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European Space Agency (ESA) collaboration on Space Weather

Published: Mon 21 Jul 2014
European Space Agency (ESA) collaboration on Space Weather

Prof. Qahwaji's space weather research group have started an important collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA). ESA will work with the University of Bradford to develop a web-based solar flare prediction engine, based on the Automated Solar Activity Predictor (ASAP) developed by Prof. Qahwaji's group.

The aim of the project is to improve the accuracy of solar flare prediction, and to make it more accessible to end-users. Other partners working on the project include Universidad de Malaga, and Universitat Politechnica de Catalunya.

More information on the project can be found on ESA's website.

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