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2013 Space Weather Workshop

In 1997, AT&T’s Telstar 401 satellite failed, probably due to magnetic storms

The annual Space Weather Workshop will take place on April 16-19 2013 at Millennium Harvest House Hotel in Boulder, Colorado. Registration opens on February 15.

Sunday, March 31 is the registration and abstract submission deadline.

This meeting will bring together customers, forecasters, vendors, and researchers of space weather information.

The annual Space Weather Workshop will take place on April 16-19 2013 at Millennium Harvest House Hotel in Boulder, Colorado. Registration opens on February 15.

Sunday, March 31 is the registration and abstract submission deadline.

This meeting will bring together customers, forecasters, vendors, and researchers of space weather information.

The conference will cover the remarkably diverse impacts of space weather on today’s technology in communications, navigation, spacecraft operations, aviation, and electric power. Discussion will focus on prioritizing services that can guide future research and identifying critical capabilities that can be put into practice.

Highlights include progress in large-scale modeling efforts and new developments in Sun-to-Earth coupled modeling systems.

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.