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Baron, P.; Ochiai, S.; Dupuy, E.; Larsson, R.; Liu, H.; Manago, N.; Murtagh, D.; Oyama, S.-i.; Sagawa, H.; Saito, A. et al.; Sakazaki, T.; Shiotani, M.; Suzuki, M.: Potential for the measurement of mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT) wind, temperature, density and geomagnetic field with Superconducting Submillimeter-Wave Limb-Emission Sounder 2 (SMILES-2). Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (1), pp. 219 - 237 (2020)
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Larsson, R.; Lankhaar, B.: Zeeman effect splitting coefficients for ClO, OH and NO in some earth atmosphere applications. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 250, 107050 (2020)
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Pfreundschuh, S.; Eriksson, P.; Buehler, S. A.; Brath, M.; Duncan, D.; Larsson, R.; Ekelund, R.: Synergistic radar and radiometer retrievals of ice hydrometeors. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (8), pp. 4219 - 4245 (2020)
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Yamada, T.; Sato, T. O.; Adachi, T.; Winkler, H.; Kuribayashi, K.; Larsson, R.; Yoshida, N.; Takahashi, Y.; Sato, M.; Chen, A. B. et al.; Hsu, R. R.; Nakano, Y.; Fujinawa, T.; Nara, S.; Uchiyama, Y.; Kasai, Y.: HO2 Generation Above Sprite-Producing Thunderstorms Derived from Low-Noise SMILES Observation Spectra. Geophysical Research Letters 47 (3), e60090 (2020)
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Larsson, R.; Lankhaar, B.; Eriksson, P.: Updated Zeeman effect splitting coefficients for molecular oxygen in planetary applications. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 224, pp. 431 - 438 (2019)
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Larsson, R.; Kasai, Y.; Kuroda, T.; Sato, S.; Yamada, T.; Maezawa, H.; Hasegawa, Y.; Nishibori, T.; Nakasuka, S.; Hartogh, P.: Mars submillimeter sensor on microsatellite: sensor feasibility study. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 7 (4), pp. 331 - 341 (2018)

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Larsson, R.; Mendrok, J.; Kasai, Y.; Buehler, S. A.; Dieval, C.; Brain, D.; Hartogh, P.: Using Zeeman effect on molecular oxygen to measure Mars' crustal magnetism: Sensor requirements from simulated signal strengths. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (2015)
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