Ionospheric Absorption Effects of the Solar Eclipse of 24 October 1995


The solar eclipse of 24 October 1995 was observed in Wuhan. Field strength equipment was used to detect the radio wave absorption in the D-region and absorption data on the eclipse and control days were obtained. The comparison of these curves shows that the absorption values during the eclipse are less than the normal values. It was found that absorption effects began before the first contact and ended after the last contact.

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