Air Quality Workshop 1/24 @QueensUniversityofCharlotte

Air Quality Workshop  1/24/15 by E-Corps.

NOAA Air Quality WorkshopWhat?

–   Facilitate better understanding of air quality and air pollution issues

–   Experience hands-on activities

–  Provide insight into topics such as bio indicators of air quality, AIRNOW, and the potential health effects of air pollution.

Meal is included 

WHERE?

QUclt dna wall DIRECTIONS to Queens University of Charlotte  in Rogers Hall Room 107 IMG_1295

When? 1/24/20145 9:30 – 3:30 @ Queens University of Charlotte $35

How?  Just click the register here button below.

Register here

 

 

img 0703 image_2 Lichen addiction continues

 

 

Solar Flares the Ultimate light show!

NOW Showing a Solar Flares cause Light show.

  In general, you are more likely to see an aurora if you are at a high latitude, i.e. closer to the north (or south) pole. However, there is a catch to this. The earth’s magnetic poles are not exactly in line with the geographic poles, so the latitude of interest would really be the magnetic latitude. Note that it is not necessary for the equatorward boundary of the aurora to reach all the way down to your magnetic latitude for you to see it.  The aurora is easily visible even when its boundary is 4 or 5 degrees poleward of your location.  So, how do you know what your magnetic latitude is? click here to learn more.

Spaceweather.com Realtime Image Gallery.

Get the science behind the solar storm here http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/alerts/index.html

Please Take a Picture for us (&share) if you are up north with clear skies!