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"28.09.2016 17:28:09" nasa.gov Van Allen Probes Spot Electron Rainfall When intense bouts of solar radiation disturb Earth's magnetic environment, the result can be a scattering of charged particles that "rain" into the atmosphere at near-light speeds. On Jan. 17, 2013, NASA's Van Allen Probes were in just the right position to watch a drop-out in progress and resolve a long-standing question as to how the lower region of the belts close to Earth loses high-energy electrons – known as ultra-relativistic
"28.07.2016 14:11:44" njit.edu Space Weather Pioneer Louis Lanzerotti Wins Second Career Award from the American Geophysical Union Over his long and influential career, Louis Lanzerotti, distinguished research professor of physics, is principally known for shedding light on the space environment around Earth,… Congratulations to the Van Allen Probes' Louis Lanzerotti! He is the principal investigator of the Van Allen Probes Ion Composition Experiment.
"22.06.2016 13:15:28" uofa.ualberta.ca Space tsunami causes third Van Allen belt - Faculty of Science - University of Alberta “Space tsunami” causes the third Van Allen Belt: New research findings will help mitigate effects of extreme space weather. Earth's magnetosphere, the region of space dominated by Earth's magnetic field, protects our planet from the harsh battering of the Announced this week in Nature Physics, a new discovery -- using data from the Van Allen Probes, and led by researchers at the University of Alberta -- shows for the first time how the puzzling third Van Allen radiation belt is created by a “space
"19.05.2016 14:39:53" nasa.gov Van Allen Probes Reveal Behaviors of Earth's Ring Current A year's worth of observations from the Van Allen Probes reveal that an electrical current carried by energetic ions encircling our planet behaves in a much different way than previously understood. New findings from the Van Allen Probes: "Understanding the dynamics of the ring current really matters in helping us understand how radiation belts evolve as well.”
"05.05.2016 12:45:38" pcmag.com How 'Killer Electrons' in Space Can Wreak Havoc on Earth We have warning systems for hurricanes and tornadoes, so why not have the same for bad weather in space? Learn how the Van Allen Probes are helping researchers better understand space weather
"25.03.2016 15:46:21" eos.org Radiation Belt Processes in a Declining Solar Cycle - Eos The Van Allen Probes began an extended mission in November to advance understanding of Earth's radiation belts. A new article by the Van Allen Probes team in EOS magazine looks at the extended mission and how it will continue to advance understanding of Earth's radiation belts.
"25.02.2016 15:43:49" lanl.gov Study finds surprising variability in shape of Van Allen Belts Understanding the shape and size of the belts, which shrink and swell in response to magnetic storms coming from the sun, is crucial for protecting our technology in space. The shape of the two electron swarms 600 miles to more than 25,000 miles from the Earth’s surface, known as the Van Allen Belts, could be quite different than has been believed for decades, according to a new study of data from NASA’s Van Allen Probes
"20.01.2016 17:36:20" nasa.gov Van Allen Probes Revolutionize View of Radiation Belts Since the 1950s our understanding of the radiation belts around Earth has largely remained unchanged. But a new study of data from NASA’s Van Allen Probes reveals that the story may not be so simple.
"20.01.2016 17:35:56" vanallenprobes.jhuapl.edu Van Allen Probes Celebrate Third Anniversary of Launch and Extended Mission NASA's twin Van Allen Probes (formerly known as the Radiation Belt Storm Probes) launched aboard an Atlas V rocket at 4:05 a.m. EDT on August 30, 2012, after a smooth countdown at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Credit: NASA/APL Reposting from Sept. 1, 2015
"01.07.2015 14:26:40" nasa.gov NASA and Brazil sign agreements about heliophysics and education. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Brazilian Space Agency (AEB) President José Raimundo Braga Coelho have signed agreements to further research into heliophysics and space weather and to enhance global climate study and educational opportunities.
"13.03.2015 02:53:41" blogs.nasa.gov Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission Atlas V Rolls to Launch Pad Posted on March 11, 2015 at 3:10 pm by Anna Heiney. Leave a reply One day before scheduled launch, the United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale spacecraft onboard rolls out of the Cape Ca Go MMS! Several Van Allen Probes investigators also lead research experiments about magnetic reconnection for this NASA mission, launched today at 10:44 p.m. Eastern from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
"19.02.2015 19:12:40" newsoffice.mit.edu For the first time, spacecraft catch a solar shockwave in the act Solar storm found to produce “ultrarelativistic, killer electrons” in 60 seconds. Scientists at MIT’s Haystack Observatory, the University of Colorado, and elsewhere have analyzed data from NASA's Van Allen Probes, and observed a sudden and dramatic effect in the aftermath of a solar shockwave: The resulting magnetosonic pulse, la
"28.01.2015 19:06:05" www.unh.edu UNH Scientists Launch “CubeSats” into Radiation Belts January 29 DURHAM, N.H. -- Twin, pintsized satellites built in part at the University of New Hampshire’s Space Science Center will be launched into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 9:20 a.m. (EST) Thursday, January 29, 2015. The 4x4x6-inch Good luck to Van Allen Probes' Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma Suite (ECT) principal investigator Harlan Spence (Univ. of New Hampshire) on the launch of the FIREBIRD II CubeSats, which will also study the radiation belts.
"20.01.2015 21:27:38" www.nasa.gov SDO Telescope Collects Its 100 Millionth Image NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind. Congratulations to NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, the first mission of the Living With a Star program (Van Allen Probes is second), on its one hundred millionth image.
"29.12.2014 18:49:49" www.nasa.gov NASA Takes Giant Leaps on the Journey to Mars, Eyes Our Home Planet and the Distant Universe,... In 2014, NASA took significant steps on the agency’s journey to Mars -- testing cutting-edge technologies and making scientific discoveries while studying our changing Earth and the infinite universe as the agency made progress on the next generation As we prepare to say goodbye to 2014, learn about all of NASA's accomplishments this year on, above, and beyond the Earth.
"26.11.2014 20:32:49" www.nasa.gov NASA's Van Allen Probes Spot an Impenetrable Barrier in Space New finding from the Van Allen Probes: The Van Allen radiation belts have been found to contain a nearly impenetrable barrier that prevents the fastest, most energetic electrons from reaching Earth.
"04.11.2014 14:19:13" www.gazette.net Maryland Community News in Montgomery County and Prince George's County -- Gazette.Net Rockville students visit Johns Hopkins space facility New article on Maryland middle school students learning about the Van Allen Probes mission, space weather, and more during Space Academy, held at Johns Hopkins APL.
"02.11.2014 23:11:23" thegazette.com Time Machine: Dr. James Van Allen - TheGazette CEDAR RAPIDS — Abigail and Dr. James Van Allen and his wife, Abigail, met “by accident” when she backed into his car at a stoplight in Baltimore. He scowled, but said nothing. The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) has a new story about Dr. James Van Allen, for whom Earth's radiation belts are named, and how his research into the belts began.
"23.10.2014 18:24:20" sites.google.com McMath-Pierce_eclipse Live feed of today's partial solar eclipse from NSO McMath-Piece telescope at Kitt Peak, Tucson, Arizona
"23.10.2014 16:17:35" www.nasa.gov How to Safely Watch the Oct. 23 Partial Solar Eclipse During the late afternoon of Oct. 23, 2014, a partial solar eclipse will be visible from much of North America before sundown. However, it is never safe to look at the sun with the naked eye. Great tips on viewing today's partial solar eclipse --
"21.10.2014 20:49:39" plus.google.com "Space Balloons and Killer Electrons" w/ Dr Alexa Halford - Google+ One of the ultimate goals of heliospheric physics is to be able to predict geomagnetic storms as one predicts terrestrial weather. However, we've only been in space for about 60 years and we're still trying to figure out what it's like up there. That Coming up today at 6:00 p.m.: A Google+ Hangout with Dr. Alexa Halford, talking about the BARREL balloon project, a NASA mission working in tandem with the Van Allen Probes to better understand the dynamics of the Earth's radiation belts.
"09.09.2014 16:02:48" vanallenprobes.jhuapl.edu Two Years After Launch, NASA’s Van Allen Probes Deliver New Science and Findings The Van Allen radiation belts that encircle the Earth were among the earliest discoveries of the Space Age, but many of the mechanisms that create them and govern how they function remained mysterious until only recently. Two tough NASA spacecraft –
"09.09.2014 16:01:50" www.nasa.gov NASA Probes Studying Earth’s Radiation Belts to Celebrate Two Year Anniversary NASA's twin Van Allen Probes will celebrate on Saturday two years of studying the sun’s influence on our planet and near-Earth space. The probes, shortly after launch in August 2012, discovered a third radiation belt around Earth when only two had pr
"18.08.2014 13:33:35" www.voanews.com NASA Probing Secrets of Van Allen Radiation Belt One of the first discoveries of the space age, made in 1958, was that the Earth is surrounded with a doughnut-shaped field of highly charged particles. It was named the Van Allen radiation belt, afte... Check out this new video from Voice of America on the Van Allen Probes mission, and its investigations into the radiation belts and space weather.
"15.07.2014 21:39:35" www.nasa.gov NASA's Van Allen Probes Shows How to Accelerate Electrons Recent data from the Van Allen Probes suggests that a two-fold process creates exceedingly fast electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts: One mechanism gives an initial boost and a second gives the final kick. What creates the two giant donuts of radiation surrounding Earth? New findings from Van Allen Probes data.