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A pulsation event has been studied which showed Ps6-type characteristics with a period of about 20 min. Data from a number of magnetometer and riometer measurements over a large area have been combined with balloon measurements of the electric field to obtain a detailed description of the ionospheric current system during the event. The pulsations reported here occured over an interval longer than 3 h and showed large magnetic variations, up to 700 nT. A model of the three-dimensional current flow has been derived which agrees with the data. It is concluded that most of the magnetic disturbance measured on the ground is caused by Hall-currents.
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