Automatic Weather Station
and Radiation Level Monitor in Sydney Australia


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-Historical Charts
-   Temperature
-   Rain / Evap
-   Solar energy
-   Ionising radiation

-Radiation Data
-   Geiger Counter
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Sydney's Ionizing Radiation level Trend

The chart below shows the average count per minute (CPM), of Alpha α, Beta β
and Gamma γ radiation, per day, for the last 288 days of samples.
Linear regression analysis on the data shows the level of ionizing radiation in Sydney is decreasing over time.
Alternatively, view the Live Geiger Counter readings for the last 24 hours or the Radiation Trend graph since 2012.

Sydney's Background Radiation History Level 

cpm = counts per minute

Sunrise: 6:50
Sunset: 16:57
Moon: Waxing Crescent

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