New Job Opportunities at SERENE

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We are looking to recruit three Research Fellows, each for 34 months, funded by the Space Weather Instrumentation, Measurement, Modelling and Risk (SWIMMR) programme. SWIMMR is a £20 million, three-year programme that will improve the UK’s capabilities for space weather monitoring and prediction with an emphasis on space radiation, changes in the upper atmosphere and, […]

New Website

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It was time the SERENE groups webpage got a complete overall. So here we go. On the site you will be able to find out more details about our research, details of who works at SERENE, our latest papers to read and download, and (eventually) get your hands on our upper atmosphere data assimilation model […]

New Poster: Break up of a polar cap patch in the nightside ionosphere due to a flow channel event

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Flow channel events have previously been observed breaking up polar cap patches on the dayside ionosphere but, to the best of our knowledge, have not been observed on the nightside. We report observations of a flow channel event in the evening of the 9th January 2019 under quiet geomagnetic conditions. This multi-instrument study was undertaken […]

New Paper: A LOFAR observation of ionospheric scintillation from two simultaneous travelling ionospheric disturbances

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This paper presents the results from one of the first observations of ionospheric scintillation taken using the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR). The observation was of the strong natural radio source Cassiopeia A, taken overnight on 18 – 19 August 2013, and exhibited moderately strong scattering effects in dynamic spectra of intensity received across an observing bandwidth […]