Division E WG International Collaboration on Space Weather


Luc Damé

11, boulevard d'Alembert
78280 Guyancourt

Phone: +33 0180285119
Email 1: lucdamelatmosipslfr
Email 2: lucdameobspmfr
Organization website: www.latmos.ipsl.fr

Last updated:
January 9, 2013


David F. Webb

Institute for Scientific Research
Boston College
Kenny Cottle, Room 106A
885 Centre Street
Newton MA 02459
United States

Phone: +1 617 552 6135
Fax: +1 617 552 0227
Email: davidwebbbcedu
Personal website: http://www2.bc.edu/~webbd
Organization website: http://www.bc.edu/research/isr.html

Last updated:
October 3, 2014

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Analogous to the weather in Earth’s lower atmosphere, Space Weather involves the changing environmental conditions in near-Earth space or the volume of space from the Sun's surface to the Earth. Space weather can also involve the interactions of solar activity with other planets or at deep-space spacecraft. Much of space weather is driven by energy carried through interplanetary space by the solar wind from solar activity such as flares and coronal mass ejections. The main goal of this WG is to provide a clearinghouse of information on space weather organizations and activities in countries around the world.

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