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Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3�

Download scientific diagram | Pangea and Magsat scalar total magnetic field anomalies reduced to 400 km altitude (Z ) and to 60000 nT radial polarization�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� This home page provides listing and plotting of 0.5-sec. resolution magnetic field vectors from NASA's MAGSAT spacecraft (300-600 km altitude, 90 deg� MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version� Download scientific diagram | Pangea and Magsat scalar total magnetic field anomalies reduced to 400 km altitude (Z ) and to 60000 nT radial polarization�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� This home page provides listing and plotting of 0.5-sec. resolution magnetic field vectors from NASA's MAGSAT spacecraft (300-600 km altitude, 90 deg� MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version� Download scientific diagram | Pangea and Magsat scalar total magnetic field anomalies reduced to 400 km altitude (Z ) and to 60000 nT radial polarization�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� This home page provides listing and plotting of 0.5-sec. resolution magnetic field vectors from NASA's MAGSAT spacecraft (300-600 km altitude, 90 deg� MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version� Download scientific diagram | Pangea and Magsat scalar total magnetic field anomalies reduced to 400 km altitude (Z ) and to 60000 nT radial polarization�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� This home page provides listing and plotting of 0.5-sec. resolution magnetic field vectors from NASA's MAGSAT spacecraft (300-600 km altitude, 90 deg� MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3� Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version� Download scientific diagram | Pangea and Magsat scalar total magnetic field anomalies reduced to 400 km altitude (Z ) and to 60000 nT radial polarization�

Magsat spacecraft was launched in the fall of 1979 and ended in the spring of 1980. Print/export. Create a book � Download as PDF � Printable version�

MagSat (Magnetic Field Satellite) /AEM-3 / Explorer 61. MagSat was a joint NASA and USGS (United States Geological Survey) mission, also known as AEM-3�

This home page provides listing and plotting of 0.5-sec. resolution magnetic field vectors from NASA's MAGSAT spacecraft (300-600 km altitude, 90 deg�