(Here: Real-Time means the plot is updated every
- not that the graph is updated every millisecond.)
You can not zoom-in on the graph. It is just an image file (a window screenshot) now, thanks to Java's restrictive security policy, latest Java you most likely have updated to long ago, can not run this applet any more.
Scatter, occ. Aurora & AuE, duration 6 m
Ch 1 Meteor Scatter, occ. Aurora & AuE,, count 6 m
Ch 2 Meteor Scatter, occ. Es, duration OIRT FM
Ch 3 Meteor Scatter, occ. Es, count OIRT FM
Ch 4 Radio Aurora 144 MHz Back Scatter, duration
Ch 5 Geomagnetic field, X-component
Ch 6 Geomagnetic field, Y-component
Duration [minutes/10 minutes]. Meteor Counts:
. Geomagnetic field: X- & Y-component's
[imaginary unit]. Plot Y-scaling: automatic by the Java
script on my home server.
X-scale; Time, always 3 days (during normal operation), ticks: minutes since Jan. 1st 0000 UTC
Note: Unprocessed raw data
Data update interval is 10 minutes, with some minutes of extra
NightSkyCam and DaySkyCam image content information
At night (not during summer!) the image may show:
During daytime & summer the picture shows a broad view of N-E skies (but azimuth may vary) with:
Image update interval is 10 minutes.
Image resolution is 720 * 576 pixels, JPG with lowest possible
Possible update problem situations
If you get a bad/old plot, try to reload...again 10 minutes
If fault persist, Web connection has been lost (usually a DHCP or
possibly (but not always) causing my SW to crash, which will be manually restored later, usually the same day - as soon as everything works and
I learn about it. Some temporary FTP failure periods occur, but recover without any action.
You can take a look from here, if there is, or has been, some
at my IPS's systems.
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