Antarctic station
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Just wondering out loud here...

Does the fact that the South Pole is close to Antartica, have any impact on the magnetic fields produced by the lightning strokes? I.E., are the calculations still valid for stations located at either the North or South Poles? Aren't the Earth's magnetic fields concentrated at the poles and thus wouldn't that have an effect on lightning-induced magnetic fields?

Sorry, just questions, but no answers...
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Antarctic station - by alexandicity - 2014-06-23, 16:09
RE: Antarctic station - by Knickohr - 2014-06-23, 16:33
RE: Antarctic station - by alexandicity - 2014-06-23, 16:37
RE: Antarctic station - by Jonathan.Williams - 2014-06-23, 16:54
RE: Antarctic station - by Knickohr - 2014-06-23, 17:46
RE: Antarctic station - by Tobi - 2014-06-23, 19:27
RE: Antarctic station - by Ross.Wheeler - 2014-06-23, 21:13
RE: Antarctic station - by RichoAnd - 2014-06-23, 21:36
RE: Antarctic station - by HamelGre - 2014-06-24, 12:50
RE: Antarctic station - by Michael.James - 2014-06-24, 19:33
RE: Antarctic station - by RichoAnd - 2014-06-24, 19:45
RE: Antarctic station - by W3DRM - 2014-06-25, 00:07
RE: Antarctic station - by Knickohr - 2015-05-15, 16:15
RE: Antarctic station - by HamelGre - 2015-05-16, 02:07



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