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Sun-Earth Day 2010: Magnetic Storms.

Sun-Earth Day 2010: Magnetic Storms

Technology Through Time Credits

The Sun-Earth Day Team would like to thank the Authors and Designers who have contributed to Sun-Earth Day to make it the wonderful resource it is today.


Odenwald, S. F. , 2005, "Galileo Galilei", "Ancient Babylon", "Ancient Greece", "Ptolemy", "First Sunspot Drawing", "First Corona Descriptions", "Coronal Mass Ejections", "George Ellery Hale", "Solar Spectroscopy", "First Sun Photo", "Gallery of Drawings", "The Sun in a Different Light", "Coronium", "Coronagraph", "The Magnetic Sun", "Solar Neutrinos", "The Heliosphere"


Web Architect: Bryan Stephenson
Graphic Designer: Troy Cline

Sun Earth Day 2005: Technology Through Time

Authors and Co-authors:

Craig, N., Odenwald, S.F., 2005, "RHESSI"

Hill, S., Odenwald ,S.F., 2004, "SOHO"

Jacob, B., Odenwald ,S.F., 2004, "ACE"

Mayo, L., Odenwald, S.F.,2005, "Newgrange", "Amateur Astronomers"

Odenwald ,S.F. ,2004, "Gotland Groves", "Big Bear Solar Observatory" , "El Karnak", "Kitt Peak", "Abu Simbel", "IMAGE", , "Mt. Wilson", "Newgrange", , "Polar", , "Nobeyama Solar Observatory", "Chaco Canyon", "Egyptian Stonehenge", "Hovenweep Castle", "Owens Valley Solar Array", "Brodgar", "Learmonth Solar Observatory", "TIMED", "Big Horn Medicine Wheel", "TRACE".

Odenwald, S.F., Carlson, J. 2004, "Angkor Wat", "Gaocheng", "Stonehenge" , "Easter Island", "Chichen Itza",

Odenwald, S. F., Dwivedi, V., 2004, "Jantar Mantar"

Odenwald, S.F., Hawkins ,I. ,2005, "Machu Pichu"


Web Architect: Bryan Stephenson
Graphic Designers: Bryan Stephenson and Troy Cline

Sun Earth Day 2004: Venus Transit (Article and Essay Pages)

Authors and Co-authors:

Mayo, L. ,2004, "The Story of the Transit of Venus"

Odenwald, S.F. ,2004, "John Philip Sousa", "In The News", "Art", "History", "Science", "Math", "Music and Literature", "Poetry", "Politics", "Newspapers"


Web Architect: Lori Ann Persichitti


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