Abstract: The meteor radar at Mohe station (53.5°N, 122.3°E) is an all-sky interferometry radar with wide beam. It can detect meteor trails left by meteoroids when entering and ablating in the Earth atmosphere at altitudes between 70 km and 110 km. The dataset of Mohe meteor radar consists of radar observation data and radar analysed data. Radar observation data includes the range, angle of arrival, radial velocity, signal power, decay time, diffusion coefficient of meteor trails, etc. Radar analysed wind data is the atmosphere wind obtained from observation data after data analysis. The dataset from Mohe meteor radar can be used in studies of atmosphere dynamics in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT) region and the coupling between atmosphere and ionosphere.
Keywords: all-sky meteor radar; Mohe; meteor trail; MLT; atmosphere wind; Meridian Project