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Module 21: Solar Activity & its Effects on Earth

Module 21: Solar Activity & its Effects on Earth

Module 21: Solar Activity & its Effects on Earth. Activity 2: High-Energy Astronomy. Summary:.

By elina
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Clicker Question:

Clicker Question:

Clicker Question:. Which planet most resembles our Moon in surface features and atmosphere: A: Mercury B: Venus C: Mars D: Uranus. Clicker Question:. Earth’s average density is about the same as: A: water B: an iron meteorite C: balsa wood D: a chunk of volcanic rock.

By dinh
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Solar Activity and VLF

Solar Activity and VLF

Solar Activity and VLF. Prepared by Sheila Bijoor and Naoshin Haque Stanford University, Stanford, CA IHY Workshop on Advancing VLF through the Global AWESOME Network. Outline. Solar wind Sun’s magnetic topology Transients: CIRs, CMEs, Solar flares Earth’s magnetosphere/ionosphere

By jules
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A Unique Collaboration Between Scientists and Educators

A Unique Collaboration Between Scientists and Educators

A Unique Collaboration Between Scientists and Educators. Designing Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance Monitors. Deborah Scherrer, Ray Mitchell, William Clark, Richard Styner, Philip Scherrer, Umran Inan, Morris Cohen, Justin Tan, Shannon Lee, Sharad Khanal, Scott Winegarden, Hao Thai, Paul Mortfield

By yauvani
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Solar Spectral Irradiance: From the Sun to the Earth, the Calibration Connection

Solar Spectral Irradiance: From the Sun to the Earth, the Calibration Connection

Solar Spectral Irradiance: From the Sun to the Earth, the Calibration Connection. Frank Eparvier, EVE Project Scientist eparvier@lasp.colorado.edu 303-492-4546. Irradiance: One Spectrum, Two Stories. Atmospheric Physics

By chiara
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Relationship Between Magnetic Clouds and Earth-Directed CMEs: Space Weather Research in Stanford Solar Group

Relationship Between Magnetic Clouds and Earth-Directed CMEs: Space Weather Research in Stanford Solar Group

Relationship Between Magnetic Clouds and Earth-Directed CMEs: Space Weather Research in Stanford Solar Group . Xuepu Zhao The Second International Space Weather Symposium Nanjing, Oct. 17-21, 2009. 1. Introduction.

By gabrielle
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Long-Term Space Weather and Terrestrial Climate

Long-Term Space Weather and Terrestrial Climate

Long-Term Space Weather and Terrestrial Climate. David H. Hathaway NASA/MSFC National Space Science and Technology Center Huntsville, AL 2004 December 17. Outline. Space Weather – What is it? Sunspots and the Sunspot Cycle Long Term Changes in Space Weather

By gavril
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SUN COURSE - SLIDE SHOW 2

SUN COURSE - SLIDE SHOW 2

SUN COURSE - SLIDE SHOW 2. Show 1 -- photosphere & sunspots. -->. 1. Introduction, 2. Magnetic fields, 3. Corona. 1. INTRODUCTION: PS Age of Sun ?. If Sun consists of coal, it could generate heat/light for …. a few thousand yrs.

By carolina
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Solar magnetic fields a physical perspective

Solar magnetic fields a physical perspective

Solar magnetic fields a physical perspective. Philip Judge, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR. "Double, double, toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble!" -- Three Witches, MacBeth. resources.

By bing
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Chapter 2 Modern CMOS technology

Chapter 2 Modern CMOS technology

Chapter 2 Modern CMOS technology. Introduction. CMOS process flow (continued). NE 343: Microfabrication and thin film technology Instructor: Bo Cui, ECE, University of Waterloo; http://ece.uwaterloo.ca/~bcui/ Textbook: Silicon VLSI Technology by Plummer, Deal and Griffin. Gate oxide growth.

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H.N. Wang 1 , H. He 1 , X. Huang 1 , Z. L. Du 1 L. Y. Zhang 1 and Y. M. Cui 2 1 National Astronomical Observatories

H.N. Wang 1 , H. He 1 , X. Huang 1 , Z. L. Du 1 L. Y. Zhang 1 and Y. M. Cui 2 1 National Astronomical Observatories

H.N. Wang 1 , H. He 1 , X. Huang 1 , Z. L. Du 1 L. Y. Zhang 1 and Y. M. Cui 2 1 National Astronomical Observatories 2 National Space Science Center Chinese Academy of Sciences RWC--China. Solar active longitude and active level estimation. Outline

By kurt
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NEW ASTRONOMERS GROUP 22 June 2010

NEW ASTRONOMERS GROUP 22 June 2010

NEW ASTRONOMERS GROUP 22 June 2010. Picture I took of Mars in 2009 With A Digital Camera Roy Jordan. Observing Session Friday Night. Observing Session Friday Night. Left my best lenses at home . But I do have my 32 mm lens !. Is this a planet or a star?.

By jared
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Long Term Measurements of Solar Wind Fe Charge States

Long Term Measurements of Solar Wind Fe Charge States

Long Term Measurements of Solar Wind Fe Charge States. Mark Popecki , A. Galvin, L. M. Kistler,H. Kucharek, E. Moebius, K. Simunac, P. Bochsler, L. M. Blush, B. Klecker. slow. fast. Von Steiger et al., (2000). Solar Wind Fe Charge State Expectations. Four types (Schwenn, 2006)

By terri
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steinr.pa.msu/~bob/data.html

steinr.pa.msu/~bob/data.html

http://steinr.pa.msu.edu/~bob/data.html. Emerging Flux Simulations & proto Active Regions. Bob Stein – Michigan State U. Lagerfjärd – Copenhagen U. Å. Nordlund – Niels Bohr Inst. D. Georgobiani – Michigan State U. The Simulation.

By adila
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Helicity on the Sun: What is it good for anyway?

Helicity on the Sun: What is it good for anyway?

Helicity on the Sun: What is it good for anyway?. Slide 1 of 10830. Helicity has done extremely well from 1999-present (much better than my 401K!). Slide 2 of 10830. Kusano et al (2002) had studied helicity and energy flow into photosphere in AR8100, Nov. 2-5, 1997

By maili
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Stochastic Seismic Emission from Acoustic Glories in New Active Regions of cycle 24

Stochastic Seismic Emission from Acoustic Glories in New Active Regions of cycle 24

Stochastic Seismic Emission from Acoustic Glories in New Active Regions of cycle 24. Alina Donea Centre for Stellar and Planetary Astrophysics Monash University. Holographic images of seismic emissions in AR10486. acoustic glory = enhanced seismic emission 5mHz, halo (Braun, Lindsey 1992).

By coye
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Anisotropy of current helicity in solar active regions

Anisotropy of current helicity in solar active regions

Anisotropy of current helicity in solar active regions. Xu Haiqing, Gao Yu & Zhang Hongqi, NAOC 2) Kirill Kuzanyan, IZMIRAN, Russia 3) Rodion Stepanov, ICMM, Perm, Russia 4) Dmitry Sokoloff, Moscow University, Russia Helicity forever!. The role of helicity in dynamos.

By vince
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Solar Cycle Spot Distribution

Solar Cycle Spot Distribution

Solar Dynamo. Solar Cycle Spot Distribution. Emerging Active Regions. Solar Wind. Transient Events. Coronal Diagnostics and Modelling. What’s next?. Dynamo Theory of Solar Activity MHD investigation of dynamo mechanisms operating inside the Sun and late-type main sequence stars

By verda
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Toolkit for Creating Adaptable Distributed Applications

Toolkit for Creating Adaptable Distributed Applications

Toolkit for Creating Adaptable Distributed Applications. Joe Loyall www.dist-systems.bbn.com/projects/OIT “ Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature's inexorable imperative. ” – H. G. Wells DARPA Intrusion Detection PI Meeting December 15-17, 1998.

By eros
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Why do the two different types of source regio n matter? Tell-tail signs:

Why do the two different types of source regio n matter? Tell-tail signs:

IMF source region properties are one of the governing factor for elemental composition variation in gradual SEP events. Why do the two different types of source regio n matter? Tell-tail signs:

By waneta
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