The Great Space Weather Event during 1872 February Recorded in East Asia

@article{Hayakawa2018TheGS,
  title={The Great Space Weather Event during 1872 February Recorded in East Asia},
  author={H. Hayakawa and Y. Ebihara and D. Willis and Kentaro Hattori and A. Giunta and M. Wild and Satoshi Hayakawa and S. Toriumi and Yasuyuki Mitsuma and L. Macdonald and K. Shibata and S. Silverman},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={862},
  pages={15}
}
The study of historical great geomagnetic storms is crucial for assessing the possible risks to the technological infrastructure of a modern society, caused by extreme space-weather events. The normal benchmark has been the great geomagnetic storm of September 1859, the so-called "Carrington Event". However, there are numerous records of another great geomagnetic storm in February 1872. This storm, about 12 years after the Carrington Event, resulted in comparable magnetic disturbances and… Expand
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