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Photo of the Month:2011

AGU2011 AGU2011[2011-12-22]
Poster sessions at AGU Fall Meeting 2011 in San Francisco.
Light pillar Light pillar[2011-11-11]
"Light pillar" phenomena photographed at the SuperDARN Hokkaido radar site. They are considered to be due to ground artificial light reflected by ice crystals in the earth's atmosphere.
Testing loop antenna Testing loop antenna[2011-10-19]
Testing a loop antenna for auroral radio waves on the roof of the STEL building.
Exhibition in ICSU/WDS at Kyoto. Exhibition in ICSU/WDS at Kyoto.[2011-09-09]
Exhibition in ICSU/WDS at Kyoto.
Moraine Lake Moraine Lake[2011-08-05]
Moraine Lake, near Banff, Alberta, Canada, where the 10th International School/Symposium for Space Simulations (ISSS-10) was held.
New Supercomputer System New Supercomputer System[2011-07-19]
DELL PowerEdge R815 (20TFlops), a new supercomputer system at STEL.
Open House in Meidai-Sai Open House in Meidai-Sai[2011-06-10]
Open House at STEL in Nagoya University Festival (Meidai-Sai)
Exhibition in JPGU2011 Exhibition in JPGU2011[2011-05-26]
Exhibition in JPGU2011 at Makuhari.
Fabry-Perot Interferometer and all-sky airlight imager Fabry-Perot Interferometer and all-sky airlight imager[2011-04-13]
Fabry-Perot Interferometer and all-sky airlight imager in Darwin (Australia).
Dismantling Scibar Dismantling Scibar[2011-03-20]
Dismantling Scibar in Fermi National Laboratory (USA).
Aurora and laser beam over the EISCAT radar site in Tromsoe Aurora and laser beam over the EISCAT radar site in Tromsoe[2011-02-23]
Aurora appeared over the EISCAT radar site in Tromsoe (Norway) with a laser beam from a sodium lidar
Global MHD simulation of Earth's magnetosphere Global MHD simulation of Earth's magnetosphere[2011-01-20]
Global MHD simulation of Earth's magnetosphere

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