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11/27/2011 -- CME Solar storm on the way -- several links to monitor situation

  • Uploaded by Dutchsense on Nov 28, 2011
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page with all the links to bookmark: sincedutch.wordpress.com said "flare" in the video.. technically its a CME (coronal mass ejection) for the real space / solar buffs out there who note terminology. CME .. not flare. my bad.... it is an eruption of material from the sun.. not a "flare" or flash of energy. ARTIS/Solarimg site: solarimg.org Japanese NICT magnetosphere simulation: www2.nict.go.jp NASA SDO satellite: sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA SOHO satellite: sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov NASA STERO satellites: stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center D-Region: www.swpc.noaa.gov NOAA proton flux monitor: www.swpc.noaa.gov www.swpc.noaa.gov www.swpc.noaa.gov Australian ionosphere HF map: www.ips.gov.au HAARP induction magnetometer: www.haarp.alaska.edu Solar movies : helioviewer.org Australian T-index: www.ips.gov.au Nordic GIC flux monitor site: www.lund.irf.se USGS geomagnetism real-time display: geomag.usgs.gov NOAA mother of all links: www.ngdc.noaa.gov NOAA SWPC daily alert text: www.swpc.noaa.gov Different WebSDR (short wave radio) stations to listen to / see the solar interference -- listen to different frequencies w4ax.com websdr.pa3weg.nl websdr.nets.kr.ua outside.wallawalla.edu www.websdr.at susanne.esrac.ele.tue.nl



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