Ten years of JSWSC

The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) was established as an open access journal at the end of 2010 and is celebrating a successful first decade. The journal has come a long way since its inception, and holds a special place at the heart of the space weather community. Indeed, JSWSC emerged from a European space weather community effort, and the Editorial Board was soon expanded to include experts also from other continents. It consists, currently, of 24 Associate Editors whose expertise covers all aspects of the discipline. It is published by EDP Sciences in an electronic online version only. It benefits from strong support by the Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (STCE) in Brussels, Belgium. The impact factor has been rising almost continuously, reaching a 2019 2-year IF of 3.095 and a 5-year IF of 2.981 (Clarivate Analytics JCR). With recent innovative accomplishments such as the creation of the AGORA section, the journal can confidently engage its 2nd decade.

More information on JSWSC, highlighting some relevant papers, space weather domains, and completed milestones, can be found in a dedicated webpage.





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