Selection of space weather links

Space weather is understood here as space plasma related phenomena occurring due to the interaction between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field. A well-known example of space weather events are auroras. A specific aim of this study is to analyze space weather effects on spacecraft. However, the following link collections provide a more general view. Because of the huge number of possible WWW pages, interest is focused here on operational pages, i.e. forecasting aspect should be underlined. Concerning "purely" scientific servers on ionospheric and magnetospheric physics, we have focused emphasis on European sites.

Some of the following items should be available on pages listed here:

This page belongs to the output of the ESTEC contract 11974/96/NL/JG(SC):
"Study of Plasma and Energetic Electron Environment and Effects"

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17.10. 2003 - Ari Viljanen (email: