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DOI10.1029/2011RS004794
ISSN0048-6604
Labellattes: 0505123426174183 12 WilliamsKBSNABCDHLSTS:2012:RoHa
Citation KeyWilliamsKBSNABCDHLSTS:2012:RoHa
TitleResolution of the sprite polarity paradox: The role of halos
ProjectHungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA:K72474); NSF (AGS-1010657); National Science Foundation (ATM-0842751); Office of Naval Research (N00014090443)
Year2012
Access Date2024, May 28
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Author 1 Williams, E.
 2 Kuo, C. -L.
 3 Bór, J.
 4 Sátori, G.
 5 Newsome, Robert
 6 Adachi, Toru
 7 Boldi, Robert
 8 Chen, A.
 9 Downes, Eric
10 Hsu, R. R.
11 Lyons, W.
12 Saba, Marcelo Magalhães Fares
13 Taylor, M.
14 Su, H T
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Affiliation 1 Parsons Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States
 2 Department of Physics, National Chen Kung University, Tainan 70101, Taiwan
 3 Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, GGI, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Csatkai u. 6-8, Sopron, Hungary
 4 Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, GGI, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Csatkai u. 6-8, Sopron, Hungary
 5 STAR Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, United States
 6 STAR Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, United States
 7 Faculty of Engineering, Design, and Information Technology, University of Bahrain Polytechnic, PO Box 33349, Isa Town, Bahrain
 8 Department of Physics, National Chen Kung University, Tainan 70101, Taiwan
 9 Parsons Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States
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12 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
13 Center for Atmospheric and Space Sciences, Utah State University, Ogden, UT 84322-4405, United States
14 Department of Physics, National Chen Kung University, Tainan 70101, Taiwan
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JournalRadio Science
Volume47
Number2
Pages1-12
Secondary MarkB1_GEOCIÊNCIAS
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Keywordselectrical engineering
radio
halo
AbstractThis study revisits the sprite polarity paradox, first manifest by observations that exceptional cloud-to-ground flashes with negative polarity generally did not produce detectable sprites. The paradox is here resolved by the Transient Luminous Event (TLE) known as the halo, which on account of its inferior brightness (0.3 MR versus 1.5 MR) and substantially shorter duration (1 ms versus 10-100 ms) in comparison with the sprite, is not readily detectable in ground-based video cameras with standard field duration (16.7-20 ms). Observations with improved temporal resolution (ISUAL (Imager of Sprites and Upper Atmospheric Lightnings) from space and PIPER (Photometric Imager of Precipitated Electron Radiation) observations from the ground) provide evidence that flashes with negative polarity dominate the global halo population, and that the halo numbers are more than sufficient to account for the previously missing TLEs. The evidence for lightning polarity-dependent TLEs (sprites, positive and halos, negative) is attributable to the well established but incompletely understood contrast in the behavior of negative and positive lightning flashes to ground. Copyright 2012 by the American Geophysical Union.
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