Geospace

Geospace


This geophysics data application depicts auroral images and magnetic observations from South Pole and McMurdo Stations in Antarctica. The aurora australis (southern lights)images are updated daily during austral winter and magnetic data are updated each day throughout the year.

Recent changes:
Added better support for zooming on the Magnetometer graph of the day. Also handled case where the magnetometer image data had a typo.
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About Geospace
This geophysics data application depicts auroral images and magnetic observations from South Pole and McMurdo Stations in Antarctica. The aurora australis (southern lights)images are updated daily during austral winter and magnetic data are updated each day throughout the year.

Recent changes:
Added better support for zooming on the Magnetometer graph of the day. Also handled case where the magnetometer image data had a typo.

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A Google User
Mar 27, 2014
Frozen in time. Xperia Z1; daily image / movie shows 2010. A shame because otherwise this seems like an interesting app. Also there appears to be no zoom support for the daily image. As there has been no update since April 2012, I won't hold out for a fix and instead uninstall. Interesting sidenote to smug Kori: this app is for aurora australis not borealis!
A Google User
Feb 28, 2014
7star VERY NICE
A Google User
May 9, 2013
Pretty & Interesting Have NO idea why the low-brow comments are made on the single-star reviews (on the same phone I have) App works fine, the pix are lovely and, if you have more than half a brain, you'll have understood that "space weather" is what drives EARTH weather. And yes, the more active the sun -- and corresponding spots, flares and CME's (coronal mass ejections) the "prettier" the Aurora Borealis is going to be (and the more likely the danger to the ISS, & the earth will have power cuts & stronger storms)
A Google User
Apr 28, 2013
Really cool
A Google User
Apr 28, 2013
Really cool