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Geomagnetic storms

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Transcript of Geomagnetic storms

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli MAGNETOSPHERE Past Events Effects References USA: NWS (NOAA), NASA, LASP
United Kingdom: BGS, STFC, MetOffice
Japan: NICT
The Netherlands: LOFAR, ESA
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Do you have any questions? Prediction CME travel time:
About 17 hours after eruption - Decoupling or shutdown
of power grids
- Spare HV transformers
- Reduced altitude flights
- High precision local clocks
- Triple-redundant chips
- Education
- Protocols Hazards & Risk Assessment:
GEOMAGNETIC STORMS
Rafael F Díaz Gaztelu
3777901 THE SUN CME Management
(lack of) - Large recurrence
- No awareness
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