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Pages 2 - 4: The paper itself (three pages in length). This first paragraph goes like this: The effects of solar activities and space weather phenomena on daily lives, environment, and space systems are becoming more apparent, and the need to collaborate and cooperate with the international community to reach a greater understanding of these consequences is urgent. Strong solar storms can knock out power, disable satellites, and scramble GPS. To that effect, in 2003, NASA's Sun-Earth Connection Division led an initiative known as the “International Living With a Star“ (ILWS) consisting of more than 25 of the world's most technologically advanced space agencies to contribute towards the scientific goal for understanding Space Weather through observations made in space [Withbroe et al., 2005].
(1) Madhulika Guhathakurta, Joseph M. Davila, and Nat Gopalswamy The International SpaceWeather Initiative (ISWI), SPACE WEATHER, VOL. 11, 1–3, doi:10.1002/swe.20048, 2013
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