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Galen Doser Kimberly Doyle Soham Ghosh Matthew Marsh. Space Weather Observatory to Monitor Ionosphere. Project Description. Implement Space Weather Observatory at RIT Set up antennas on campus to get a 3-dimensional view of the particles in the ionosphere

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project description
Project Description
  • Implement Space Weather Observatory at RIT
    • Set up antennas on campus to get a 3-dimensional view of the particles in the ionosphere
    • Collect data, interpret what is happening
    • Collaborate with other space weather monitoring systems and figure out how to anticipate a space weather storm
deliverables status
Deliverables Status
  • By the end of MSD I the antennas will be placed throughout the RIT campus and the Command Center will be functional and analysis of system will have begun
  • MSD II will focus on the Command Center. It will become fully operational and will be capable of interacting with other systems monitoring space weather
key challenges
Key Challenges
  • Weather resistant cover for antennas
  • Antenna obstructions
  • Setting up a command center
  • Interpreting data, finding correlations
  • Linking into other systems monitoring space weather