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Scientific results about space physics in the solar system and obtained from space missions are presented, concentrating on observations from the past decade. After giving the most exhaustive possible list of missions having journeyed in the solar system these past twenty years, the paper presents new insights gathered on the solar wind focusing in particular on results obtained with SOHO, STEREO, ACE and Wind. Then, new results are also presented regarding the terrestrial space environment focusing specifically on data gathered by Cluster, Polar, THEMIS, GEOTAIL and Double Star.
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