Every day meteors burn up in the atmosphere with highly predictable results, reflecting radio waves that could be used to calibrate antennas.
Nanosized chambers capture bits of light for infinite amounts of time.
Sensor networks and data mining allow for fully automated, real-time monitoring of radio waves.
A new study provides an updated hypothesis to describe a unique radar signature from plasma waves high above Earth, correcting errors that had stood for decades.
Twelve years of radar data reveal new phenomena in Earth’s upper atmosphere.
By being coupled with a layer of mobile electrical charges on the Earth's surface, radio waves could travel over the ground to areas that would normally be unreachable, like behind a mountain.
Researchers find that as with terrestrial weather, ensemble forecasting—which uses several different models simultaneously—is the best way to produce accurate and precise forecasts of space weather.
Cables and circuitry inside your gadgets' screens act as accidental antennae that broadcast screens' contents. A new study says the industry needs to fix this security risk before hackers exploit it.
Simulations show how changes in electron density can trap electromagnetic waves and heat electrons in the ionosphere.
Researchers are developing better ways to use satellites to understand space weather events that can interfere with technology.