The second @Tech_TIDE General Assembly Meeting has endend. We have clarified key issues for the succes of the project. We invite you to the next and last @Tech_TIDE meeting that will be held in Athens from 1-3 April 2020. Keep tuned to our latest news.
Reviewing progress of working package responsible to develop and provide the @Tech_TIDE TID detection and indicators methodologies. Last improvements are presented, Codes can be downloaded from the @Tech_TIDE repository website https://t.co/SuaaMvJ65e
The past Saturday 8 of June of 2019, SWPC/NOAA issued a warning for a minor Geomagnetic Storm, NOAA Level G1, at 18:47 UTC. Preliminary local K index of Ebro Station reached a value of 5 for the two consecutive three-hourly intervals 15 – 21.
The real-time HF-Interferometry method of TechTIDE detected a TID with a dominant period of about 125 minutes for the northernmost stations. The TID propagated dominantly southward and lasted from 20:00 (UT) of 8 of June to 4:00 (UT) of 9 of June.
The research group of Astronomy and GEomatics (gAGE/UPC) from UPC has analysed this specific event using the AATR index. AATR values (in TECUs/min) are shown in the attached figures to this post, for four different receivers (KIRU, ARJ, UME6 and VIS0).
As a conclusion, AATR index detects ionospheric activity during the last hours of day 159 (June 8th) in the auroral region.