Featured on Twitter’s Blog

article Along with the Aurorasaurus project, Nathan’s recent study on mapping aurora with Twitter was featured in Twitter’s “Twitter data for research” blog.

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Homepage Twitter data can even indicate where an Aurora Borealis may be spotted helping scientists have more sightings. After an electromagnetic storm in 2011 brought a flurry of Tweets with spottings of the Northern Lights even far down in the south, NASA scientist Elizabeth MacDonald created Aurorasaurus as a way to document sightings and to verify Tweets. A team of researchers led by Nathan Case found that Twitter data not only is a great indicator for where Aurora Borealis will be published but helps identify key characteristics of the light show including color.

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http://vagnvagensbygg.se/firmenit/1965 This was an “organic” find by the data team at Twitter and is great to see the article and the project get press from Twitter.

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