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A flow of intense electric current that moves from west to east in the ionosphere above the earth's magnetic equator.
(General Physics) a narrow belt of fast-moving ions in the ionosphere, under the influence of the earth's magnetic field, causing auroral displays
a current of ions in the upper atmosphere that moves with respect to the surface of the earth and causes various auroral phenomena.