Russell Stoneback is an Assistant Professor of Physics. His research interests include:
- Ionospheric Electrodynamics and Irregularities
- Forcing from the Neutral Atmosphere
- Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling
- In-Situ Plasma Instruments that Measure Ion Density, Composition, Velocity, and Temperature
- In-Situ Neutral Particle Instruments that Measure Neutral Density and Velocity
- Cubesat Platforms, Individual and Constellations
- Python Tools for Open and Reproducible Space Science
- Data Based Assimilation Techniques
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Coherent-scatter, high-frequency, phased-array radars create narrow beams through the use of constructive and destructive interference patterns. This formation method leads to the creation of a secondary beam, or lobe, ...