; NOXON JF; TRAUB WA et al.1979; ASTROPHYS. J.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 233; NO 1 PART. 2; PP. L29-L32; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

IUE HIGH RESOLUTION OBSERVATION OF THE VENUS DAYGLOW SPECTRUM 1280-1380 ADURRANCE ST; CONWAY RR; BARTH CA et al.1981; GEOPHYS. RES. LETT.; ISSN 0094-8276; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 8; NO 1; PP. 111-112; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

ULTRAVIOLET NIGHT AIRGLOW OF VENUSSTEWART AI; BARTH CA.1979; SCIENCE; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 205; NO 4401; PP. 59-62; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

FRAUNHOFER LINE FILLING IN (3855-4455 A).HARRISON AW; KENDALL DJW.1974; CANAD. J. PHYS.; CANADA; DA. 1974; VOL. 52; NO 11; PP. 940-944; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

EDDY DIFFUSION AT SATURN'S HOMOPAUSESANDEL BR; MCCONNELL JC; STROBEL DF et al.1982; GEOPHYS. RES. LETT.; ISSN 0094-8276; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 9; NO 9; PP. 1077-1080; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

THE ULTRAVIOLET DAYGLOW. IV: THE SPECTRUM AND EXCITATION OF SINGLY IONIZED OXYGENFELDMAN PD; ANDERSON DE JR; MEIER RR et al.1981; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; ISSN 0022-1406; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 86; NO A5; PP. 3583-3588; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

THE SEASONAL-LATITUDINAL VARIATION OF EXHOSPHERIC HELIUM FROM HE 584-A DAYGLOW EMISSIONSANDERSON DE JR; MEIER RR; WELLER CS et al.1979; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 84; NO A5; PP. 1914-1920; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET DAYGLOW OBSERVATIONS WITH A HELIUM GAS ABSORPTION CELLFREEMAN J; PARESCE F; BOWYER S et al.1978; GEOPHYS. RES. LETTERS; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 5; NO 9; PP. 787-790; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

MECANISME DE FORMATION DES RAIES D'OXYGENE ATMOSPHERIQUEKHLYSTOV AI.1972; ASTR. CIRK., IZDAV. BJURO ASTR. SOOBSHCH. AKAD. NAUK S.S.S.R.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1972; NO 698; PP. 5-7; BIBL. 2REF.Serial Issue

SECOND SYSTEME POSITIF DE LA BANDE D'AZOTE DANS LA LUMINESCENCE DIURNE ET L'ATMOSPHERE D'APRES LES DONNEES DE COSMOS-224KRASNOPOL'SKIJ VA.1972; GEOMAGNET. I AERONOM.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1972; VOL. 12; NO 4; PP. 603-607; BIBL. 19REF.Serial Issue

HIGH-RESOLUTION DAYGLOW OI (1304 A) AND OI (989 A) ROCKET OBSERVATIONSCHRISTENSEN AB; EASTES RW; FELDMAN PD et al.1982; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; ISSN 0022-1406; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 87; NO A8; PP. 6317-6323; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

THE UV DAYGLOW 3 OI EMISSIONS AT 989, 1027, 1152, 1304 AND 135 6AANDERSON DE JR; MEIER RR; FELDMAN PD et al.1980; GEOPHYS. RES. LETT.; ISSN 0094-8276; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 7; NO 12; PP. 1057-1060; BIBL. 30 REF.Article

DAYTIME ION CHEMISTRY OF N2+1973; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 78; NO 13; PP. 2010-2016; BIBL. 30REF.Serial Issue

EUV AIRGLOW OBSERVATIONS BY THE SATELLITE TAIYOSUZUKI K.1979; J. GEOMAGN. GEOELECTR.; JPN; DA. 1979; VOL. 31; SUPPL.; PP. S37-S42; BIBL. 15 REF.Conference Paper

FAR ULTRAVIOLET ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR NITROGEN EMISSIONS IN THE DAYGLOW.TAKACS PZ; FELDMAN PD.1977; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 82; NO 32; PP. 5011-5023; BIBL. 40 REF.Article

DAYGLOW OF THE INFRARED ATMOSPHERIC BAND SYSTEM OF O2 DURING A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN.WRAIGHT PC; GADSDEN M.1975; J. ATMOSPH. TERRESTR. PHYS.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 37; NO 5; PP. 717-730; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

POLARIZATION OF THE AIRGLOW EMISSION LAMBDA 6300 IN AN ARTIFICIALLY HEATED IONOSPHERE.CHAMBERLAIN JW.1974; J. GEOPHYS. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 79; NO 9; PP. 1239-1241; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

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