Researchers at Nagoya University and the National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, successfully profiled passage of a magnetic cloud within a mass ejection event from the Sun. This success in the accurate simulation of a magnetic flux rope’s arrival on Earth provides vital improvements for real-time forecasting of space weather events.
Scott Kelly’s Year in Space
You think gravity wears you down? Try 12 months without it.
Looking Back from Apollo 11
The NEREUS Network: Bringing the Benefits of Space Uses to Regions and Citizens
NEREUS brings the benefits of space technologies to Europe’s citizens and regions. It serves as an advocate for regional concerns on the utilization of space technologies and is a dynamic platform to facilitate the involvement of its members in European Union-funded projects and activities.