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Visser, T. (author), March, G. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P (author)
Thermospheric wind measurements obtained from linear non-gravitational accelerations of the Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) satellite show discrepancies when compared to ground-based measurements. In this paper the cross-wind is derived from both the linear and the angular accelerations using a newly developed...
journal article 2019
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Visser, T. (author), March, G. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
Recently, the horizontal and vertical cross wind at 225- to 295-km altitude were derived from linear acceleration measurements of the Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer satellite. The vertical component of these wind data is compared to wind data derived from the mass spectrometers of the Atmosphere Explorer C and E and...
journal article 2019
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March, G. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
other 2018
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Visser, T. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author), Fritsche, Bent (author)
journal article 2018
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March, G. (author), Visser, T. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), Iorfida, E. (author), van den IJssel, J.A.A. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
poster 2018
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Visser, T. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
Because of the highly accurate accelerometers, the GOCE mission has proven to be a unique source of thermosphere neutral density and cross-wind data. In the current methods, in which only the horizontal linear accelerations are used, the vertical winds cannot be obtained. In the algorithm proposed in this paper, angular accelerations derived...
abstract 2017
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Visser, T. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
Because of the highly accurate accelerometers, the GOCE mission has proven to be a unique source of thermosphere neutral density and cross-wind data. In the current methods, in which only the horizontal linear accelerations are used, the vertical winds cannot be obtained. In the algorithm proposed in this paper, angular accelerations derived...
poster 2017
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March, G. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author)
Since 2000, accelerometers on board of the CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and Swarm satellites have provided highresolution thermosphere density data, improving knowledge on atmospheric dynamics and coupling processes in the thermosphere-ionosphere layer. Most of the research has focused on relative changes in density. Scale differences between datasets and...
poster 2017
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de Teixeira da Encarnacao, J.G. (author), Arnold, Daniel (author), Bezděk, Aleš (author), Dahle, Christoph (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), van den IJssel, J.A.A. (author), Jäggi, Adrian (author), Mayer-Gürr, Torsten (author), Sebera, Josef (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author), Zehentner, Norbert (author)
It is of great interest to numerous geophysical studies that the time series of global gravity field models derived from Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) data remains uninterrupted after the end of this mission. With this in mind, some institutes have been spending efforts to estimate gravity field models from alternative...
journal article 2016
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Visser, T. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author), Fritsche, B (author)
In recent studies thermospheric densities and cross-winds have been derived from linear acceleration measurements of the gradiometer on board the GOCE satellite. Our current work is aimed at analyzing also the angular accelerations, in order to improve the thermosphere density and wind data by allowing for the estimation of more unknown...
poster 2016
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Van den IJssel, J.A.A. (author), Visser, P.N.A.M. (author), Doornbos, E.N. (author), Meyer, U. (author), Bock, H. (author), Jäggi, A. (author)
The state-of-the-art GOCE Satellite-to-Satellite Tracking Instrument (SSTI) delivers high-quality GPS data with an almost continuous 1 Hz data rate, which allows for very Precise Orbit Determination (POD). Despite this good performance, the GPS receiver shows occasional unexpected L2 tracking losses, which mainly occur close to the geomagnetic...
conference paper 2011
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