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As always, please send in your space weather news and announcements.
 Japanese Government scholarships are available for students and professionals residing in emerging nations (read it)
 AGS Newsletter- Vol.3 No. 08 27 August 2020 (read it)
 African Workshop on GNSS and Space Weather, CRASTE-LF, 5-6 October 2020, Rabat, Morocco
 "A Solar Forecast With Good News for Civilization as We Know It" Kenneth Chang, 15 Sept 2020, The New York Times. (read it)
 Japanese Government scholarships
Note that various conditions apply. If you are interested, you must go through the JICA office in your country. Please forward to a suitable candidate whom you might know.
Note: The ABE Scholarships are only for professionals in Africa.
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 AGS Newsletter Vol.3 No.08 27 August 2020
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 African Workshop on GNSS and Space Weather, CRASTE-LF, 5÷6 October 2020, Rabat, Morocco
Please note that the African Workshop on GNSS and Space Weather
will be held online on
5 and 6 October 2020. The Workshop is co-organized by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) , the Institute for Scientific Research of Boston College, the International Committee on GNSS (ICG) and the United Nations affiliated African Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education - in French language (CRASTE-LF).
Detailed information is available at the ICTP website: HERE
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 "A Solar Forecast With Good News for Civilization as We Know It"
by Kenneth Chang,
15 Sept 2020, The New York Times
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