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         Space Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Introduction to Space Physics (Cambridge Atmospheric and Space Science Series)
  2. Art and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light by Leonard Shlain, 1993-01-28
  3. Space-Time Physics: The Revolution in Physics For the New Millennium by Jesús Parrilla-Calderón, 2004-02-25
  4. Introduction to Plasma Physics: With Space and Laboratory Applications by D. A. Gurnett, A. Bhattacharjee, 2005-01-31
  5. Solar and Space Physics (<i>Space Science in the Twenty-First Century: Imperatives for the Decades 1995 to 2015</i>: A Series) by Task Group on Solar and Space Physics, Space Science Board, et all 1988-01-01
  6. Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light (P.S.) by Leonard Shlain, 2007-03-01
  7. Eyewitness: Time & Space by John Gribbin, 2000-03-01
  8. Physics of Space Plasmas: An Introduction, Second Edition by George K. Parks, 2003-11-01
  9. A Course in Modern Mathematical Physics: Groups, Hilbert Space and Differential Geometry by Peter Szekeres, 2004-01-17
  10. Basic Space Plasma Physics by W. Baumjohann, 1996-12
  11. Physics of the Earth's Space Environment: An Introduction by Gerd W. Prölss, 2004-08-26
  12. Space Physics: An Introduction to Plasmas and Particles in the Heliosphere and Magnetospheres (Advanced Texts in Physics) by May-Britt Kallenrode, 2004-04-14
  13. Concepts of space;: The history of theories of space in physics by Max Jammer, 1957
  14. Foundations of Space-Time Theories: Relativistic Physics and Philosophy of Science by Michael Friedman, 1986-10-01

1. Oulu Space Physics Textbook
space physics Textbook. last update 23 November 1998, 2130 UT (RR). Textbook. space physics instrumentation and analysis methods.
Space Physics Textbook - last update: 23 November 1998, 2130 UT (RR)
This service is divided into four sections (Plasma physics, Regions of interest, Phenomena of interest, Space physics instrumentation and analysis methods) and Appendices, each of which contain several pages. Only few of these pages are directly reachable from this title page; rest of the pages become available through surfing the text or by using the contents listing.
Plasma physics
Space physics is interested in the natural plasma environments found close enough to the Earth to be studied by in situ measurements.
Regions of interest
Today, these in situ measurement cover most of the heliosphere. Space physics studies Sun (and its extension, the solar wind) and all planets with plasma environments, including Earth. One of the main tasks in space physics is to explain the Solar wind - magnetosphere - ionosphere - atmosphere coupling that is responsible for many important phenomena.
Phenomena of interest
Many interesting magnetospheric/ionospheric phenomena are created because of the energy input from the Sun and the special properties of the plasma state. For us living at high latitudes, the most remarkable plasma phenomena are the auroras relating to geomagnetic activity.

2. Laboratory For Atmospheric And Space Physics
General Information. Programs Missions. Contact Us. Staff Information. About LASP. LASP Products. Education. News. Seminars. Search. You are the 255772nd visitor.
You are the 259360th visitor. General Information Contact Us Staff Information About LASP ... Search

3. Welcome To Space Physics At The National Space Science Data Center
NASA/GSFC Security and Privacy Statement. Last Update December 15, 2003, NEP. NASA Official Dr. Robert McGuire, Head of the space physics Data Facility.

Ionosphere Trapped Particle Gravitation ... Other
Atmospheric models [info] Density and Temperature Models Wind Models(Thermosphere) Ionospheric Models [info] General Model Electron Density Models
  • Chiu Ionospheric Model[ info ftp
  • Bent Ionospheric Model[ info
  • Penn State Mk III Model[ info
  • SLIM Model[ info
  • FAIM Model[ info
F2-Peak Models and Applications
  • CCIR foF2 and M(3000)F2 Model Maps[ info
  • URSI foF2 Model Maps[ info
  • ISS-b foF2 Maps[ info
  • MINIMUF/QSTMUF Model[ info
  • IONCAP Model[ info
  • WBMOD Ionospheric Scintillation Model[ info link
Electron Temperature Models
  • Density Dependent Electron Temperature Model[ info
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  • AE/ISIS Electron Temperature Models[ info
Ion Composition and Drift Models
  • DY Ion Composition Model[ info
  • ISR Ion Drift Model[ info ftp
  • St. Santin Ion Drift Model[

4. Swedish Institute Of Space Physics
The Swedish Institute of space physics (IRF) is a governmental research institute. The Swedish Institute of space physics (IRF). Institutet
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF)
Aurora and the laser beam from the lidar instrument at IRF in Kiruna
photographed by the Kiruna all-sky camera
General Overview
Popular Science Pages

5. Windows To The Universe
Aimed at portraying Earth and Space Sciences in a fun way. Includes information about space weather, global space physics and a real time movie of current solar activity.
Text-only version Text-only version

6. IRF In Kiruna
Swedish Institute of space physics (IRF),. Head Office, Kiruna. The Swedish Institute of space physics is located 6 km east of Kiruna beside the E10 highway.
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF),
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7. Welcome To Space Physics At The National Space Science Data Center
NSSDC archives and provides access to a wide variety of space physics data from NASA and other space flight missions, to selected other data and to some models
NSSDC archives and provides access to a wide variety of space physics data from NASA and other space flight missions, to selected other data and to some models and software via various services. Introductions for new users: Access Data: Trajectory data for: Geophysical Models Other Resources

8. Imperial College London | Faculty Of Physical Sciences | Department Of Physics |
Homepage of Imperial College's space physics group
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Welcome to the Space and Atmospheric Physics Group
Latest News : Dr Horbury Receives RAS Fowler Award We are part of the Physics Department at Imperial College . Our aims are to undertake world-class research, and to train young scientists, in both experimental and theoretical aspects of Space Physics and Atmospheric Physics. You can use the navigation bar above to find information about our Research Activities and about Postgraduate Studies with us.

It launched into a 645 km, 40 degree orbit and is operated by the Laboratory for Atmospheric and space physics (LASP) at the University of Colorado (CU) in
The Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) is a NASA-sponsored satellite mission that will provide state-of-the-art measurements of incoming x-ray, ultraviolet, visible, near-infrared, and total solar radiation. The measurements provided by SORCE specifically address long-term climate change, natural variability and enhanced climate prediction, and atmospheric ozone and UV-B radiation. These measurements are critical to studies of the Sun; its effect on our Earth system; and its influence on humankind. Solar radiation is the dominant, direct energy input into the terrestrial ecosystem; and it affects all physical, chemical, and biological processes. The Sun provides a natural influence on the Earth's atmosphere and climate. In order to understand mankind's roles in climate change, the Sun's impact must first be understood. SORCE measures the Sun's output with the use of state-of-the-art radiometers, spectrometers, photodiodes, detectors, and bolometers engineered into instruments mounted on a satellite observatory. The SORCE satellite orbits around the Earth accumulating solar data. Spectral measurements identify the irradiance of the Sun by characterizing the Sun's energy and emissions in the form of color that can then be translated into quantities and elements of matter. Data obtained by the SORCE experiment will be used to model the Sun's output and to explain and predict the effect of the Sun's radiation on the Earth's atmosphere and climate.

10. The Space Physics Group At The U. Of Washington
Faculty, students, and staff of the space physics groups at UW
The Space Physics Group
at the U. of Washington
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11. Space Physics Research Laboratory At The University Of Michigan
Welcome to the space physics Research Laboratory at the University of Michigan. This is the socalled *text* version for those of
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12. Space Physics Research Laboratory
The space physics Research Lab, under the direction of Dr. GG Sivjee, is located in the new Engineering Technology Building on the campus of EmbryRiddle
About SPRL
The Space Physics Research Lab, under the direction of Dr. G.G. Sivjee, is located in the new Engineering Technology Building on the campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida.
This lab is funded in part by grants from the National Science Foundation Atmospheric Sciences Division and Office of Polar Programs.
How To Contact Us
By US Mail: Dr. G. G. Sivjee Physical Science Dept. Embry-Riddle Aero. Univ. 600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 By Voice: Dr. G. G. Sivjee, Lab Director (386) 226-6711 Voice (386) 226-6713 Fax Dr. Anthony Reynolds (386) 226-7752 (386) 226-6621 Fax Michael Cline, Lab Manager (386) 226-6386 Voice John Pesce, Cons. Lab Manager (386) 226-7437 Voice Main Lab Phone (386) 226-6386 Voice By Email: See Below For Individual Email Addresses
Employee Home Pages
Current employees of SPRL are (click to send e-mail):

13. SPRL REU Program
Home. Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the University of Michigan space physics Research Laboratory. The space physics

14. Space Physics Interactive Data Resource 2

15. The Space Physics Research Group At SSL/UCB
Research group at the University of California at Berkeley, US.
About SPRG at SSL Intro to Space Physics Research FTP Sites: People ... Directions (((Satellites))) STEREO/IMPACT Cluster FAST Geotail ... Solar CISM For problems with this website:

UCLA IGPP space physics Center Data Groundstation Data Graduate Studies Undergraduate Studies Space Grant Program SPC Groups Magnetospheric Physics Space Weather space physics Space Plasma

17. UCLA - IGPP SSC Tutorial Articles
Education Tutorials. SSC space physics Tutorial. Magnetosphere. Magnetopause. Pioneer Venus Mission. Planetary Magnetospheres. A Suggestion
Education Tutorials
SSC Space Physics Tutorial
Magnetopause Pioneer Venus Mission Planetary Magnetospheres ... Solar Wind and Interplanetary Magnetic Field: A Tutorial
(in Adobe PDF format) The Solar Wind Interaction with the Earth's Magnetoshere: A Tutorial
(in Adobe PDF format)
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Last updated: November 30, 2000

18. Center For Space Physics - Welcome
BU Logo, Boston University Center for space physics Welcome. Welcome to the Center for space physics at Boston University. The Center
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Welcome to the Center for Space Physics at Boston University. The Center carries out a wide variety of research in just some of the following fields of space physics including: space plasma physics; magnetospheric physics; ionospheric physics; atmospheric physics; and planetary and cometary atmospheric studies. Students in astronomy, applied physics, and engineering concentrations conduct their research through the Center, making it an active participant in graduate studies. Furthermore, the Center serves as the coordinating mechanism for grant management and proposal development.
Aurora as seen by POLAR
Astronomy Department Contact Us: 725 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 506
Boston, MA 02215

19. SPA On-Line Open House
The members of the space physics and Aeronomy section of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) would like to take this opportunity to share information with the
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SPA web resources ... search home Welcome to the SPA On-Line Open House! The members of the Space Physics and Aeronomy section of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) would like to take this opportunity to share information with the public about the exciting missions and research activities being carried out within our scientific community. The web resources you will find here have been developed by hundreds of practicing scientists around the world. We hope that students, teachers, professionals in other disciplines - indeed anyone who is curious about and interested in space science and Earth's near space environment will find something of interest here. Research activities within the Space Physics and Aeronomy section of the AGU fall into three general areas:
  • solar and heliospheric physics - the study of the Sun, solar variability, and the interplanetary medium
  • magnetospheric physics - the study of the plasmas, magnetic and electric fields, and current systems in planetary magnetospheres
  • aeronomy - the study of planetary ionospheres and upper atmospheres and their interactions with space
The SPA Open House brings together in one convenient location on the Web links to web resources relating to SPA science. These resources include tutorials on specific SPA science topics, background information on space science missions, research highlights, classroom activities, and various web offerings developed by members of the SPA science community. Also included are links to sites offering access to real-time data from space- and ground-based experimental facilities as well as to web pages providing information on theory, data, and image archives.

Conference on upper atmosphere, space physics, space weather and related topics to be held October 1019, 2002 in Houston, Texas.
Committee on Space Research 35th COSPAR SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY
PARIS, FRANCE, 18 - 25 JULY 2004
Deadline for receipt of abstracts and for financial support application extended to 29 February 2004
Location and Date
Overview of the Scientific Program

Details of the Scientific Program

Interdisciplinary Lectures and Panel Events
Scientific Assembly Timetable

7. a) Instructions for oral presentations
b) Poster Board Dimension: 95 cm width x 160 cm height
8. Abstract Format and Publications
a) Instructions for Preparing Abstracts

Instructions for Preparing COSPAR Manuscripts - READ ME FIRST c) Instructions for Preparing COSPAR Manuscripts d) Papers Presented Form Financial Support a) Registration Information b) Accommodation Information c) Registration and Accommodation Form Useful Addresses 12. Assembly Associated Events Solar Extreme Events of 2003, Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects

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