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10 Things to Know About the Ionosphere
The effects of seismic activity on the ionosphere are now well known and were studied by many scholars Liperovski et al. Naturally the most interest is connected with those phenomena which could be observed before the main shock but definitely are coupled with the preparing earthquake. Among the ionospheric phenomena we can mention variation of phase of VLF signals Gufeld and Marenko, ; Gufeld et al. We can observe changes not only of the electron density but accopmained by temperature, height scale, ion composition variations Ahmamedov, ; Mikhailova et al,
The Sun cooks gases there until they lose an electron or two, which creates a sea of electrically charged particles. The ionosphere stretches roughly 50 to miles above Earth's surface, right at the edge of space. Along with the neutral upper atmosphere, the ionosphere forms the boundary between Earth's lower atmosphere — where we live and breathe — and the vacuum of space. The ionosphere is constantly changing.