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A new Topical Issue for the SWSC Journal

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) has opened a new Topical Issue entitled "Space climate: The past and future of solar activity".

Agora: a new supplement for JSWSC

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate announces the launch of a new supplement titled "Agora". The Agora will be the place for the space weather community to discuss, evaluate and distribute non-traditional scientific output in the field of space science and space climate.

Topical Collection for Solar Physics: "Ten Years of Solar Observations with PROBA2"

We solicit manuscripts on this general subject for inclusion in a Topical Collection of the journal Solar Physics. The deadline for submission of statements of interest is 13 September 2019; and the deadline for manuscript submission is 2 November 2019.

Cosmic Rays - how to handle them

Cosmic rays and energetic particles are an issue for humans in high altitude polar flights, humans travelling in space, space technology, radio communication near the Earth poles and more. No need to say that these particles need our attention.

A new Topical Issue for the SWSC Journal

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) has opened a new Topical Issue entitled "Scientific Advances from the European Commission Horizon 2020 projects on Space Weather".

A new Topical Issue for the SWSC Journal

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) has opened a new topical issue on "Space Weather research in the Digital Age and across the full data lifecycle".

ESCAPE - Taming the data beast

ROB is participating in ESCAPE, a huge international project supported by the European Commission. The name ESCAPE was chosen because it aims to let data and research fly out from their confinement.

Open Doors 2018: an impression

A few pictures capturing the STCE activities during the Open Doors 2018.

Counting down to the Open Doors

On 29 and 30 September, the Space Pole will open its gates to the public.

ROB has a field trip!

The personnel of the Royal Observatory visited its research facilities in the caves of Rochefort/Lorette and at the observatory of Humain.

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