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DIVISION II: SUN AND HELIOSPHERE

  • Donald B. Melrose, Valentin Martínez Pillet, David F. Webb, Lidia van Driel-Gesztelyi, Jean-Louis Bougeret, James A. Klimchuk, Alexander Kosovichev and Rudolf von Steiger...

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Division II of the IAU provides a forum for astronomers and astrophysicists studying a wide range of phenomena related to the structure, radiation and activity of the Sun, and its interaction with the Earth and the rest of the solar system. Division II encompasses three Commissions, 10, 12 and 49, and four Working Groups.

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DIVISION II: SUN AND HELIOSPHERE

  • Donald B. Melrose, Valentin Martínez Pillet, David F. Webb, Lidia van Driel-Gesztelyi, Jean-Louis Bougeret, James A. Klimchuk, Alexander Kosovichev and Rudolf von Steiger...

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