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The University of Iowa

Dr. Craig Kletzing

Projects

RBSP

The Radiation Belt Storm Probes is a twin spacecraft mission to understand the point of predictability, how populations of relativistic ions and electrons in space form or change in response to the variable inputs of energy from the Sun. The mission will enable predications of space weather and its effects for the benefit of society and space explorers.

The Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite with Integrated Science (EMFISIS) on the Radiation Belt Storm Probes, abstract #SM33A-0332, from the American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2006

NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes prepare for new space weather mission. Articl written by Dr.Geoffrey D. Reeves, with the Space Science and Applications Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory, about the project.

 

Sounding Rockets

ACES

CHARM

CHARM-2

HIBAR

RACE

TRICE

CAPER

TRICE2

 

MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) mission is a Solar-Terrestrial Probe mission comprising four identically instrumented spacecraft that will use Earth's magnetosphere as a laboratory to study the microphysics of three fundamental plasma processes: magnetic reconnection, energetic particle acceleration, and turbulence.