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Science behind weather forecasting

The Met Office explains how they create weather forecasts

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Magnetic Reversals

Space weather effects on technology such as GPS, power systems, submarines, satellites, planes and more.

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Space Weather Prediction Centre

Real-time monitoring and forecasting of solar and geophysical events.

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SpaceWeather.com

This site gives daily information on solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather.

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Streetline

Streetline collects live data from street-based sensors to tell users where empty parking spaces can be found via a smartphone app. An example of the internet of things

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Weather forecasting through the ages

NASA's brief history of weather forecasting, from Ancient greeks through to modern day satellite imaging.

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A Super Solar Flare

A look back at the biggest space weather event on record, the Carrington Event.

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Allstar Network - Making a weather vane

Description of how to make a simple weather vane.

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1 in 8 Chance of Catastrophic Solar Megastorm by 2020

A good article that looks at the chances and risks of a large space weather event on the scale of the Carrington Event.

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IMAGE - Auroral science

Information about the earth's magnetic field, solar wind, the magnetosphere, Van Allen belts and space weather from NASA's IMAGE mission.

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