Data from the e-Callisto network radio telescopes is available in http://soleil.i4ds.ch/solarradio/callistoQuicklooks/. The data provided by celestina nodes can be found by searching for SPAIN-ALCALA, SPAIN-PERALEJOS and SPAIN-SIGUENZA. Light curves can be found be found in http://soleil.i4ds.ch/solarradio/data/Lightcurves/. Below are the most recent light curves of CELESTINA nodes. In general, solar radio bursts have a Y-factor of 3 dB, so the level of interference at the radio telescope location must be below 3 dB in order to detect them. The province of Guadalajara offers such unique places, not only for its heritage or natural beauty, but for its low level of electromagnetic pollution.

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Automatic Solar Burst Detection using IA (Digits)

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Light Curve in Melibea-01 (Peralejos de las Truchas)

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Light Curve in Melibea-03 (Peralejos de las Truchas)

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Light Curve in Melibea-04 (Peralejos de las Truchas)

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Light Curve in Doncel (Sigüenza)