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Why you should publish in SWSC... (Nov. 2010)

Space weather is the physical and phenomenological state of natural space environments. The associated discipline aims, through observation, monitoring, analysis and modelling, at understanding and predicting the state of the sun, the interplanetary and planetary environments, and the solar and non-solar driven perturbations that affect them; and also at forecasting and nowcasting the possible impacts on biological and technological systems.

Space climate deals with the middle and long term aspects of space weather, their manifestations in the heliosphere and their effects on planetary environments including the impacts on climate.

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7th European Space Weather Week (15-19 Nov. 2010)

European Space Weather Week

The seventh European Space Weather Week will take place in Brugge, Belgium, from Monday 15th November to Friday 19th November 2010.

This meeting is being jointly organised by the Belgian Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence (STCE), ESA, the Space Weather Working Team and the COST ES0803 communities. The ESWW will again adopt this year the central aim of bringing together diverse communities working on all aspects of space weather from key research developments through to end user needs.

For more information please visit the web site http://sidc.oma.be/esww7/