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Upcoming Events

Monday, March 04, 2024
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
EMIC ISSI Team Meeting
Find out more about our electromagentic ion cyclotron wave team at https://teams.issibern.ch/electromagneticwaveactivity/
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Monday, March 04, 2024
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Magnetosphere Online Seminar Series
The Magnetosphere Online Seminar Series is a weekly seminar held every Monday at 1200 Eastern Time unless otherwise stated. The Seminar Series is a set of overview talks marching through the magnetosphere, interspersed with software, mission, instrument tutorials, and Early Career talks.

The seminars will continue every Monday at 12 noon eastern. If you are interested in giving a seminar please contact us.

A link to join the seminar via Zoom or YouTube can be found on our home page (https://msolss.github.io/MagSeminars/).

Add your name to the mailing list here - https://msolss.github.io/MagSeminars/mail-list.html

And see previous talks here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNlOK9mCmI3V111EHQRCuEQ
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Tuesday, March 05, 2024
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
EMIC ISSI Team Meeting
Find out more about our electromagentic ion cyclotron wave team at https://teams.issibern.ch/electromagneticwaveactivity/
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Featured Videos

A Solar Wind Sea Shanty

Parodying the classic sea shanty "The Wellerman," “The Solar Wind: A Heliophysics Sea Shanty” illuminates one of the primary connections between the Sun and Earth, the solar wind. Participants (in order of appearance): Douglas E. Rowland (NASA/GSFC), Ashley Greeley (USRA), Ian Richardson (UMD), Jeff Klenzing (NASA/GSFC), Susannah Darling (ADNET). Video credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Susannah Darling (ADNET), Joy Ng (USRA), Nick Leonard (Freelance), Miles Hatfield (Telophase), Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET), This video can be shared and downloaded at https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/13853 .

Welcome to the Ionosphere!

Learn about the features of the ionosphere! This little-explored region exists between space and Earth. It is home to the aurora, the international space station, a variety of satellites, and radio communication waves. We know it is sensitive to weather from Earth and conditions in space, called space weather. Join us as we venture to this interface to space! Music credit: Foxy Trot by Luis Enriquez Bacalov Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Krystofer Kim (USRA), Genna Duberstein (USRA), Ryan Fitzgibbons (USRA), Robert C. Garner (USRA), Sarah L. Jones (NASA/GSFC), Tom Immel (SSL Berkeley), Jeff Klenzing. This video is public domain and along with other supporting visualizations can be downloaded from the Scientific Visualization Studio at: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12532

Exploring the Ionospehre with Gold

GOLD has a continual view of Earth and its outer atmosphere. This visualization shows the view of Earth from GOLD. Because GOLD remains situated above the same geographic longitude, ICON will pass through its field of view. The took complementary measurements from different vantage points, making it easier to identify what causes a given change in the ionosphere. Credits: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio. This video is public domain and may be downloaded at: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/4503