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1. Provisional magnetic data recorded at Macquarie (MCQ) and Davis (DVS) MAGDAS (MAGnetic Data Acquisition System) stations [AAS_4020]
SERC, Kyushu University, have deployed MAGDAS magnetometers at 57 stations along the 210- and 96-degree magnetic meridians (MM) and the magnetic Dip equator, and three FM-CW radars along the 210o ...

2. Antarctic solar terrestrial and geophysical studies from geomagnetic and GPS data [CNDA-ESP_EBRO02_META_BAS015]
In English: This dataset contains information on monitoring the geomagnetic field. The aim of this and the previous campaign is a qualitative jump in the magnetic observatory operation as it receives ...

3. Investigations of Space Weather and the Mesosphere using the TIGER Radar [ASAC_1246]
The Tasman International Geospace Environment Radar (TIGER) is an over-the-horizon radar that locates ionospheric structures in the region between Tasmania and Antarctica, measuring their velocities. ...

4. Space_Update: Earth Views of Space and Space Views of Earth [ESIP_3_Space_Update]
"Space Update" is an information and imagery multimedia treasure trove CD-ROM produced by Rice University and used by over a million visitors at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Designed as ...

5. ULF induction magnetometer data from Australian Antarctic and subantarctic stations [AAS_4172]
Space weather is a significant hazard to modern technology. It results from energization of the Earth's radiation belts and subsequent transport of relativistic particles to low altitudes. Plasma ...

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