SWW 2016: Space Weather Workshop

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NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center will hold it’s annual Space Weather Workshop at the Omni Interlocken Hotel in Broomfield, Colorado (10 minutes from Boulder) from April  26 to 29, 2016.

Billed as "The Meeting of Science, Research Applications, Operations and Users," what began as a small conference in 1996 is now a major event addressing the diverse impacts of space weather on critical technology, including communications, navigation, spacecraft operations, aviation and electric power.

NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center will hold it’s annual Space Weather Workshop at the Omni Interlocken Hotel in Broomfield, Colorado (10 minutes from Boulder) from April  26 to 29, 2016.

Billed as "The Meeting of Science, Research Applications, Operations and Users," what began as a small conference in 1996 is now a major event addressing the diverse impacts of space weather on critical technology, including communications, navigation, spacecraft operations, aviation and electric power.

Presentations focus on addressing operational needs and areas for future research. The workshop targets researchers, space weather service providers and end users of space weather services.

The chair of the steering committee is NOAA Lieutenant Commander Paul Hemmick. The workshop is co-sponsored by NASA and the National Science Foundation.

Registration is now open.

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