- AGU/SPA Home Page
- Most space science research in the US is reported in
the journals and at the meetings of the American Geophysical Union in the Space Physics and
Aeronomy section. This home page links to information about the AGU/SPA, journals in
the field, meetings, education and outreach and the people and institutions involved.
AGU provides a helpful resources
page for AGU authors.
- IJW/IOPW Home Page
- The International Jupiter Watch was founded in 1984 to
encourage and coordiniate the study of time variation in the Jovian system. This page provides links
to the efforts of the various disciplines working groups of the IJW.
- The 2nd IACG Campaign
- The Inter Agency Consultation Group has established three
campaigns to foster collaborative studies of solar terrestrial and heliosphere processes with the spacecraft
associated with the ISTP program. The second of three campaigns concerns "Boundaries in Collisionless Plasmas."
- National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Much of the funding for basic research in space physics come from
either NASA or the National Science Foundation. Information about the NSF and its grants program can be found
at the site.
- NSF/GEM Home Page
- The space physics research at NSF is covered by the Division of
Atmospheric Science of the Geosciences directorate. Much of the research in the area is coordinated by
a program called the Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) program. The page provides links to the activites of this
- NASA Home Page
- Since space physics research frequently requires in situ
investigation with satellites, NASA is a major player in the activities. This site provides
access to the information about all of NASA's programs and includes a link to its
proposal processing site and its
research solicitations site.
- ESA Space Science Department Home Page
- One of the six divisions of this department
Solar System Division provides project
support activities to all ESA solar system missions including solar physics,
space physics and planetary physics.
- NSSDC Home Page
- The National Space Science Data Center is the repository of much of the information gathered
by the space exploration program. This link provides access to NSDC's services.
- Space Science Information Systems
- This page provides a directory of resources of interest to the planetary
and space physics community. It is maintained by T. King.
- Satellite Situation Center
- Provides trajectory information for space physics missions. Locator
Graphics provides plots for user defined intervals.
- ACE Science Center
- ACE was launched into a L-1 orbit on August
25, 1997. This center provides Level 2 science data on the solar wind, IMF and energetic