Space Weather Introductory Course - part 2

Sporadic and massive solar eruptions of very high-energy matter and radiation from the Sun can have a pronounced impact on businesses involving navigation, communication and transport of energy. In extreme cases, these eruptions pose a safety risk to human health. Periods of solar activity are generally referred to as solar storms, as part of the changing conditions in space called space weather.

Businesses possibly impacted by space weather want to learn on this natural hazard and increase their resilience. Space weather staff, like meteorologists, want to meet certain competence levels.  

The Space Weather Course (SWeC) offers a ‘Space Weather Introductory Course’ covering the Sun, solar storms, heliosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere, instruments and methods to observe solar activity, reading and interpreting STCE space weather forecasts.

The first two SWICs of 2021 are launched:  February SWIC and  March SWIC


Tuesday, February 23, 2021 - 09:30 to 15:30

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