East entrance during winter of
Met 100 Web Page
Met 220 Web Page
Met 497 Senior
SUNY Oswego Student
Meteorology Web Page
Oswego Earth Sciences Web Page
Oswego Supported Windows Software
Web sites to visit:
- ADDS - Satellite
- TYX NWS Radar Montague, NY
- BUF NWS Radar Buffalo NY
- NWS - NOAA
- NCAR-RAP Real-Time Weather Data website
- National Radar NWS
- Latest weather radar images from the National Weather Service
- King City, Ontario - Radar Imagery -
- Franktown, Ontario - Radar Imagery -
- OSGN6 NDBC - Station
- NHC_ Tropical Prediction Center
GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program
IrfanView - Freeware Graphic Viewer
LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal
productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and Linux, that gives you six
feature-rich applications for all your document production and data
Inkscape. Draw Freely.
Inkscape is a Vector Graphics Editor, similar to Adobe
Illustrator, that strives to be SVG Compliant, open source, responsive
VideoLAN - Free Software and Open Source video
streaming solution for every OS!
VideoLAN - Free Software and Open Source video streaming solution
for every OS!
- Welcome to Gnumeric!
CCleaner - Home
CCleaner created by Piriform authors of the hugely popular
freeware tools CCleaner, Recuva and Defraggler.
CCleaner - Portable
Piriform - Authors of the hugely popular software CCleaner,
Defraggler, Recuva and Speccy.
clamwin Free Antivirus for Windows - Open
source GPL virus scanner
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Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder
On a perfectly smooth ice covered
rotating earth with no atmosphere, a
hockey player places a puck on the glaring ice and whacks a wicked hard
slapshot which propels the puck at a whopping 100 ms-1.
puck is slapped to the east and west at 45o
north and south
latitudes. Also right on the equator the puck is whacked to the north.
The solid lines denote the trajectories of the puck.
Inertial Circles on a Mollweide homolographic projection: