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 Abstract submissions are open for the 2022 Cospar Scientific Assembly
(16-24 July 2022, Athens, Greece) (read it)
 i4s – First Iberian Space Science Summer School Report; (read it)
 AGS 2021 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE (read it)
 AGS Newsletter ---- Vol.4 No. 09; 05 October 2021 (read it)
 CubeSats to study Earth's magnetosphere and exoplanets launch with Landsat 9 (read it)
 Abstract submissions are open for the 2022 COSPAR Scientific Assembly
The deadline for the abstract submission is 11 February 2022.
In particular, we want to highlight the scientific event C1.3: *MAGNETOSPHERE-IONOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE COUPLING DYNAMICS AT DIFFERENT TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SCALES.*
The description of the section is:
LEO satellites provide global view of near-Earth plasma, electromagnetic field, and particlesenvironment. Their measurements are complementary to ground-based observations providing great spatial coverage.
The AMPERE project and the contribution of the Swarm data into Space Weather program are examples of this approach. Ionospheric measurements availability has been recently increased by the CSES mission. Even if conceived for the monitoring of lithosphere-ionosphere coupling, CSES provides a complete set of instruments for Space Weather studies. On the other hand, the Sun-Earth interactions have to be carefully evaluated for analysis of anomalies induced into the near-Earth space by earthquakes. A multi-instrumental approach, using both ground-based and LEO satellites measurements, can help in clarifying the lithosphere -ionosphere coupling mechanism sassociated to earthquakes.
This session aims to collect contributions to the analysis of satellites/ground-based data and to the improvement of magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere coupling model related to both space weather and natural hazard.
Submitted by Dr. M. Piersanti, PhD
 i4s – First Iberian Space Science Summer School Report
by Anna Morozova, Teresa Barata, Antonio Guerrero, Rui Pinto
Submitted by Anna Morozova, PhD
 AGS 2021 VIRTUAL CONFERENCEDear Professor Maeda,
I trust you are doing great and keeping safe. This is to request your assistance in publicizing our upcoming AGS 2021 Virtual Conference via the ISWI and other mailing lists.
Please, we would be glad if you could also encourage your students
to register and submit abstracts at:
http://www.afgps.org/registration We are working towards publishing full papers from the Conference in Advances in Space Research (Elsevier Journal, IF 2.15).
The deadline is 5th October and Registration is free.
Submitted by Andrew Akala , PhD
 AGS Newsletter ---- Vol.4 No. 09; 05 October 2021
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Submitted by Aderonke Obafaye, PhD
 CubeSats to study Earth's magnetosphere and exoplanets launch with Landsat 9
By Elizabeth Howell, Space.com 01 Oct 2021.
"Two cubesats designed to study the Earth's magnetic field and to look for exoplanets around nearby stars rode to space on Monday (Sept. 27) with NASA's new Landsat 9 Earth observation mission.
The two little satellites called CuPID (for Cusp Plasma Imaging Detector) and CUTE (for Colorado Ultraviolet Transit Experiment), carpooled with the 3-ton Landsat 9 to space, taking advantage of excess room available atop an Atlas V rocket provided by United Launch Alliance. This arrangement makes it relatively cheap for the cubesats to access space, since Landsat 9 was already booked on the rocket and there was enough fuel to spare for extra passengers.
CuPID is the first spacecraft ever fitted with a wide field-of-view soft X-ray camera designed to detect lower-energy X-rays. These X-rays are generated during a phenomenon known as magnetic reconnection, which occurs when two magnetic fields, such as that of Earth and the sun, encounter each other."
For the rest, go to this site: SPACE.COM
Submitted by George Maeda, PhD