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DIY Magnetometer [DIY]
posted October 4 2013 15:13.47 by spic0m




The activity of the Sun varies on a cycle with a period of approximately 11 years. Periods of low solar activity are followed by a few years of sharply increased number of solar spots, flares, and coronal mass ejections (CMEs), disrupting Earth's magnetic field and causing magnetic storms. With the next Solar cycle maximum approaching, Alex wanted to get on the fun too, so he set to build his own device for detecting and recording those magnetic storms, a.k.a. a magnetometer.



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