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A figure palette containing images made within Resen from diverse data sources. (a) MANGO mosaic image created using functionality of the mangopy library installed within resen-core. The image shows large enhanced airglow band tilted southwestward in two western imagers. (b) Keograms (north-south and east-west cuts at specific longitude and latitude respectively) created for the Hat Creek (western most) imager showing a signature of a southward and westward propagating LSTID from 0230 UT to 0400 UT, also indicated by arrows. (c) Two FPIs from Urbana and Peach Mountain in mid-eastern United States showing southwestward winds between 0200 UT and 0600 UT. 0° is north and 90° is east. The positive values always refer to northward or eastward. FPI data were downloaded using the madrigalweb library installed in resen-core. (d) SuperDARN radar velocities from four northern hemisphere radars. The beam directions are shown in the maps at the top of d-1 and d-2 panels. The Blackstone SuperDARN radar (BKS) beam 7 shows negative velocities, which are westward, and the Fort Hayes East (FHE) beam 7 shows positive velocities that are southwestward. SuperDARN data acquisition was done outside of Resen, but analysis used the Python library DaViTPy developed by the SuperDARN consortium. (e) Four magnetometer sites from the SuperMAG network show the magnetometer fluctuations indicating high geomagnetic activity, which seems to progress from north to south and east to west, as indicated by two dashed lines. SuperMAG data were downloaded separately, and uploaded to the Resen bucket.

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