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Fluxgate Magnetometer Charts
This is a great idea and a wonderful find.
This is a near real-time time monitor of the Earth's magnetic field as measured in
Alaska. The main chart is a running 36 hour plot of the readings taken from the
fluxgate magnetometer, built by the University of Alaska, Geophysical Institute, operating
at the HAARP ionospheric observatory in Gakona, Alaska. Stormy magnetic weather can
be seen in the up or down spikes in what is normally a fairly straight line. This is
a really simple and immediate way to sense the impact of a solar storm front as it
arrives. The University of Alaska keeps a complete archive of each days's graphs for study
and possible correlations. One observant subscriber to the Earth Changes Bulletin
noticed that the two huge earthquakes on Feb 13 followed the arrival of two huge spikes of
magnetic energy (solar storm fronts) by two to three hours. A coincidence?
Stay tuned and study this with us.
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