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Stratospheric radiation rebounds following CME strike

Stratospheric radiation levels are returning to normal, according to a Space Weather Buoy launched on Sept. 28th by students in California.

This follows a mid-September drop in ionizing radiation caused, ironically, by a strong solar storm and CME strike.

Data and a discussion of the phenomenon may be found on today’s edition of http://spaceweather.com

via Stratospheric radiation rebounds following CME strike | Southgate Amateur Radio News.

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California students who launched what they called “a Space Weather Bouy” on 28 September 2014, claim “stratospheric radiation levels are returning to normal” following a strong solar disturbance and a CME strike.  Visit http://spaceweather.com for details.  It’s nice to see students engage in real-time space research.

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Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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