ST Solar-Terrestrial Sciences
The 2015 Outstanding Student Poster (OSP) Award is awarded to Denys Dudkin for the poster/PICO entitled:
Power line emission 50/60 Hz and Schumann resonances observed by microsatellite Chibis-M in the Earth’s ionosphere (Dudkin, D.; Pilipenko, V.; Dudkin, F.; Pronenko, V.; Klimov, S.)
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Denys Dudkin is a PhD Student at the Lviv Centre of the Institute for Space Research, Ukraine. His research interests are in the area of study of the wave processes and EM fields in space plasma, as well the data processing from the space and ground-based EM sensors. In the awarded poster, he presented the results of data analysis from a very compact electric antenna placed on board of the low Earth orbit microsatellite Chibis-M. The results demonstrate the leakage of an electric field of power terrestrial sources (Schumann resonance and power line emission 50/60 Hz) into the ionosphere above F2 layer and two cases of a very long range of power line emission detection over oceans (few thousand km).