archive-eu.com » EU » S » SPACESTORM.EU

Total: 51

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Meeting Documents | Spacestorm
    and Publications Presentations Publicity and Press Releases Forecasting Spacestorm Modelling space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space wether started by the FP7 SPACECAST project SPACESTORM is a collaborative Project funded by the European Union s 7th Framework Programme to model space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather started by

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/members/meetings-and-events/agendas-and-other-documents/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Actions | Spacestorm
    Research Papers and Publications Presentations Publicity and Press Releases Forecasting Spacestorm Modelling space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space wether started by the FP7 SPACECAST project SPACESTORM is a collaborative Project funded by the European Union s 7th Framework Programme to model space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/members/actions/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Vacation Student Projects | Spacestorm
    effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space wether started by the FP7 SPACECAST project SPACESTORM is a collaborative Project funded by the European Union s 7th Framework Programme to model space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather started by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Members Vacation Student Projects This is the area for project partners

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/members/vacation-student-projects/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Publications and Media | Spacestorm
    forecasting of space wether started by the FP7 SPACECAST project SPACESTORM is a collaborative Project funded by the European Union s 7th Framework Programme to model space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather started by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Publications and Media Whenever possible the Spacestorm partners will make their peer reviewed publications available here Research Papers and

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/publications-and-media/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Research Papers and Publications | Spacestorm
    builds on the forecasting of space weather started by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Publications and Media Research Papers and Publications Please click on the links below to read the research papers resulting from the work done on the SPACESTORM project Research Papers Ganushkina N Y O A Amariutei D Welling and D Heynderickx 2015 Nowcast model for low energy electrons in the inner magnetosphere Space Weather 13 16 34 doi 10 1002 2014SW001098 Ilie R M W Liemohn G Toth N Yu Ganushkina and L K S Daldorff 2015 Assessing the role of oxygen on ring current formation and evolution through numerical experiments J Geophys Res Space Physics 120 4656 4668 doi 10 1002 2015JA021157 Ganushkina N Y Liemohn M W Dubyagin S Daglis I A Dandouras I De Zeeuw D L Ebihara Y Ilie R Katus R Kubyshkina M Milan S E Ohtani S Ostgaard N Reistad J P Tenfjord P Toffoletto F Zaharia S and Amariutei O Defining and resolving current systems in geospace Ann Geophys 33 1369 1402 doi 10 5194 angeo 33 1369 2015 2015 Horne R B 2015 Trapping and acceleration of upflowing ionospheric electrons in the magnetosphere by electrostatic electron cyclotron harmonic waves Geophys Res Lett 42 975 980 doi 10 1002 2014GL062406 Meredith N P R B Horne J D Isles and J V Rodriguez 2015 Extreme relativistic electron fluxes at geosynchronous orbit Analysis of GOES E 2 MeV electrons Space Weather 13 170 184 doi 10 1002 2014SW001143 Horne R B and D Pitchford 2015 Space Weather Concerns for All Electric Propulsion Satellites Space Weather 13 430 433 doi 10 1002 2015SW001198 Ryden K A Hands A D P Underwood C I Rodgers D J Internal Charging Measurements in Medium Earth Orbit Using the SURF Sensor 2005 2014 in Plasma Science

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/publications-and-media/research-papers/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Presentations | Spacestorm
    space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather started by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Publications and Media Presentations Scientific and non scientific presentations related to SPACESTORM are available here Presentations S A Glauert Recent Developments in the BAS Radiation Belt Model Poster presented at ESWW11 Liège 17th 21st November 2014 R B Horne SPACESTORM in the Context of Electric Orbit Raising Missions Given at a splinter meeting at ESWW11 Liège 20th November 2014 N P Meredith Extreme Relativistic Electron Fluxes at Geosynchronous Orbit Given at ESWW11 Liège 17th 21st November 2014 S A Glauert The BAS Radiation Belt Model Given at the Met Office Exeter 16th January 2015 R B Horne Space Weather Charging Environments Especially Radiation Belts Given at the SEREN workshop on Physical Pathways to Space Weather Impacts London 10th 12th Feb 2015 R B Horne Incorporating Wave Particle Interactions into Global Models Given at the SHIELDS workshop Los Alamos USA 23rd Feb 2015 R B Horne Space Weather Gap Analysis and Proposed Services Given at the Satellite Operators Meeting Exeter 10th March 2015 N P Meredith Extreme Relativistic Electron Fluxes at Geosynchronous Orbit Given at IMC

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/publications-and-media/presentations/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Publicity and Press Releases | Spacestorm
    Project funded by the European Union s 7th Framework Programme to model space weather events and mitigating their effects on satellites The project builds on the forecasting of space weather started by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Publications and Media Publicity and Press Releases The SPACESTORM project will engage with stakeholders and the general public using a range of events and materials Public Engagement Into Space EU Space Research BAS

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/publications-and-media/publicity-and-press-releases/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Forecasting | Spacestorm
    by the FP7 SPACECAST project Home Forecasting Forecasting Space Weather The SPACESTORM project is developing new set of web displays specifically for satellite operators and designers It continues the forecasting of space weather first started by the EU SPACECAST project This site describes the project partners work to be carried out and dissemination activities The forecasts are provided via the SPACECAST web site via the link here They contain many additional scientific data displays to aid interpretation These will be released in the latter half of 2015 A new system of space weather forecasting was set up and implemented in the SPACECAST project which was funded by the EU under FP7 The new SPACESTORM project has made a commitment to continue 3 of these forecasts Forecasts of the high energy electrons 300 keV to 2 MeV A Nowcast of the low energy electrons 40 to 150 keV Radiation dose rates due to energetic protons The models used to create these forecasts are being developed further in the SPACESTORM project First the research models are being developed to include new physical processes Once these improvements are made and tested they are incorporated into the forecasting models Already four major improvements to the forecasting models have been implemented in year 1 of the SPACESTORM project Improved model of the source electron population for the low energy electron Nowcast Improved initial conditions for the high energy electron forecasts New model of chorus wave particle interactions for the high energy electrons Inclusion of losses due to magnetopause shadowing in the high energy electron forecasts Forecasting uncertainty It must be remembered that space weather forecasting is still at an early stage and there can be a lot of uncertainty To reduce uncertainty we require more advanced information on the Sun and interplanetary magnetic field and

    Original URL path: http://www.spacestorm.eu/forecasting-2/ (2016-04-28)
    Open archived version from archive



  •