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         Space Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Revealing the Hidden Nature of Space and Time: Charting the Course for Elementary Particle Physics by Committee on Elementary Particle Physics in the 21st Century, National Research Council, 2006-10-10
  2. Fundamentals of Space Systems (The Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory Series in Science and Engineering)
  3. Concepts of Space: The History of Theories of Space in Physics, Second Edition by Max Jammer, Albert Einstein, 1969-01-01
  4. Physics of the Space Environment (Cambridge Atmospheric and Space Science Series) by Tamas I. Gombosi, 2004-08-19
  5. 3D Radiative Transfer in Cloudy Atmospheres (Physics of Earth and Space Environments)
  6. Cosmic Plasma Physics (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by B.V. Somov, 2000-09-30
  7. Space Storms and Space Weather Hazards (NATO SCIENCE SERIES: II: Mathematics, Physics and
  8. Auroral Plasma Physics (Space Sciences Series of ISSI)
  9. Quantum Fields in Curved Space (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by N. D. Birrell, P. C. W. Davies, 1984-04-27
  10. Solar and Space Physics and Its Role in Space Exploration by Committee on Assessment of the Role of Solar and Space Physics in NASA's Space Exploration Initiative, National Research Council, 2004-09-22
  11. An Introduction to Riemann Surfaces, Algebraic Curves and Moduli Spaces (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Martin Schlichenmaier, 2007-10-04
  12. Quantum Mechanics in Hilbert Space: Second Edition (Dover Books on Physics) by Eduard Prugovecki, 2006-12-01
  13. Foundations of Physical Science with Earth and Space Science
  14. Quantum Mechanics on Phase Space (Fundamental Theories of Physics) by Franklin E. Schroeck Jr., 1995-11-30

41. Space Physics Data Facility
The SPDF s mission is to enhance the scientific return from NASA programs in the space physics sciences. Welcome to the space physics Data Facility (SPDF).
Welcome to the Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF)
Home Page Services CDAWeb SSCWeb FTP Data ... NASA Privacy, Security, Notices The mission of the SPDF is to enhance the scientific return from NASA programs in the space physics sciences. It has its primary intent to lead in the definition, development, operation and promotion of collaborative efforts in the collection and utilization of space physics data and models. The SPDF will respond to the research needs of the space physics community. The SPDF (Code 632) is a part of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and is the host for many programs and efforts formerly part of the National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) until the reorganization that formed SPDF in June 1992. The SPDF remains an evolving organization, with a professional staff approximately evenly split between working scientists and technologists.
Operational Services
CDAWeb SSCWeb FTP Data ... About the SPDF Responsible NASA Official and Curator Dr. Robert McGuire

42. SPARC: Space Physics And Aeronomy Research Collaboratory
Research activities, resources offered, electronic workshops, a listing of partner institutions and faculty.
SPARC is available 24 hours a day for real-time and archival data access and scientific collaboration. Click here to access SPARC's web-based workshop environment (WorkTools) Click here to jump directly to SPARC's real-time data monitoring page SPARC is a community resource for space physics and aeronomy. For more information, assistance using the system, or help integrating your data with the system, please send e-mail to The Fourth Thermospheric/Ionospheric Geospheric Research (TIGER) Symposium is being conducted virtually using WorkTools , 10-14 June 2002. S-RAMP and GEM-SMC are conducting a series of ongoing electronic workshops using WorkTools Interactions recently published an article on the impact of the Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory (UARC), SPARC's predecessor. MIT's Technology Review also published a piece on collaboratories that focused on UARC. brings together researchers in upper atmospheric and space physics from around the world, providing them a set of online collaboration tools and workspaces that link together scientific instruments, data, and models. The

43. Sun-Earth Connection (SEC) Data Availability Catalog
space physics Data Facility * space physics Data at NSSDC * Solar Data Analysis Center (SDAC) * NASA Office of Space Science (OSS) * SunEarth Connection
Sun-Earth Connection (SEC) Data Availability Catalog
At the request of NASA HQ's Office of Space Science, we in association with the flight projects have compiled a catalog of "Data Availability for Current Sun-Earth Connection Missions, Programs, and Campaigns." This catalog is an attempt to summarize the kinds and extent of data now being made available in current flight programs sponsored by the Sun-Earth Connection theme. This catalog and associated reports serve as a focused information source for NASA HQs management interests in availability and accessibility of mission data. As a secondary purpose, the catalog can also be used as an alternative way for the NASA science community to locate data of interest from current missions. The Sun-Earth Connection (SEC) Data Availability Catalog (SECDAC) interface starts with a Mission Overview Matrix where the mission names (and subsequent investigation names) link to the next level of SECDAC information. Appropriate updates (to edit existing information or to add entries) are possible at each level. Please note that updates submitted are manually reviewed and, while immediately acknowledged, will not be immediately reflected in the displayed catalog. Users may also send update information directly to

44. University Of Kansas Galileo Pages
kuspa1.phsx.ukans.edu8000/ Plasma and space physics, Department of Physics, University of RESEARCH Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Department of Physics. Plasma and space physics. Foucaults Pendulum. Research - Plasma and space physics.
Fundamental Technologies/
University of Kansas
Galileo Spacecraft Pages
The Galileo EPD website is now located at Fundamental Technologies. Last modified March 5, 2004 T. Hunt-Ward

45. UH Space Physics Group
space physics Group. Activities, People and Programs. The space physics group occupies a total of four large laboratory rooms totalling approximately 370 squ.
Space Physics Group
Activities, People and Programs
Related UH Pages
Research Objectives
The Space Physics Group at the University of Houston conducts original research in the areas of atmospheric electricity, atmospheric chemistry, electric spacecraft propulsion, space physics and aeronomy, and upper atmospheric physics. The term space physics as used here incorporates the disciplines of ionospheric physics, magnetospheric physics, space plasma physics, solar heliospheric physics and cosmic rays physics. The space physics group provides instruction in these topics to the students of the University of Houston. The main objective is to provide a source of qualified, trained personnel to the space-oriented employers of the Houston area. Finally, members of the group provide knowledgeable consulting services in these areas and topics to all elements of the Houston community that request such support.
Research Objectives
As a group, we have conducted experiments to measure and image electron bremsstrahlung beneath auroras, to measure electron bremsstrahlung accompanying both natural and triggered VLF events, auroral zone electric fields, plasmapause electric fields, electric fields at high altitude due to thunderstorms, the electromagnetic radiation spectrum of lightning at high altitude, the electromagnetic radiation accompanying the production of sprites, VLF magnetic fields accompanying active experiments in the ionosphere, dc plasma properties in the ionosphere near pulsating aurora, ionospheric electric fields near the magnetospheric cusp, ground level atmospheric electric field and air-Earth current at the South Pole, and the properties of the exhaust plasma of the VASIMR engine.

46. Space Physics Section
Homepage for space physics Section, Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen. NORSK, space physics Section. Main
NORSK University of Bergen Mathematics and Natural Sciences Department of Physics and Technology
Space Physics Section
Main Research Projects:

space physics, Oulu Click here to visit the Department pages. space physics. General information. Suomenkielinen pääsivu. Online space physics Textbook, space physics Virtual Library,

A nonprofit scientific, educational corporation whose objective is to bring the excitement of observing natural and manmade radio waves in the audio region to high school students. INSPIRE is an acronym for Interactive NASA space physics Ionosphere Radio Experiments . Since 1990, The INSPIRE Project has been involved in the investigation of very low frequency (VLF) radio signals in the earth's magnetosphere.
The INSPIRE Project
INSPIRE is a non-profit scientific, educational corporation whose objective is to bring the excitement of observing natural and manmade radio waves in the audio region to high school students. Underlying this objective is the conviction that science and technology are the underpinnings of our modern society, and that only with an understanding of science and technology can people make correct decisions in their lives, public, professional, and private. Stimulating students to learn and understand science and technology is key to them fulfilling their potential in the best interests of our society. INSPIRE also is an innovative, unique opportunity for students to actively gather data that might be used in a basic research project, as is being done with INSPIRE data taken during the 1992 flight of SEPAC (Space Experiments with Particle Accelerators) on ATLAS 1. Our eyes are only sensitive to a very narrow range of the electromagnetic spectrum. Like the dog that can hear sounds we can't, there is a large spectrum of electromagnetic waves we can not see. If we could see at very low frequencies, called VLF, we would be dazzled by electromagnetic emissions such as sferics, tweeks, whistlers, chorus, and many others. These are natural radio waves or emissions coming from such common phenomena as lightning, but there are also VLF emissions that reach the ground that come from ten's of thousands of miles from the Earth. VLF radio emissions are at such low frequencies that they can be received, amplified and turned into sound that we can hear. Each of the natural VLF radio emissions has a very distinctive sound. It is fun to listen to natural VLF emissions.

49. SPDS Has Moved!
We ve Moved! The space physics Data System Magnetospheric Yellow Pages (also known as the Magnetospheric OnLine Data System - MOLD). Have Moved!
We've Moved!
The Space Physics Data System
Magnetospheric Yellow Pages
(also known as the Magnetospheric On-Line Data System - MOLD)
Have Moved!
They now have a permenant home at Goddard Space Flight Center
The URL is
If you have any problems or questions please contact Geoff Reeves Effective January 1, 1998

50. AGU: Chapman Conferences
Regular program of small, focussed meetings that provide significant time for discussion and interaction among the participants. Topics include all aspects of geophysics and space physics.
Chapman Conferences
Small, highly focussed meetings that provide significant time for discussion and interaction among the participants. Often held in locations selected because they offer few distractions from the meeting program or because they provide opportunities for relevant side trips. Search
Chapman Conferences for the Current/Forthcoming Year
Corotating Solar Wind Streams and Recurrent Geomagnetic Activity
AGU Chapman Conference on The Science and Technology of Carbon Sequestration
AGU Chapman Conference on Salt Marsh Geomorphology: Physical and Ecological Effects on Landform

9-13 October 2004, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Solar Energetic Plasmas and Particles
2-6 August 2004, Turku, Finland Gravity Waves Processes and Parameterization
10-14 January 2004, Waikoloa Beach Marriott in Kohala Coast, Hawaii, USA

51. Dartmouth Space Physics
In plasma and space physics, active areas of research include magnetohydrodynamics, computational physics, plasma simulation and plasma theory.
In plasma and space physics, active areas of research include magnetohydrodynamics, computational physics, plasma simulation and plasma theory. Space physics research programs include theoretical studies of the near-earth space environment, and both ground and space based observations of ionosphere and magnetosphere.
The experimental program includes ground-based remote sensing of the ionosphere at high latitudes and sounding rocket studies. Field research is carried out in both northern and southern polar regions. Theoretical studies use local and national supercomputer facilities. For comments and questions, please contact Simon Shepherd

SSDOO is responsible for the project management of selected missions and the development and operations of data and information systems which support processing, management, archiving and distribution of space physics, astrophysics, and planetary data.
Space Science Data Operations Office
NASA GSFC Code 630

Dr. James L. Green
, Chief

The Space Science Data Operations Office (SSDOO) is responsible for the project management of selected missions and the development and operations of data and information systems which support processing, management, archiving and distribution of space physics, astrophysics, and planetary data. SSDOO is part of the Space Sciences Directorate at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland U.S.A.
SSDOO staff - See Code 630 Staff Biographical Page
See also SSDOO Overview [PDF], SSDOO Strategic Plan (Overview) Visiting Committee
Organizational Structure (See Org. Chart
630 - Space Sciences Data Operations Office
James Green , Chief
Nancy Laubenthal
, Associate Chief
631 - Astrophysics Data Facility
Space Physics Data Facility
Robert McGuire , Head
National Space Science Data Center
Goddard Organizational Page Author: James L. Green (

53. Univ Of MN Space Plasma Physics Home Page
The space physics Research Group is Part of the University of Minnesota Physics Department. space physics News. Who s who in the space physics research group.
The Space Physics Research Group is Part of the
University of Minnesota Physics Department
Space Physics News
Meetings and Events

54. Section Of Astrophysics And Space Physics, Physics Dept, Univ. Of Crete
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55. UIowa Radio And Plasma Wave Group
We are one of several space physics research groups here in the department with a heritage including the very first successful US orbital space launch of

Welcome to the web home of the radio and plasma wave research group at The University of Iowa Department of Physics and Astronomy led by Professor Donald Gurnett . We are one of several space physics research groups here in the department with a heritage including the very first successful U.S. orbital space launch of Explorer 1 in January 1958 carrying Professor Van Allen 's cosmic ray experiment. Check out the space audio page presenting a variety of "sounds of space" collected by several of our spacecraft projects.
General Information
Current Spacecraft Projects
Past Spacecraft Projects
  • Injun 5
  • Small Scientific Satellite (SSS or S3) A
  • Hawkeye (at NSSDC
  • Dynamics Explorer (DE) 1
  • Plasma Diagnostic Package (PDP) (on STS-3 and SL-2)
  • Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracing Explorer (AMPTE)
  • Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite (CRRES)
Data System Projects
Other Web Resources

56. Space Physics - Umeå University
Summer course 2004 Space Science and Technology. The Department of space physics gives courses in both space technolgy and space physics.

57. Space Physics Authors/titles Recent Submissions
space physics. Authors and titles for recent submissions.
Space Physics
Authors and titles for recent submissions
  • Thu, 27 May 2004 Mon, 24 May 2004 Fri, 21 May 2004 Tue, 18 May 2004 ... Fri, 14 May 2004
  • Thu, 27 May 2004
    physics/0405138 abs ps pdf other
    Title: One-point statistics and intermittency of induced electric field in the solar wind
    Authors: Luca Sorriso-Valvo Vincenzo Carbone Roberto Bruno
    Comments: Accepted for publication on Europhysics Letters, April 22th, 2004
    Subj-class: Space Physics; Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability; Plasma Physics
    Mon, 24 May 2004
    gr-qc/0405100 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Efectos relativistas en los sistemas Galileo, GPS y GLONASS
    LaTeX, 12 pages, fully in spanish, Lecture given in ``Scientific Days 250 years of the Spanish Astronomy'', held at Real Observatorio de la Armada, R.O.A., San Fernando, Cadiz (Spain), 22-26 Sept 2003
    Subj-class: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology; Space Physics
    Fri, 21 May 2004
    physics/0405103 abs ps pdf other
    Title: Negative refraction in outer space?
    Authors: Tom G. Mackay Akhlesh Lakhtakia (2) ((1) University of Edinburgh, (2) Pennsylvania State University)
    Subj-class: Optics; Space Physics

    58. Astrophysics Division
    space physics Division. Division Head Richard Harrison. The space physics Division has an active research programme in solar physics


    Space Physics



    Space Physics Division
    Division Head: Richard Harrison The Space Physics Division has an active research programme in solar physics, solar-terrestrial physics, planetary and space plasma physics and astrophysics and both leads and collaborates in the development and operation of space instrumentation and missions. The Division collaborates with university groups, and with national and international partners, on research and project activities. See also: An introduction to solar terrestrial projects at RAL
    Research areas:
    Current projects include:
    • EISCAT - Incoherent scatter radars investigating the ionosphere POLAR - a satellite dedicated to studying the Earth's magnetosphere and aurorae SOHO/CDS - a satellite revealing the Sun's secrets Cluster - four satellites studying the wind from the Sun and the influence of the Earth's magnetic field ISO and IRAS - satellites which investigated the universe at infrared wavelengths Herschel Space Observatory/SPIRE instrument - a new project to study astronomical objects at infrared and submillimetre wavelengths Planck - a new project to study the cosmic microwave background

    59. Roger Smith
    Professor at the University of Alaska. Includes recent papers, and details on the GI space physics undergraduate intern program.
    Roger Smith's Home Page I am a professor of physics and associate director of the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks most of the time. At other times, I sing tenor in the Tanana Flats barbershop quartet, lead in the Greatland Sounds Barbershop Chorus and tenor in the University Community Presbyterian Church Choir. Isa Smith, my wife, is a fiber artist who can be found most Wednesdays and some other days working at Hands All Around. I am also a fan of historic cars, having two of my own. They are both in need of restoration, but the 1936 Riley Kestrel runs well enough to drive around town. My 1967 Morris Traveller is waiting until its owner retires and has more time to devote to it. My research interest is the study of the dynamics of the high latitude upper atmosphere and also the high latitude aurora. You can look at some of my recent research work at item 1 below. I also run a summer intern program for undergraduates funded by the National Science Foundation . More information can be found about that at item 2 below. Recent papers which are in preparation or have been submitted to journals.

    60. Space Science Web Pages
    SPACE SCIENCE WEB PAGES. Here are some links related to space physics. NASA space physics Data System (SPDS); National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC)
    Here are some links related to space physics. If you know of "good" sites that we should have a direct link to, send a suggestion to
    Space Agency and Government Resources
    Professional Organizations and Journals
    Universities and Research Labs

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