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From this fact we deduce: (a) after the emission of each photon of 5577 the oxygen atom must either emit a photon of 6300 or leave the lD state by collisional deexcitati~n~; (b) the lack of covariance between 6300 and 5577 shows that the second alternative is followed; (c) therefore, the 6300 emission that we do observe must be due to some mechanism not associated with 5577 and must be emitted at a n atmospheric height where collisional deexcitation is less than it is in the 100-km region where 5577 occurs.
W ...... ..... ..... .. . . t .... LATITUDE 20° 40° 55O 65' FIG. 19. Idealized representation of magnetic tubes corresponding to different magnetic latitudes. Heights in the sketch are proportional to the length of a tube from the earth's surface to the equatorial crossing. The relative volumes with respect to unit terminal cross section are indicated. I n Fig. 19 the tubes corresponding t o several magnetic latitudes are displayed with their curvature removed. The volumes with respect to a fixed end area are approximately in the ratio 1 (20' latitude), 10 (40'), 100 (55'), and 1000 (65').
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