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The Sun Lounge / Daily Zooniverse
« Last post by jules on November 11, 2014, 02:13:45 pm »
We're so damn good we made the Daily Zooniverse again!

A Movie of Consensus
Incoming and Incoming Trace-It are both currently down due to STEREO's solar conjunction. Additionally, STEREO B failed to respond after a recent planned reset. Meanwhile, Spot, What's That and Track it Back are still working and need your clicks!

Follow updates of the conjunction manoeuvres on the Stereo Science Center website here and here.
Technical Questions and Support / Re: Spot it question
« Last post by jules on November 11, 2014, 01:07:01 pm »
Hi Jeff,
The tasks that help real-time forecasts are Incoming and Incoming Trace-It but unfortunately both of these are down at the moment mainly due to the current positions of the 2 STEREO satellites behind the Sun from Earth's viewpoint. This means that if the high gain antennae are pointed towards Earth they are also pointing at the Sun and overheat - more info here.. Additionally STEREO B did not recover from a planned reset and the team are trying to work around this. There's more information about that here. So the near live feeds are currently off-line. The Spot and What's that data do date from 2010 - we are due a fresh batch of data soon.

Clicks still count though so thanks for taking part!

In case you haven't seen it this is the latest Solar Stormwatch paper. :)
Technical Questions and Support / Spot it question
« Last post by jeff.covington on November 11, 2014, 12:56:19 am »
Sorry if this is a repeat question.  I am curious on why all my results come back from 2010, meaning I am looking at storms from 2010.  How am I helping out the crew of the ISS if the information I am looking at is from events from 2010?
« Last post by jules on November 06, 2014, 04:33:48 pm »
Hello Els. We have a new topic on Old Weather:

Just bumping this up to say that this thread is still going strong and is producing some fascinating comments - and the collected information is not going to waste. Chris S had the idea of producing an article out of all this and I am collating all the observations to see what emerges.

Updates to follow.

It may take a while!
Solar Stormwatch / Re: Solar StormWatch Blog
« Last post by ElisabethB on October 30, 2014, 06:27:38 pm »
Great news, great blog, great movies !
Did I mention great ?  ;D
Solar Stormwatch / Re: Solar StormWatch Blog
« Last post by lukeb on October 30, 2014, 03:49:53 pm »

In the not too distant future movies for each event, like the one shown in figure 4, will be put up online, for anyone to have a flick through. I'll let everyone know when everything is up and ready to have a flick through!

Solar Stormwatch / Re: Solar StormWatch Blog
« Last post by Quialiss on October 30, 2014, 10:29:37 am »
Great to see this!  The amount of data compressed into Figure 4 is quite remarkable.
Solar Stormwatch / Re: Solar StormWatch Blog
« Last post by jules on October 29, 2014, 07:29:14 pm »
That is one excellent blog post if I may say so. Go us! ;)
Solar Stormwatch / Re: Solar StormWatch Blog
« Last post by ChrisScott on October 29, 2014, 04:31:19 pm »
There's a new blog post here! A ground-breaking solar storm catalogue created from your clicks!

As always, thanks so much for all your efforts! More to follow...

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