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2012 Space Weather Workshop

Aurora Borealis, 1977, near Anchorage, Alaska from the National Weather Service collection in NOAA’s online photo database

The annual Space Weather Workshop will take place on April 24-27 2012 at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder, Colorado. Registration is now open.

The conference schedule is online here.

Organizers call it the meeting of science, research, applications, operations and users.

The annual Space Weather Workshop will take place on April 24-27 2012 at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder, Colorado. Registration is now open.

The conference schedule is online here.

Organizers call it the meeting of science, research, applications, operations and users.

Session topics include space weather effects on satellites, on aviation, commercial implications, what the national weather service, NASA the National Science Foundation and international agencies are doing about it, international coordination of space weather activities, predictions, modeling, ionospheric variability, geomagnetic induced currents and the solar cycle.

Begun in 1996 as a small meeting for the space weather community, it has grown into the largest forum for space weather effects and predictions in the United States.

The event is sponsored by NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center.

For information, contact LCDR Jeff Shoup at the email address below.