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THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE SCIENCE INSTITUTE (ISSI) - AN INTERVIEW WITH ROGER M. BONNET

  • ANDRÉ HECK
Part of the ASTROPHYSICS AND SPACE SCIENCE LIBRARY book series (ASSL, volume 343)

Abstract

In this interview, Roger M. Bonnet1 recalls the history and describes the activities of the “International Space Science Institute” (ISSI2) founded in 1995 and devoted to achieving a deeper understanding from space research missions, ground-based observations and laboratory experiments.

Keywords

European Space Agency Solar Energetic Particle Terrestrial Planet Solar Energetic Particle Event International Team 
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References

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    Geiss, J. & Hultqvist, B. (Eds.) 2005, The Solar System and Beyond - Ten Years of ISSI, ISSI Scientific Report SR-003, ISSI/ESA, Bern/Noordwijk, vi + 256 pp. (ISSN 1608–280x)Google Scholar
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    ISSI 2004, International Space Science Institute Annual Report 2003–2004, Bern, 52 pp.Google Scholar
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    ISSI 2005, International Space Science Institute Annual Report 2004–2005, Bern, 52 pp.Google Scholar
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© Springer 2007

Authors and Affiliations

  • ANDRÉ HECK
    • 1
  1. 1.Strasbourg Astronomical ObservatoryFrance

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