MANGO data part of Lyons et al, 2018 manuscript

2018-08-08T00:00:00Z (GMT) by Bhatt, Asti Kendall, Elizabeth
<p>These data are obtained from the Mid-latitude All-sky-imaging Network for Geospace Observations (MANGO). MANGO is a 7-camera network observing 630nm airglow across the continental United States. The data uploaded here are from two sites - Hat Creek Observatory in northern California and Capitol Reef Field Station in Utah. They are from four different nights, all of which display large-scale travelling ionospheric disturbances that have origins in the auroral precipitation at high latitudes. The manuscript, which includes these data, outlines the possible causal mechanisms for observing these disturbances by combining them with other observational data.</p>