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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 ...
STEP Forward 2007-2007 Space Science Enhancement Proposal to CSA
The most effective way to exploit Canada’s ideal position for auroral zone science is to emplace instruments with sufficient density for meaningful studies. Magnetometers are useful instruments for this since their cost ...
Electrodynamic Parameters of the Auroral Oval from Combined Spacecraft and Ground Measurements
(European Space Agency, 2006)
Spacecraft traversing the auroral oval respond primarily to the field-aligned currents at its poleward and equatorward borders that are part of a solenoidal current system. If electric and magnetic field measurements are ...
A Centenary 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 ...
CASCA 2006 Calgary AU Attendees
Photos showing AU attendees at CASCA 2006, held in Calgary in early June 2006.
Photos of remote labs and DE student.
Prairie spiders of Alberta and Saskatchewan
(Arthropods of Canadian Grasslands, 2002)
In the prairie ecozone of Alberta and Saskatchewan, 356 species of spiders in 2 I families have been collected. The 10 families with the most species were Linyphiidae (30%), Gnaphosidae (13%), Salticidae (8%), Theridiidae ...
15th International Congress of Arachnology: A Canadian Perspective
(The Canadian Arachnologist, 2001-05)
Progress on Low-Cost Pulse-Counting Magnetometers for Geomagnetic Studies
"what the world needs now is a good $500 magnetometer"
(Canadian Encyclopedia, 2006)