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A Design 4 a Ticket

Since 2006, each European Space Weather Week had a theme picture. For ESWW14, you will have the opportunity to design it.  It's worth the effort!

Breaking news

About the 14th European Space Weather Week.

Where will it be held? What if I miss the deadline of May 31? Can I still submit a Topical Discussion Meeting? Since this is not a quiz you can click directly to the answers.

Space Weather Medals

Who will win the 2017 International Space Weather Medals? Nominate your candidates. 

CHARMing!

The annual CHARM meeting took place at the ROB on 10 March.

14th European Space Weather Week

The ESWW14 committee released a list of potential session topics. Also, the ESWW14 will be co-located with the 9th European CubeSat Symposium.

Topical Issue for the SWSC Journal

The SWSC has opened the topical issue "Space weather effects on GNSS and their mitigation".

Nelson, 12y asks 'How does the house of the ISS look like?'

How does the floor plan of the International Space Station looks like? Where is the bathroom, toilet, bedroom, gym, …? Are they connected with corridors? Is there a first floor, second floor, third floor?

ESWW14 - call for sessions

Also for the 14th edition of the European Space Weather Week, the input of the broad space weather community is rated as 'highly valuable and recommended'.

Three Topical Issues for the SWSC Journal

Benefiting from the highly successful ESWW13, the open-access Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (SWSC) has opened three topical issues (TI), as listed underneath. Questions regarding these topical issues are to be addressed to the respective topical editors-in-chief. For questions concerning the submission process, please contact the Editorial Office.

The Sun in 2016

SWAP, the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) telescope aboard ESA's PROBA2 solar satellite, has been observing the Sun on a daily basis in 2016. The folks from the Proba2 Science Centre have made a collage by combining an image for each day into a single poster. The impressive result and some additional explanations are at ESA's Space in Images.

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