Introduction to the special issue on history development of solar terrestrial sciences including auroral substorms

@inproceedings{Balan2016IntroductionTT,
  title={Introduction to the special issue on history development of solar terrestrial sciences including auroral substorms},
  author={Nanan Balan and Gregory L Parks and Leif Svalgaard and Yuki Kamide and Tsz-Wai Lui},
  year={2016}
}
Solar terrestrial (ST) sciences started centuries ago and branched into different disciplines. Starting with naked eye to highly sophisticated novel experimental techniques, observations have revealed the secrets of the Sun, heliosphere, magnetosphere, plasmasphere, and ionosphere-atmosphere components of the ST system. Theories and theoretical models have been developed for the different components independently and together. World-wide efforts under different umbrella are being persuaded to… CONTINUE READING

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