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100 Years , A Doubling of the Sun's Coronal Magnetic Field during the Last
10.7cm Solar Radio Flux Values , Some Changes to our dataset of
(1871-1937) , Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson
(1892-1965) , Sir Edward Victor Appleton, FRS
(1892-1973) , Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt, FRS
1917 Observation Confirmed with UKSSDC Data
1924: The first ionospheric layer is discovered.
1927: The birth of the Radio Research Station
1930s and 1940s , New Slough Ionosonde Data Available for
1932 - Routine sounding of the ionosphere started at Slough
1932 - The Second International Polar Year
1935 - The invention of Radar
1939: The outbreak of the second World War.
1940s , New Slough Ionosonde Data Available for 1930s and
1946-1957, Post war developments
1948: More Outstations are created
1957 - The International Geophysical Year (IGY).
1957: Sputnik 1 is launched
1963-: The Rocket Programme
1965: The station renamed 'Radio and Space Research Station'
1973: Site renamed The Appleton Laboratory
1979: Merger forms the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
1995 : The formation of CCLRC
1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson (1871-1937) , Ernest Rutherford,
2011 , UK Solar System Data Centre - Data Prioritisation Exercise
2A , ESR/EISCAT - CLUSTER modes 2 and
'99 radio experiment - After the eclipse , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Calibrating the equipment , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Choosing a radio station , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Choosing a radio station , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Recording the signal during the eclipse , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Recording the signal during the eclipse , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Send us the following information , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Send us the following information , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - Send us the following information , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - what you will need , Eclipse
'99 radio experiment - what you will need , Eclipse
'99 Upper Atmosphere campaign , Groups involved in the Eclipse