MY RESEARCH BLOG

May 18, 2017

Photographers have been taking pictures of a phenomenon that was until recently unknown to scientist.

Elizabeth MacDonald (NASA scientist and PI of the great initiative called Aurorasaurus: http://aurorasaurus.org/) was working for quiet some time with a group of very...

February 14, 2017

Out of all my publications this is probably my favorite one, probably because the topic came to me by accident.

In this paper we combined THEMIS All-Sky Imagers (ASI) that take pictures of the aurora over north America every 3 seconds; and SuperDARN radars working on a...

January 1, 2015

This is the new and exciting project that the University of Calgary - Auroral Imaging Group (My group) is currently developing. The Transition Region Explorer (TREx) is a global space science and upper atmosphere exploration project, that will count with ground-based i...

July 30, 2014

This is by far one of my favorite papers in the field! In this paper Dr. Motoba showed the simultaneous development of a substorm auroral onset in the northern (Iceland) and southern (Syowa station in Antarctica)  hemisphere. This observation demonstrate the magnetosph...

June 1, 2013

This is a work in progress....

Today one of my friend introduced me to one of the most fun and educative webpage. Check it out!

Visit: http://spacephysics.ucla.edu/

Please reload

Bea Gallardo-Lacourt

© 2019 by Bea