Delivery of SWx experts

Space Weather is 'in' and more and more organisations want to learn about it. They are right to do so.

Solar storms drop their energy in the Earth's magnetosphere and atmosphere and as such lie at the basis of space weather. Technology that relies on satellite navigation and radio wave propagation can be impacted by space weather, as well as large energy transport systems like electrical grids. Harmful radiation at flight altitude can increase when a solar storm hits Earth.  

We just finished a crash course 'Introduction to Space Weather' for such a stakeholder. Six participants were submerged into the world of sporadic and massive eruptions of highly energetic matter and radiation from the Sun and into magnetospheric and ionospheric processes to finally dig deeper into space weather parameters relevant for aviation.

All participants passed the test with excellent scores. Congratulations Kalie, Anthony, Donald, Jacob, Miguel and Raymond!

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