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Mr. R. Ghodpage

Mr. R. Ghodpage
Associate Professor
Kolhapur Facility
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Academic Record: 
  • Ph.D.    Physics, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, 2021
  • M. Phil    Physics,Global Open University, 2011
  • M.Sc.    Physics, Nagpur University, 2002


Research Area: 
  • Night airglow, gravity waves, Equatorial plasma bubbles etc.
  1. O. B. Gurav, S. Sripathi*, R. N. Ghodpage “Simultaneous radio and optical investigations of
    storm time evaluation of post-midnight equatorial plasma bubbles (EPBs) over Indian sector”, 
    Advances Space Research,  67(2021), 87-101, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2020.09.021 (1.746)
  2. O. B. Gurav, R. N. Ghodpage*, P. T. Patil, S. Sripathi, A. K. Sharma, A. Taori and D. J. Shetti 
    “Occurrence climatology of equatorial plasma bubbles (EPBs) using optical observations over Kolhapur,
    India during solar cycle-24.”Annals Of Geophysics Journal  63( 6), CL664, 2020; doi:10.4401/ag-8068  AG, (1.6)
  3. R. N. Ghodpage*, Alok Taori, P.T. Patil, G. P. Naniwadekar,  S. Gurubaran, O.B. Gurav, Devendraa Singh
    “Observation of mesospheric waves using collocated OH airglow temperature and radar wind measurements over 
    Indian low latitudes.”  Advances in space research journal, Volume 64(2019), 1865-1875, November 2019. 
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2019.04.029 (1.746)
  4.  O. B. Gurav, V. L. Narayanan, A. K. Sharma*, R. N. Ghodpage, H. P. Gaikwad and P. T. Patil 
    “Airglow imaging observations of some evolutionary aspects of equatorial plasma bubbles from Indian sector”
    Advances in Space Research Volume 64(2), 15 July 2019, Pages 385-399, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2019.04.008, (1.746)
  5.  O. B. Gurav, A. K. Sharma, R. N. Ghodpage, D. P. Nade, G. A. Chavan, H. P.
    Gaikwad and P. T. Patil “Zonal drift velocity of Equatorial Plasma Bubbles during ascending phase of 
    24th solar cycle using All Sky Imager over Kolhapur, India” Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics,
    123 (2018), 10266-10282, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JA025810 (3.44)

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