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LU9DCE > WXSAT    18.02.19 11:15l 81 Lines 4996 Bytes #5 (0) @ WW
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Subj: NOAA DPD 18 02
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:Product: Daily Particle Data          DPD.txt
:Issued: 0223 UT 18 Feb 2019
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#  Prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Space Weather Prediction Center
#  Please send comments and suggestions to SWPC.Webmaster@noaa.gov
#
#                Last 30 Days Daily Particle Data
#
#              GOES-15 Proton Fluence     GOES-15 Electron Fluence     Neutron
#            --- Protons/cm2-day-sr ---  -- Electrons/cm2-day-sr --    Monitor
#  Date       >1 MeV  >10 MeV  >100 MeV  >0.8 MeV   >2 MeV           % of bkgd
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2019 01 19    3.7e+05  1.7e+04  3.7e+03   3.3e+08    9.5e+05          -999.99
2019 01 20    4.6e+05  1.8e+04  4.0e+03   3.0e+08    9.5e+05          -999.99
2019 01 21    5.7e+05  1.7e+04  3.9e+03   3.7e+08    1.1e+06          -999.99
2019 01 22    4.4e+05  1.7e+04  3.9e+03   2.6e+08    7.6e+05          -999.99
2019 01 23    1.3e+06  1.8e+04  3.9e+03   1.8e+08    3.2e+05          -999.99
2019 01 24    8.1e+05  1.7e+04  4.0e+03   4.6e+08    4.0e+05          -999.99
2019 01 25    2.6e+06  1.6e+04  3.6e+03   2.8e+09    3.4e+07          -999.99
2019 01 26    1.3e+06  1.6e+04  3.7e+03   5.2e+09    7.9e+07          -999.99
2019 01 27    1.3e+06  1.6e+04  3.8e+03   4.8e+09    7.3e+07          -999.99
2019 01 28    1.6e+06  1.7e+04  3.7e+03   4.2e+09    7.3e+07          -999.99
2019 01 29    1.6e+06  1.6e+04  3.6e+03   3.4e+09    5.6e+07          -999.99
2019 01 30    2.7e+06  1.7e+04  4.0e+03   3.3e+09    6.7e+07          -999.99
2019 01 31    1.6e+06  1.7e+04  3.8e+03   8.3e+08    1.1e+07          -999.99
2019 02 01    2.0e+06  1.6e+04  3.6e+03   2.0e+09    2.2e+07          -999.99
2019 02 02    1.6e+06  1.6e+04  3.8e+03   5.6e+09    2.6e+08          -999.99
2019 02 03    1.0e+06  1.6e+04  3.8e+03   6.8e+09    4.1e+08          -999.99
2019 02 04    1.1e+06  1.7e+04  4.0e+03   8.4e+09    5.2e+08          -999.99
2019 02 05    5.7e+05  1.7e+04  3.8e+03   2.8e+09    9.9e+07          -999.99
2019 02 06    6.0e+05  1.7e+04  3.7e+03   2.3e+09    8.2e+07          -999.99
2019 02 07    5.0e+05  1.7e+04  3.8e+03   3.8e+09    1.5e+08          -999.99
2019 02 08    6.8e+05  1.6e+04  3.7e+03   1.9e+09    8.9e+07          -999.99
2019 02 09    8.5e+05  1.6e+04  3.6e+03   2.5e+09    8.5e+07          -999.99
2019 02 10    9.1e+05  1.7e+04  3.6e+03   4.2e+09    1.3e+08          -999.99
2019 02 11    9.9e+05  1.6e+04  3.6e+03   2.9e+09    7.5e+07          -999.99
2019 02 12    5.0e+05  1.6e+04  3.7e+03   1.0e+09    1.7e+07          -999.99
2019 02 13    8.3e+05  1.7e+04  3.7e+03   1.2e+09    1.3e+07          -999.99
2019 02 14    7.8e+05  1.8e+04  3.7e+03   3.1e+09    3.9e+07          -999.99
2019 02 15    5.5e+05  1.7e+04  3.6e+03   3.4e+09    4.5e+07          -999.99
2019 02 16    8.9e+05  1.7e+04  3.7e+03   3.1e+09    4.4e+07          -999.99
2019 02 17    1.2e+06  1.7e+04  3.8e+03   1.8e+09    2.8e+07          -999.99

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The Least Perceptive Literary Critic
	The most important critic in our field of study is Lord Halifax.  A
most individual judge of poetry, he once invited Alexander Pope round to
give a public reading of his latest poem.
	Pope, the leading poet of his day, was greatly surprised when Lord
Halifax stopped him four or five times and said, "I beg your pardon, Mr.
Pope, but there is something in that passage that does not quite please me."
	Pope was rendered speechless, as this fine critic suggested sizeable
and unwise emendations to his latest masterpiece.  "Be so good as to mark the
place and consider at your leisure.  I'm sure you can give it a better turn."
	After the reading, a good friend of Lord Halifax, a certain Dr.
Garth, took the stunned Pope to one side.  "There is no need to touch the
lines," he said.  "All you need do is leave them just as they are, call on
Lord Halifax two or three months hence, thank him for his kind observation
on those passages, and then read them to him as altered.  I have known him
much longer than you have, and will be answerable for the event."
	Pope took his advice, called on Lord Halifax and read the poem
exactly as it was before.  His unique critical faculties had lost none of
their edge.  "Ay", he commented, "now they are perfectly right.  Nothing can
be better."
		-- Stephen Pile, "The Book of Heroic Failures"

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