What is the Astrophysics Research Group at TCD doing to understand Space Weather?
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Astrophysics Research Group at Trinity College Dublin
Rosse Observatory at Birr Castle, Co. Offaly, Ireland.
Space weather effects image comes from a modified version of Jan Wera's image.
Events on the time line comes from Space weather effects on Communication by Lanzerotti (2007) [e-print].
SMART code is described in Solar Magnetic Feature Detection and Tracking for Space Weather Monitoring" (Higgins et al., 2010) [e-print].
Magnetic extrapolation comes from a modified version of Figure 10 in "Testing magnetofrictional extrapolation with the Titov-Démoulin model of solar active regions" by Valori et al. (2010) [e-print].
Solar images from SOHO/EIT, SoHO/MDI, SDO/AIA and SDO/HMI instruments obtained using Helioviewer.org.
Radio shock observed on April 20, 1998 from Nançay Radioheliograph (France).
Flare model cartoon is a modifed version of flare diagram.
Space weather session at Euroscience Open Forum 2012 will happen at 13'30 on July 15, 2012.