This Table of Contents (TOC) offers direct access to all of PYFN's Space Weather pages. At the moment, there are seven (7) Space Weather pages.
Contents are presented in a logical reading order; start at the top and work down, or simply click an area of interest to begin your discovery.
This is the primary Space Weather page and contains current space weather conditions. Very useful!2. Understanding Space Weather and it's Effects on Earth — Part 1This page offers a brief introduction to Space Weather and its potential impacts on earth. 3. Understanding Space Weather and it's Effects on Earth — Part 2
This page continues a brief introduction to Space Weather and its potential impacts on earth.4. Introductory Videos About Space Weather
This page offers brief introductory videos about Space Weather.5. Space Weather Auroras
This page presents information on Space Weather Auroras, a number of pictures, and a few videos.6. Space Weather Indicators
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) devised Space Weather Indicators to denote an intensity rating for Solar X-rays and Geomangnetic Storm Activity. This page provides an explanation for these indicators. Being aware of these indicators will assist your understanding of space weather and its effects on the environment.7. Space Weather Scales
This page presents three space weather tables delineating how space weather may affect communication and grid systems, as well as radiation effects on the human population.8. How to Read Space Weather Graphs
This page offers an introductory discussion on how to read Space Weather Graphs.9. Gamma-ray Bursts
This page offers an introductory discussion on Gamma-ray Bursts.10. Space Weather PDFs
This page currently has 25 PDFs related to Space Weather.
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