Space Science Reviews

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+++ Stay informed with Journal Alerts +++ As an international key journal on scientific space research, its purpose is to provide a comprehensive synthesis of the various branches of the subject. The emphasis is on scientific results and instruments in the fields of astrophysics, physics of planetary systems, solar physics, and physics of magnetospheres & interplanetary matter. Space Science Reviews publishes review articles and topical collections led by expert guest editors. Commonly used title abbreviations: SSRv, Space Sci. Rev. Established in 1962 Synthesizes contemporary space research Wide-ranging coverage includes astrophysics, physics of planetary systems, solar physics, and physics of magnetospheres and interplanetary matter Publishes reviews articles and topical collections It has an SJR impact factor of 2,485.

Space Science Reviews focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: current, solar, studies, sun’s, sheet’s, sunskirters, systemnanoflares, talethe, sungrazers, wind, ...

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current, solar, studies, sun’s, sheet’s, sunskirters, systemnanoflares, talethe, sungrazers, wind, flux, transport, fields, cosmic, clouds, sheet, polar, science, evolution, elements, effects, dissipationsurface, cometsnew, climatepulsar, ringsabundances, progress, planetary, physical, pevatrons, nebulae, nearsun,

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What Might GRACE Contribute to Studies of Post Glacial Rebound?

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Possible Future Use of Laser Gravity Gradiometers

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Space-Wise, Time-Wise, Torus and Rosborough Representations in Gravity Field Modelling

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II: SOLID EARTH PHYSICS: Long Wavelength Sea Level and Solid Surface Perturbations Driven by Polar Ice Mass Variations: Fingerprinting Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheet Flux

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Selected Problems in Collisionless-Shock Physics

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