Exploring the solar system boundary

  title={Exploring the solar system boundary},
  author={Weiren Wu and Dengyun Yu and Jiangchuan Huang and Qiugang Zong and Chi Wang and Guobin Yu and Rongwei He and Qifeng Wang and Yan Kang and Linzhi Meng and Ke Wu and Jiansen He and Hui Li},
  journal={SCIENTIA SINICA Informationis},
This paper reviews the worldwide development course and current status of heliospheric boundary exploration. On the basis of the development trends revealed recently, we illustrate the four categories of scientific objectives of the solar system boundary exploration and propose some formulations for the overall objectives, phased goals, and short-term missions of Chinas explorations of the solar system boundary in the future. Additionally, we summarize six types of key techniques that may help… 
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