Space physics research at the University of Minnesota includes a wide variety of theoretical and experimental projects. University of Minnesota faculty, researchers and students are active participants in the ISTP (International Solar-Terrestrial Physics) Science Initiative. The ISTP is a collaborative effort by NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of Japan to investigate the Earth-Sun space environment over an extended period of time. University of Minnesota Professor Cynthia Cattell is the Project Leader of the International Auroral Study(IAS), a collaborative effort to study the northern and southern aurora using simultaneous observations by various spacecraft and ground stations.

Go to the description of space physics research at the
University of Minnesota Physics Department Homepage or follow the links below to learn more about University of Minnesota involvement in space physics research.



Satellites


Other projects


Collaborations


Theory and Simulations


History of Space Physics at the U of M


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[Education] [Aurora]
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Last Updated: 21 Mar 1996