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L5 Consortium, London, May 2015 Solar Energetic Particles: Operational needs and L5 R.D. Bentley. UCL-MSSL L5 Consortium, London, May 2015 Why are we interested in energetic particles? • Effect: High energy (>10 MeV) protons alter the ionosphere and increase absorption of HF communication

The Future is Small

College London, Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking Surrey RH5 6NT L5 Consortium Meeting, London 11th - 14th May, 2015 Plan • Operational needs and measurement requirements • Key challenges • Brief overview of the state of the art • Instruments and techniques currently under development L5 Consortium Meeting

annex-a---aerodrome-warnings-continued-provision-pdf.pdf

Cambridge Campbeltown Cardiff-Wales Carlisle City of Derry Coventry Cranfield Doncaster Sheffield Dundee Durham Tees Valley East Midlands Edinburgh Exeter Farnborough Glasgow Gloucestershire Hawarden Humberside Inverness Islay Kirkwall Lands End Leeds/Bradford Liverpool London City London/Gatwick London

jesper_schou-helioseismology.pdf

Helioseismology and Thoughts About a Magnetic and Doppler Imager Instrument Jesper Schou Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research [email protected] L5 Meeting, London, May 12, 2015 Page 1 of 15 Overview • A bit of helioseismology • Requirements – Helioseismology – Instrument • Instrument

chenies_map.compressed.pdf

the safeguarding areas: 200000 .000000 SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE DISTRICT SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE DISTRICT CHILTERN DISTRICT D WATFORD DISTRICT HERTSMERE DISTRICT ENFIELD LONDON BORO 200000 .000000 3. The appropriate office for the purpose of the consultation is Met Office Safeguarding, Met Office, Observations

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The Great Smog of 1952

A fog so thick and polluted it left thousands dead wreaked havoc on London in 1952. The smoke-like pollution was so toxic it was even reported to have choked cows to death in the fields.

Smog had become a frequent part of London life, but nothing quite compared to the smoke-laden fog that shrouded the capital from Friday 5 December to Tuesday 9 December 1952. While it heavily affected the population of London, causing a huge death toll and inconveniencing millions of people

early-february-2009-snowfalls---met-office.pdf

Early February 2009 snowfalls February 2 - Heavy snowfalls in eastern England, with significant travel disruption in London and the south-east. There were heavy snowfalls in many parts of eastern England overnight 1st/2nd, with widespread travel disruption. London and parts of Essex, Kent, Surrey

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