HAARP

IT APPEARS THAT THE HAARP GAKONA PROJECTS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED AND THE WEB SITE REMOVED. I AM TRYING TO FIND MORE INFORMATION ON THIS. (12 JULY 2013)

16 July 2013 (After an email 15 July from the Air Force) The HAARP facility is mothballed for the time being, and possibly permanently. This is a shame as the magnetometer projects were useful.

HAARP Induction Magnetometer

The HAARP Induction Magnetometer detects temporal variation of the geomagnetic field based on Faraday’s law of magnetic induction. This instrument, which was provided by the University of Tokyo, is composed of three individual sensors. Each sensor is comprised of a large number of turns of fine copper wire wound around a rod with high magnetic permeability. The sensitivity of each sensor is determined by the effective area of the detection coil, that is, the cross sectional area of each winding, and the number of turns, and by magnetic flux density threading the coil. The magnetic flux density is enhanced by a factor of approximately 1,000 by the high-permeability metal core. Read more….

Induction magnetometer display can be found here: Induction Magnetometer

The above looks like this

There are also expanded displays for 24 hr, 12hr, 6 hr, 3 hr and 1 hr available on the site. Click the image above to go to the display. The options are at the top of the page. Alternatively use the link below to go direct to the 12 hr expanded plot.

Latest 12 Hours magnetometer

An expanded plot looks like this:

Also available is the fluxgate magnetometer display


(Click the Image to go to the Gakona site)

The Canadian display which was linked here appears to have been discontinued. (If anyone knows of/finds a link please let me know)

Always bear in mind that this data is as received at Gakona and represents the situation there. The signal may be different at other stations and on satellites.

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