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Subject: Re: Worldwide magnetic recordings of satellite reentry
From: BOB BARNS roybar@........
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 10:17:39 -0500

Is there a link to construction details, etc. about McWilliams

CapAAVSO@....... wrote:
>     Here is a message from Al McWilliams who designed the McWilliams
> magnetometer, a simple easy-to-build device used by amateurs for over 20
> years to make recordings of magnetic storms that match those of professional
> observatories. He mentions a web site where you can see that the 27 January
> satellite reentry was recorded worldwide. You must act fast though. The
> records last only 7 days on this site.
> Cap
>         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Subj:    Re: Magnetometer recording of a satellite reentry.
> Date:   02/02/2000 9:23:11 PM Eastern Standard Time
> From:   amcwill417@............. (Alex_McW)
> To: CapAAVSO@........ zygo@.............. JWink38223@........
> kstrait@...........
> Hi Cap and All,
> At this site: one sees that at
> least nine of the ground based geomagnetic observatories (Boulder, Guam,
> Fredericksburg, San Juan, Newport, Honolulu, Tucson, Fresno, and Sitka)
> clearly show the 1450UT event on 27 January 2000.  This site only goes back
> 7 days so you have to view it immediately.  My record shows no clear event
> (just a small blip which could very well be noise).
> Al
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