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  1. Marcel, Thank you for the response. I believe that model is what NOAA and NASA use to predict when a storm will arrive in the earth's atmosphere. That is what generates the forecasts to which I was referring in my original post. However, those forecasts only provide the expected time and duration of an occurrence. However, are there any space weather events and respective forecasts that do contain location related information as it pertains to the earth's atmosphere? I'm sorry that I was not sufficiently specific about that last part. In order to predict when a specific object will be impacted by the event, it would be helpful to know where the event will be. Thanks again, Forrest
  2. Reading the NOAA space weather forecast text files, there does not appear to be any information to locate wx phenomena in 3D space. For space weather that has a global impact, I can appreciate that it may be pointless to try to identify locations in an meaningful way. However, are there any space weather events and respective forecasts that do contain location related information? My team is trying to build a model for space that is similar to predicting both when and where an aircraft will encounter a terrestrial weather event given the aircraft's flight path and the location of the weather. While we appreciate the environments are very different, we are wondering whether it is possible to do the same modeling for any space objects and space weather events. Thanks for any pointers, Forrest
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