The AARDDVARK Network

UltraMSK VLF receivers are now being used within the AARDDVARK Network. This international network is being used to study the upper atmosphere. VLF radio propagation is used to detect changes in ionization levels at altitudes of between about 50 to 85 km. Their goal is to increase the understanding of energy coupling between the Earth's atmosphere, Sun and Space.

Listen to one of AARDDVARK's principal investigators, Craig Rodger, talk about the network on The Science Show episode dated the 10th of November 2007.

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