Three students from Victor Trautman's class in Petersburg, AK each created a podcast to teach about the THEMIS magnetometer data to their fellow geology students. Video podcasts must be viewed with Quicktime. Get it here.
- Our Magnetometer* by Yanet Eudave, 9 minutes
- Predicting Auroras* by Laura McKay, 5 minutes
- THEMIS/NASA Project* by Jaclyn Lyons, 5 minutes
* There is video associated with the m4a format podcasts. These files are best viewed by downloading them on your machine and then opening them with QuickTime.
Visit Petersburg High School's THEMIS website to learn more about the school and its magnetometer.
|“The Correlation between GOES Flare Classification and the Impact of Solar Flaring on Geomagnetic Field Strength”
This article written by Kevin Beach was published in The National High School Journal of Science. Kevin is a student in Cris DeWolf’s class at Chippewa Hills High School in Remus, MI. Chippewa Hills High School’s THEMIS homepage.
|The Northern and Southern Lights|
A presentation prepared by Dani Steele and Shayna Richards while they were students at Red Cloud High School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Red Cloud High School's THEMIS homepage.
|Magnetometer ASCII Data for Kiana, AK|
A presentation prepared by Sara Anderson, Alyssa Fajayan, Bob Otsuka, and Andrew Palmer of Carson High School in Carson City, NV. Carson High School's THEMIS homepage.
|Calculating B and K Using ASCII Data
By James Bridegum, Emilia Groso, Lindsey Peterson, Merrill Asp, and Lisa Beck Carson High School, Carson City, NV Carson High School's THEMIS homepage.
|Our Sun Today|
A video prepared by students in Cris DeWolf’s science class at Chippewa Hills High School in Remus, MI.
|GEONS Student Explains Magnetometer Data|
Will Struble, from Carson City High School in Carson City, Nevada, explains GEONS data and how Earth's magnetic field is affected by solar activity. Magnetic field measurements at seperate locations reflect dramatically different data; find out why.
|Terry Parent, of Carson Middle School in Carson City, Nevada, created the following presentation for his 8th grade class. Carson Middle School's THEMIS homepage to learn more aobut the school and the magnetometer.|