I sent this to Magnet a week or so ago..... You might be
Measurement of the Earth's magnetic and electric fields are
used for a
number of purposes, Navigation, Radio Propagation, Auroral studies, Meteor
studies, error signals in seismometers, Earthquake 'prediction', etc, and
there are a variety of Websites which give relevant information.
This includes magnetograms, pulsations, ULF radio, sky
riometer, radar, MUF, E Field, data on the magnetosphere and space 'weather',
equipment of various kinds, methods of observation.....
The European Magnetometry Sites are covered by the SAMNET
in the UK,
IMAGE and MIRACLE chains of sites in Scandanavia and by DK0WCY in Germany.
The SAMNET magnetometry array is at
Realtime Variometer outputs for X & Y for today are given and the X, Y
graphs for yesterday for five stations are also displayed. Archive traces are
The IMAGE network of 25 stations is at
as real time data.
. This has Magnetometry links including magnetic pulse FFT's, Sky Cameras and
DK0WCY gives a realtime magnetograms and various other
Radio related information links are provided by the Radio
and meteor scatter. The Propagation Studies Webpage is at
The Magnetic Observatories main page is at
There is a HUGE LIST of Auroral, Magnetometry and other
Websites on N1BUG
Canadian sites and there are several that have educational / historical /
scientific articles. (Not working on 4/29/2006.)
includes VLF radio, radar and there is a tutorial about the magnetosphere.
the IPS support page listing a lot of other sites / data types is at
Auroral Pictures and links can be found at
Low frequency Earth / Radio waves are also studied by the
A VLF electric field probe receiver and a host of
lightning, whistlers, auroral and meteor signals / effects are at
http://www.triax.com/vlfradio/natradio.htm (This site is now missing. If
anyone knows where it went to, please let me know. Thanks, John)
The Astroweb astronomy database is at
the astronomy ftp sites file at
I hope that these varied references are of interest.....
It's a Big World