What Is Geospace?|
Earth's Neighborhood in Space
Highly detailed and full of history, this site is really a stand-alone course
in geospace, magnetism, and space research, but is also good for
browsing and background knowledge of Earth's place in space.
Skylab: Space Physics (articles in Spanish)
Space Weather: A Research Perspective
Do you want to know what space weather is? what's between
the Sun and the Earth? how to predict space weather? what
space weather does to the Earth? Try this informational site
from the National Academy of Sciences.
Storms from the Sun
An Online Poster from ISTP
A Beginner's Guide to the Earth's Magnetosphere
Conceptions of the magnetosphere, reconnection, and substorms
are covered in this article (and glossary) by Stanley W. H.
Cowley; lots of information with black and white drawings.
A Primer on the Space Environment
Developed by the NOAA Space Environment center, this well-illustrated
page discusses some common solar features, along with the effects
solar activity has on Earth.
A few pages by Dr. James L. Green of NASA's Goddard Space
Flight Center that deal with Earth's magnetosphere and its
effects on our home planet.
An Introduction to the Sun-Earth Environment
This short page from the Inter-Agency Consultative Group
introduces the idea of Geospace through descriptions of the
solar wind and Earth's magnetosphere.
Brought to you by the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Program and NASA.