Monthly Archives: September 2013

SWARM launch 14th November 2013

SWARM is a long awaited ESA satelite mission to measure the geomagnetic field using magnetometers deployed on three separate but identical satelites. They have a nice blog showing the build-up to the launch and with links to the mission details: … Continue reading

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IAGA 2013

The International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy meets every 4 years in different international locations.  The most recent of these was in Merida, Mexico and 4 members of the Liverpool geomagnetism laboratory went along to present their most recent findings, … Continue reading

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Magnetic Personalities – Reconstructing the field using ice cores

In the most recent Magnetic Personalities meeting we looked at a paper published in Quaternary Science Reviews in 2005 entitled “Geomagnetic Field intensity during the last 60,000 years based on 10Be and 36Cl from the Summit ice cores and 14C” … Continue reading

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