Spacecraft observations support the mechanism for explaining auroral dunes observed from the ground by citizen scientists.
Juno spacecraft observations provide the first global description of dawn storms in Jupiter’s aurorae, from their initiation to their end.
Citizen scientists provided images of sub-auroral STEVE (Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancements) showing fine-scale green features with narrow streaks propagating poleward toward STEVE.
Heliospheric imaging data can be used in ensemble modeling of CME arrival time at Earth to improve space weather forecasts, treating the solar wind as a 1-D incompressible hydrodynamic flow.
Not to be outdone by the discovery of STEVE sub-auroral emissions last year, citizen scientists across Scandinavia reveal dune-shaped optical features, a new atmospheric phenomenon.
Featuring high-impact papers and a streamlined process, AGU’s new journal is ready to launch.