Stan Soloman and the NCAR team have been working for months on a Modern Fortran MPI version of GLOW. I am upgrading it to include easy Matlab and Python acce...
A few links to Poker Flat Research Range data that are poorly indexed on Google.
Geoscience observatories in remote corners of the Earth need connectivity. We have LTE connectivity in many areas despite their remoteness, here are some rou...
The OMTI imager data has led to a number of publications used with the RISR Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter radar. Here is how to get that OMTI data.
Quickly read complex THEMIS data.
Starting high-speed auroral observations in Greenland.
Aurora in Greenland at high resolution
Slides from my geoscience auroral talk, and how to process high speed video data with computer vision algorithms.
GLOW is a popular model used in many populations, you can easily access it from Python with my Python scripts.
Need to focus camera, but first light for 2014.
Legacy auroral video systems are plagued with instability, data storage limits, and time synchronization problems. We’re going to solve those problems for my...
When you observe aurora borealis or aurora australis, what you see is a line integral of the optically thin aurora. Here’s the math.
High solar activity benefits radio scientists and radio amateurs alike.
Staying up later than usual, the bright red aurora danced from the north across the sky on the evening of Nov. 8, 1991.