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Lunar impacts

Aberystwyth University (ABER) will upgrade and convert its lunar impact software and post it online in order to enable users to detect visible flashes in lunar amateur or professional images.

Giant planet fireballs

The Universidad del Pais Vasco (UPV/EHU) will upgrade and convert its giant planet fireball detection software and post it online in order to enable users to detect visible fireballs in giant planet amateur or professional images.

Cometary tails

Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) within the University College of London (UCL) will upgrade and convert its comet tail analysis software and post it online, with the aim of also providing it as an interactive suite. The software will be readily accessible to any users (professional or amateur) who work with comet images and wish to obtain an estimate for the solar wind speed at the comet from their observations.

  • Fall 2017 : PSWS topical issue in Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate

  • TBD : PSWS/NA1 workshop on Tools and Services for Amateurs IRAP, France

  • 2017-10-09 : PSWS/NA1 workshop on Sun's Influence on Planets, IRAP, France

  • 2017-11-27 : PSWS session at ESWW, Ostend

  • 2017-09-17 : PSWS session at EPSC, Riga

  • 2017-05-11 : PSWS presentation at European Commission, Brussel

  • 2017-05-03 : PSWS presentation at EPN H2020 RI PMC, Windsor

  • 2017-04-25 : PSWS presentation at EGU, Viennaa

  • 2016-03-21 : PSWS Kick-Off meeting, IRAP, France

  • 2015-11-25 : Presentations at European Space Weather Week, Ostend, Belgium

  • 2015-11-10 : Europlanet NA2 Impact meeting, UCL, London, UK

  • 2015-09-28 : Presentation at EPSC, Session MT9, Nantes, France

  • 2015-09-27 : Kick off meeting in Nantes, France

  • 2015-09-15 : Management meeting at Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

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