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Quiet before the storm – over!

Last week (starting with June 18) the Sun has launched consecutive solar storms and M-class flares. The shock front of first storm …

NASA SW REDI Bootcamp 2015

The 3rd Space Weather Research, Education and Development Initiative (SW REDI) has been held at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center from 2 …

Geomagnetically Induced Currents

The solar wind – magnetosphere energy transfer creates currents flowing in the coupled magnetosphere – inosphere system. The time varying magnetic field …

Geomagnetic Pulsations!

Every now and then geomagnetic pulsations are observed wherever one is measuring Earth’s magnetic field at high latitudes. Such pulsations are categorized …

Solar Eclipse success!

The solar eclipse was a success in Tromsø. Although we did not get a total eclipse here, but only 95 %, it …

Storm Sudden Commencement

This morning a few minutes after UT 04.00 a very clear jump in the solar wind speed as well as the interplanetary …

All-Sky camera

A common tool in auroral science is the all-sky camera. This is simply a camera fitted with a fish-eye lens and pointed …

Auroral forecasts!

I am now happy to say that all planned auroral forecast modes are implemented on their respective PCs. From right to left …