INAG Bulletin on the Web
INAG-74 - August 2017
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INAG Newsletter 2017-05! Solar Eclipse 2017 as seen by GIRO ionosonde network.
INAG Newsletter 2017-06! GAMBIT Explorer for INAG community.
The past issues of INAG Newsletter since 2nd September of 2014 are available here.
A new ionospheric station for Chile(size 0.6 MB) by E.M. Ovalle, C.U. Villalobos, L.A. Aguero, R.E. Leiva and A.J. Foppiano
Conjugate hemisphere ionospheric response to the St. Patrick's Day storms of 2013 and 2015 in the 100°E longitude sector (6.5MB) by Bitap Raj Kalita, Rumajyoti Hazarika, Geetashree Kakoti, P. K. Bhuyan, D. Chakrabarty, G. K. Seemala, K. Wang, S. Sharma, T. Yokoyama, P. Supnithi, T. Komolmis, C. Y. Yatini, M. Le Huy, and P. Roy
Variations of the ionospheric parameters and vertical electron density distribution at the northern edge of the EIA from 2010 to 2015 along 95E and comparison with the IRI-2012 (2.6 MB) by Bitap Raj Kalita, Pradip Kumar Bhuyan
Preearthquake anomalous ionospheric signatures observed at low-mid latitude Indian station, Delhi, during the year 2015 to early 2016: Preliminary results (3.8MB) by Sumedha Gupta and A. K. Upadhayaya
Space Weather: Understanding and Mitigating Impacts on Our Interconnected and Interdependent Critical Infrastructure
by Bill Murtagh (NOAA/SWPC)
The 17th Australian Space Research Conference (ASRC) will be held in Sydney at the University of Sydney, Camperdown campus, 13-15 November 2017.
2017 Space Weather Users Workshop: National Security and Prosperity, organised by the Space Weather Services, Australian Bureau of Meteorology, in Sydney, 16-17 November 2017.
(Created on 2 June 2017, updated on 24 August 2017)
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