International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Science Initiative

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The International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Science Initiative is an international research collaboration between NASA, the ESA, and ISAS. Its goal is to study phenomena related to the Sun, solar wind and its effects on Earth.[1]

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  1. ^ Acu�a, Mario H.; Keith W. Ogilvie; Robert A. Hoffman; Donald H. Fairfield; Steven A. Curtis; James L. Green; William H. Mish; the GGS Science Teams (1997-05-01). "The GGS Program". ISTP-GGS/SOLARMAX Proposal. Goddard Space Flight Center. Retrieved 2007-12-03. 

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