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Natural VLF Radio Phenomena

"The (very beautiful) Music of the Magnetosphere and Space Weather"
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About natural VLF Radio Field-Recordings, Radio Dxing, and Travel Photography


Radio-reception DXpediton to China - 03 to 20 November 2013 - https://archive.org/details/MediumwaveDXpeditiontoChina

The WR-3 Hand-held VLF Receiver | EARTHSEALS - Paul C. Hoffman | My page of audio files (1993-2000) at Uiowa.edu (U. Iowa Plasma Wave Group) | Alpha and Omega Radionav. Systems | [STARDUST Capsule re-entry FM-skip audio and the Leonids Meteor Storms] | [WR-3/VLF Listening Guide and VLF Handbook] | SIX Natural VLF Radio MP3 Albums at archive.org (or scroll further below)

VLF Soundbites - Audio Files (mp3/wav) Page One of Multiple Audio-File Pages



Radio-reception DXpediton to China - 03 to 20 November 2013 - https://archive.org/details/MediumwaveDXpeditiontoChina

Mediumwave DX and FM airchecks in Russia and St. Petersburg Photography, as well as links to TWO Mediumwave-DXpedition (to Hawaii) websites

[Natural Radio Home Page at www.auroralchorus.com] | CONTACT-PAGE and another travel-photo gallery | [Aurora Gallery - 1995 - 2001] | Non-Directional Beacon (NDB) Gallery | Where Cars End Their Time in Hawaii - A Photo Essay Montage | Desert Beauty in Joshua Tree National Park | LowFER and MedFER Radio EXperimenters from the late 1980's | Crystal Radio Fun | Camera Obscura | Stephen P. McGreevy in the northern Panamint Valley 06 Feb. 2007 | Stephen P. McGreevy in the northern Panamint Valley 06 Feb. 2007 - Photo 2 | Photo of the month - Desert Rainbow Mar. 2003 | The VLF Story ( first written in 1995, updated 2007 | Build the McGreevy BBB-4 VLF Receiver - simple and fun! | VLF-Quiet sites known in North Am. and Europe/UK/IRL, and a travelogue. | NTSC Television DX: 2008 to 2010

A 19-minute duration MP3 audio presentation of VLF recordings to Festival Sonika in Madrid, Spain - 08 Dec. 2011 (26.2 MB - 192 kbps PODCAST MP3)


Aurora in Alberta Canada 13 Aug 2000

Aurora in Alberta Canada 13 Aug 2000 at about 0200 MDT - Energy and particles from the Sun impacts Earth's Magnetosphere and generates lovely Aurora and Natural-Radio Signals - the radio sounds of "Space Weather." (link to AUDIO FILES first page of multiple pages)


A still of a video I made of Texas lightning (75 km west of San Antonio) during a May 2006 storm-chasing event I participated in. Lightning bolts like these generate sferics, tweeks, and initiate whistlers in some instances, if the location, intensity, time of day, and solar events are all right for the generation of whistlers.
Aurora photo

Photo of gorgeous aurora over northern Manitoba, Canada resembling a tornado in appearance - taken during Manitoba Solar-Minimum VLF Expedition - 25 August 1996. Central Manitoba, Canada is the truly best place, in late summer when it is still warm, to see gorgeous aurora, and much closer to travel to than distant Alaska. If you wish to witness this incredible spectacle for yourself, you don't have to wait until the cold of winter to go northward to see aurora it you head for central Manitoba or Saskatchewan, Canada in late August or early September.



WR-3 VLF "Whistler Receiver" Information Pages/Order Form is here



Radio-reception DXpediton to China - 03 to 20 November 2013 - https://archive.org/details/MediumwaveDXpeditiontoChina


Click Photo or this link to go to Internet Archives site to listen to audio-files (MP3) of my latest Mediumwave/AM Broadcast-band DXpedition (15-21 November 2010) to north-east Oahu, Hawaii!! (http://www.archive.org/details/HawaiiMediumwaveDxpeditionNovember2010).


Another glorious Hawaiian (n.e. Oahu) Sunrise 19 Nov. 2010 after a wonderful nights DXing the MW/AM BCB!



Close-up of London's Tower Bridge taken from my British Airways flight landing at Heathrow, London, 05 September 2009. My extensive travels to London in 1996 to master "Electric Enigma" (link below) allowed me to discover that within London's large Parks, and some smaller ones like Battersea Park, one can hear whistlers with low-hum levels within London's parks, so one does not necessarily have to venture out into the wilderness to enjoy the sounds of natural radio.


Six Natural VLF Radio MP3 Albums at archive.org:


Stephen P. McGreevy's "Auroral Chorus II: The Music of the Magnetosphere" Album in MP3 (released 2000, Lone Pine, CA)



Stephen P. McGreevy's "Electric-Enigma" Album in MP3 (released 1996, London)


Stephen P. McGreevy's "Auroral Chorus I: The Music of the Magnetosphere" Album in MP3 (released 1998, Lone Pine, CA)


Stephen P. McGreevy's "Auroral Chorus III: The Music of the Magnetosphere" Album in MP3 - Disc 1 of 2 (released 2003, Lone Pine, CA)


Stephen P. McGreevy's "Auroral Chorus III: The Music of the Magnetosphere" Album in MP3 - Disc 2 of 2 (released 2003, Lone Pine, CA)



Stephen P. McGreevy's "Auroral Chorus IV: The Music of the Magnetosphere - Desert Whistlers" Album in MP3 (released 2010, Lone Pine, CA)


Updated 06 April 2013

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