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Interpretation of Automated Forward Modeling Parameters for Sawtooth Events and Substorms
(International Conference on Substorms 8, 2006)
Automated Forward Modeling (AFM) is an inversion technique based on magnetic data alone, which can indicate physical parameters associated with electrojets. From perturbations along a meridian, the total electric current ...
A Survey of Orbits of Co-orbitals of Jupiter
Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids fulfill the prediction of Lagrange that orbits can be stable when a small body orbits in specific locations relative to its ‘parent’ planet and the Sun. The first such Trojan asteroid was discovered ...
Cross Meridian Currents in Storms and Sawtooth Events
Automated Forward Modeling (AFM) is an inversion technique based on magnetic data alone, which can indicate physical parameters associated with electrojets and field-aligned currents. From perturbations along a meridian, ...
A Survey of Orbits of Co-Orbitals of Jupiter (Poster)
Co- Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids fulfill the prediction of Lagrange that orbits can be stable when a small body orbits in specific locations relative to its ‘parent’ planet and the Sun. The first such Trojan was discovered ...
Noctilucent Cloud Videos, Jun 23 2006
Videos of noctilucent clouds (NLC) seen from Athabasca University Geophysical Observatory on June 23 2006. NLC are mesospheric clouds which are very high and lit up by the sun despite it being well below the horizon at the ...
Physical Parameters of Substorms from Automated Forward Modeling
AFM technique applied to give average parameters of substorms and relation to AL index, Weimer parametrization, optical data
Linear fit to an arbitrarily long 2-column dataset.
2001-2002 Image SI12 - Canopus events
SI12 events in winters 2001 and 2002 selected to have invertable Canopus magnetic data and accompanied by optical data
AFM - Prospectus
Automated Forward Modelling is explained and examined.
May 25, 2007 Meteor
(Please contact Martin Connors for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 2007-05-31)
The file shows a view of the whole sky on Friday May 25 at 1:07:20 am with data from 1:07:24 superposed. This shows the meteor track in the southern sky, inside the box near the bottom along with the start point just ...