A Perspective of the Science and Mission Challenges in Aeronomy
- Spann, James F.
- December 12, 2010.
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- There are significant fundamental problems for which aeronomy can provide solutions and a critical role in applied science and space weather that only aeronomy can address. Examples of unresolved problems include the interaction of neutral and charged, the role of mass and energy transfer across Earth's interface with space, and the predictability of ionospheric density and composition variability. These and other problems impact the productivity of space assets and thus have a tangible applied dimension. This talk will explore open science problems and barriers to potential mission solutions in an era of constrained resources.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 20110007281.
2010 Fall AGU Meeting; 12-17 Dec. 2010; San Francisco, CA; United States.
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