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Solar Stormwatch / Re: **THIS PHASE OF SOLAR STORMWATCH IS COMPLETE**
« Last post by x303 on December 28, 2015, 12:41:25 am »
Weird, a few days after you posted this, stereo-a began working again.  :o  But it has to be said that it would be nice that contributers get a message when a project ends and what the results are (read: in normal human language plz). Now you have to get to a forum to find out that one ended (it doesn't says it on the site) and read a paper from somewhere else with a lot of data which normal ppl don't understand. Same with the end of moonzoo.
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Solar Stormwatch / Re: **THIS PHASE OF SOLAR STORMWATCH IS COMPLETE**
« Last post by jules on November 15, 2015, 03:15:43 pm »
Me too. I'm hopeful that there might be more stormwatching one day but meanwhile, thank you for your contribution Gerald!
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Solar Stormwatch / Re: **THIS PHASE OF SOLAR STORMWATCH IS COMPLETE**
« Last post by gwnashjr on November 14, 2015, 03:57:05 pm »
I am really going to miss it!  Enjoyed working with you all on this project
thanks for the opportunity
Gerald
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Solar Stormwatch / **THIS PHASE OF SOLAR STORMWATCH IS COMPLETE**
« Last post by jules on November 11, 2015, 10:30:03 am »
The Current phase of Solar Stormwatch is now complete - it has been a huge success and produced many papers. The project is, therefore, about to be retired but there are some tweaks the admin team need to do before this can happen. This means that the parts of the site that are not working (such as What's that and Track It Back) will not be repaired. The front page of the Solar Stormwatch site will eventually be changed to make this clear and the forum will be made read-only.

Meanwhile, apologies to anyone wanting to become involved in Solar Stormwatch during this transition period - and a big, CME-sized thank you to everyone who has taken part over the last 5 years. We did a great job!
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Technical Questions and Support / Re: Unable to progress to What's That
« Last post by jules on November 05, 2015, 12:45:15 am »
This phase of Solar Stormwatch is now complete - it has been a huge success and produced many papers. The project is, therefore, about to be retired - there are some tweaks the admin team need to do before this can happen. This means that the parts of the site that are not working will not be repaired and this includes being able to progress to What's That. I am sorry for the frustration this must be causing everyone. I am sure there will be an explanatory message on the forum and main site from Zooniverse before long.

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Technical Questions and Support / Re: Unable to progress to What's That
« Last post by jbroskey on November 03, 2015, 02:40:20 am »
We are having the same problems as the above posts.  Have tried IE, Chrome, Firefox, multiple PCs, with no luck.  Any help would be appreciated.
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Solar Stormwatch / Re: SOLAR STORMWATCH IN THE NEWS
« Last post by jules on October 29, 2015, 02:23:46 pm »
Thanks Luke. It's always good to pinpoint why something isn't as accurate as you would like. Hope it's possible to improve the Jmap profiling if this is still to be used as a tool for predicting CME speed and direction.

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Solar Stormwatch / Re: SOLAR STORMWATCH IN THE NEWS
« Last post by lukeb on October 28, 2015, 03:58:54 pm »
Hello!

I thought you may be interested to know that we have had another paper published that uses the Solar Stormwatch CME catalogue. It is available to read here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2015SW001280/full

We were interested to see how the CME fronts identified by Solar Stormwatch compared with those identified by an individual expert and also those identified by an automated algorithm. What we found is that there were quite small but systematic differences between the location of the CME fronts identified by Solar Stormwatch and identified by the expert.

However, although the differences were typically quite small, we also found that they can still have a large impact on the predicted CME speed and direction, and therefore also on the predicted arrival time of a CME at Earth. This is because some of the methods used to predict a CMEs speed and direction produce results that are very sensitive to the CME location data they are generated with.

Please feel free to ask if you have any questions,

All the best,
Luke
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