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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 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.

ASGARD: balloons for science

School kids propose and develop experiments that are then launched into the stratosphere with a weather balloon from the RMI.

Two Topical Issues for the SWSC Journal

The SWSC Journal has opened a Topical Issue on "Planetary Space Weather" and another on "System Science: Application to Space Weather Analysis, Modelling, and Forecasting".

A new reference solar spectrum

BIRA-IASB announced a new reference solar spectrum based on SOLAR/SOLSPEC observations on board the International Space Station.


The SIDC team is pleased to announce a new release for STAFF, a solar timeline viewer.

PROBA2: Eighth Call for Guest Investigators

The PROBA2 team welcomes research proposals for the eighth round of its Guest Investigator program for research based on SWAP and LYRA data analysis by scientists outside the SWAP and LYRA PI-teams.



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