Congratulations! to Nicola Scafetta and Richard C Willson on the publication of their new paper: Planetary harmonics in the historical Hungarian aurora record (1523–1960). This is another excellent paper, published in Planetary and Space Science. Grabbitquick before I take it offline. Scafetta always makes papers available later if you miss this one. The Hungarian record goes back to a very early date and this makes the paper especially interesting to those of us eager to see more validation of the solar planetary theory, which is rapidly becoming the best show in town for matching paleo records. Geoff Sharp will be particularly pleased to see the strength of these Uranus-Neptune synodic correlations with solar activity levels.
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Nicola Scafetta and Richard C Willson: Planetary harmonics in the historical Hungarian aurora record (1523–1960)Posted: February 14, 2013 by Rog Tallbloke in Analysis, Astrophysics, cosmic rays, Dataset, Geomagnetism, Natural Variation, Solar physics, solar system dynamics
Tags: auroras, hungarian auroras, planetary theory, Scafetta