Citizen Space Weather Research Network
9 RESE’ and the members of this site investigate space weather’s effect on the weather, geology, and biology of Earth. There are a few major components to space weather that can be measured from the surface of the Earth. The official sites collecting these data points are few and scattered disproportionately. This leads to poor resolution, data compatibility, and significant time delays. To enhance the resolution of available space weather indices 9 RESE’ will be starting a network of citizen scientist who will host sensors and contribute data to the project. The first sensors 9 RESE’ will be offering will be for the detection of cosmic rays. Shortly after that 9 RESE’ Magnetometer for measuring local geomagnetic activity. The data collected by the CSWRN will be available to members and the participants of CSWRN.)
-World Wide Ground Based Solar Observatories
-Local Total Electron Content
-Atmospheric Conditions including the Electrical Environment
This project is in development and will be released with in 2018-2019 time period. 9 RESE’ is looking for collaborators to assist in bringing this project to fruition in a timely manner and wants to hear your thoughts on this project in the comments below. If you want to be active in this project join the team by signing up here to become a member and contribute to the conversation in the CSWRN Parlor.