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Photo of the Month:2012

Evolution of ionospheric plasma flows observed by the King Salmon HF radar. Evolution of ionospheric plasma flows observed by the King Salmon HF radar.[2012-12-31]
Evolution of ionospheric plasma flows associated with a negative sudden impulse (SI) observed by the King Salmon HF radar [Hori et al., JGR, 2012].
Great auroral activity in Tromsoe Great auroral activity in Tromsoe[2012-11-14]
A great auroral activity is observed by the all-sky camera in Tromsoe (Norway). The red lines show laser beams from a sodium lidar at the EISCAT radar site.
Repairing SuperDARN Hokkaido Radar Repairing SuperDARN Hokkaido Radar[2012-10-28]
Repairing SuperDARN Hokkaido Radar at Pontomamu, Rikubetsu-town.
Reaction chamber to test the relationship between cosmic-ray intensity and climate Reaction chamber to test the relationship between cosmic-ray intensity and climate[2012-09-11]
Reaction chamber to test the relationship between cosmic-ray intensity and climate. The chamber allows operation at different pressure including a vacuum and heating. Production of ions and aerosols under the irradiation of UV light and radiation is measured.
New STEL building under construction New STEL building under construction[2012-08-01]
New STEL building is now under construction.
Ranked among Graph500 Ranked among Graph500[2012-07-01]
Our supercomputer system is ranked No.53 among Graph500 benchmark.
Open House in Meidai-Sai Open House in Meidai-Sai[2012-06-10]
Open House at STEL in Nagoya University Festival (Meidai-Sai)
Installing of quantum cascade laser absorption spectrometer Installing of quantum cascade laser absorption spectrometer[2012-05-07]
Installing of a quantum cascade laser absorption spectrometer to measure stable isotopologues of CO2 at a forest tower site on a foot of Mt. Fuji.
VLF Antenna at Athabasca, Canada VLF Antenna at Athabasca, Canada[2012-04-02]
VLF Antenna at Athabasca, Canada, for measurement of radio wave from aurora.
Aurora observation in Canada Aurora observation in Canada[2012-03-21]
February 22, 2012. Ft Vermilion, Alberta, Canada
STEL in snow! STEL in snow![2012-02-02]
STEL in Nagoya city is hit by heavy snow in February 2, 2012!
Aurora  in Tromsoe Aurora in Tromsoe[2012-01-24]
Auroral activity due to the solar flare in January 23, 2012 is observed by the all-sky camera in Tromsoe (Norway). The red line shows a laser beam from a sodium lidar at the EISCAT radar site.

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